Virginia Weekend Getaways
On your weekend getaway in Virginia, you can visit the major cities of Norfolk and Richmond or stay in cities and towns like Charlottesville, Staunton, Harrisonburg or Winchester. Although they may not be big cosmopolitan hubs they offer lots of charm and hospitailty to their visitors. Around every corner in Virginia you'lle find divine little towns which are rich in their own unique American history. Take a weekend, pick a town, explore and enjoy.
Secluded Virginia weekend travel for two just a short drive away!
If you happen to live in Virginia, traveling to a small and secluded
place is easy. Lodging rates in small hidden towns like Harrisonburg,
Woodbridge, Big Stone Gap or Norfolk can be much less expensive. Many of the
smaller towns in Virginia offer great little B&B's or cabin
making a quick weekend escape easy and inexpensive. There are always
quaint little shops to explore as well as great home cooking at
local restaurants. Above all, small towns can offer real quiet and
seclusion for a perfect romantic weekend getaway.
Vivacious Virginia Cities
Vintage Virginia Towns
Big Stone Gap
A Virginia Romantic Weekend Getaway right under your nose?
If you live in or near a Virginia major metropolitan area like Charlottesville,
Arlington, Roanoke or Richmond, there are many great deals and weekend
getaway opportunities at your own back door. There are world class resorts in
these great cities that offer tremedous savings during the travel off seasons. Many resorts
and spas offer packages designed to entice locals to come and
explore the pampering they offer. Although you aren't going far
from home, the right resort or hotel can make you feel as if you
are another world away. Additionally there are some extraordinary attractions perfect to discover on a weekend like Charlottesville Historic District, Appalachian Trail, Skyline Drive, Skyline Caverns, Luray Caverns, and Shenandoah River.
Virginia Weekend Getaway - Jet Away!
Hop a flight to see Appalachian Trail or Skyline Drive or attend Staunton Music Festival Summer Season in August
or Chincoteague Blueberry Festival in July. Just because it's a weekend doesn't mean it won't be
memorable. The important thing to remember when considering far
away romantic travel with only a weekend to spare is to find something
specific you especially want to experience while you're there. Consider
checking out some of the great Virginia events like Virginia Festival of the Book in Charlottesville in March or Seafood Festival in Chincoteague in May.
A weekend is definitely not enough time to explore all of Virginia,
but what could be more romantic than hopping a short flight to have
a romantic dinner and see a show on Saturday in Charlottesville, and then
enjoy brunch Sunday morning and heading home. Maybe a wonderful
Staunton resort offers a great weekend spa package for two, giving
you just enough time to relax, unwind and connect with one another.
The best thing about weekend getaways is they help give us great
ideas for future travel destinations. Imagine when you're coworkers
ask you "So what did you do this weekend?" you can say
"Well, on Saturday I had lunch... in Charlottesville."
For additional Virginia weekend getaway travel information including
other attractions, accommodations, and popular local events, you
can contact the Virginia Tourism Corporation at 901 East Byrd Street, Richmond, VA 23219 Telephone: 804-786-4484 or 800-248-4833.