Virginia is a romantic getaway. The towering Appalachian mountains on the west give way to lush green farmland. Ivory-white beaches run alongside the vibrant Atlantic coastline in the east. Plus, it is one of the 13 original colonies of the United States.

Consequently, history abounds in every corner of the state. Moreover, travel lovers, adventure seekers, nature-holics and everyone in between can have a wonderful time here. Appalachian culture rules in the rural highlands of southwest Virginia.

At the tip of the state is the extremely populated metropolitan region. However, the high skyscrapers turn to into the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest. The capital city, Richmond, is in the central region of the state. Further east is the busy tourist hub, Virginia Beach.

Things To Do In Virginia

The Nature Bridge, Peaks of Otter, and Crab Tree Falls reflect the unparalleled beauty of Virginia. If you enjoy hiking, then you must visit the Peaks of Otter.

Golf is a favorite outdoor game in Virginia. There are top-notch golf courses designed by famous architects. The County Club of Virginia, Magnolia Green Golf Club (formerly known as Westham Golf Club), and Hunting Hawk Golf Club are the prominent courses.

The citizens of the state celebrate and adore the locally-grown produce. You can participate in the revelries of Highland County Maple Festival and taste a truly ‘fresh’ breakfast on the other side of the state in Surry County.

Breweries are an intricate part of the culture in the state. You can take a tour of the popular Brew Ridge Trail. While you are there, watch the process while sipping some refreshing beer. Apart from breweries, wine trails spread throughout the foothills of the Appalachia Mountains. Furthermore, many wine festivals occur which include grape stomping, music, shopping, tasting, food, and art.

For a day of family fun, there are amusement parks like WaterWorks and Kings Dominion. Plan a trip between the cities of Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown. You will enjoy digging into the living history of the original colonies of the U.S.

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