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About Virginia

The Commonwealth of Virginia spans across two regions of the United States: the Southeast and Mi-Atlantic. This state is situated in the middle of the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains. The prominent geographical points of Virginia are the Chesapeake Bay and the Blue Ridge Mountains. These areas have a great influence on the climate of the state and there is a great diversity in plants and animals in these parts of Virginia. The state capital is Richmond but this area has a long pre-colonial history with groups such as the Powhatan dominating the settlements here. Virginia is historically significant as it was the first colony in the New World that was established by the British on a permanent basis. The London Company belonging to the British Empire was responsible for setting the foundation here in 1607. This is why the Commonwealth of Virginia earned the nickname the Old Dominion. The colonial economy of this town was shaped by slave labor on the plantations of the white owners and the people actively participated in the American Revolution. They took the side of the Confederates during the American Civil War and chose to be part of the Union resulting in the formation of West Virginia. The state of Virginia is unique in many ways including its equal administration of counties and cities. The maintenance and constructions of local roads is also performed according to the state law. The governors of Virginia are not allowed to serve consecutive terms and the General Assembly is the oldest legal body in the United States that has served continuously. There are a number of industries supporting the economy of this state depending on the strengths of that region. The Shenandoah Valley is known for its advancement in agriculture while many areas are famous for wine making. The state government takes its economical benefits seriously going as far as forbidding the production of Smithfield ham outside the town of Smithfield. Virginia retains the main elements of interior décor and architecture that was prevalent in the colonial era. The Neoclassical style, in particular, is popular for the designing of state buildings. Federal agencies including the Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Department of Defense have their headquarters here.               

Vacation rentals in Virginia

While there are plenty of hotels in the state, the real charm may be found in the vacation rentals in Virginia especially in the rural areas. You will be treated to the famous Southern hospitality by your hosts whom you may connect with through the website of CuddlyNest. Use our search filter to go through the listings available for houses, apartments and more.  

Tourist attractions in Virginia

There is a lot of history in the cities and towns of this state related to the colonial and pre-colonial eras of America. Make sure to see all the historical sites of Virginia as you move through this commonwealth. In addition, there are a number of beautiful parks dedicated to the preservation of native flora and fauna. There are biking and hiking trails to enjoy in pleasant weather. Enjoy spending hours on the gorgeous beaches with your friends and family.   

Old Town Alexandria

The Old Town Alexandria is located in the Historic District of Virginia and has great importance in American history. This is where George Washington grew up and today you may even visit Gadsby’s Tavern which was his favorite pub in this area. The layout of this district is still the same with its cobblestoned street and traditional houses. You will be able to visit many old art galleries, stores selling antiquities and the childhood home of General Robert E. Lee. The Market Square forms the heart of this district and has been active since 1753. In the old days, it used to be the most prominent slave market in the country   

Virginia Beach

The coast of this state provides ample recreational opportunities related to water with three sandy beaches extending nearly 14miles. There are some lovely sheltered coves in this area as well. Some of them are more crowded than others and each beach has its unique character. The boardwalk stretches for 3miles and is popular among skaters and those who love cycling. Besides boat tours and water sports, you may go kayaking or golfing nearby. Families with children may spend a great time at the amusement parks surrounding Virginia Beach.    

Williamsburg

If you are a fan of the colonial era then you cannot miss the chance to learn more about the history and culture of that time in Williamsburg. In fact, this city was the capital of the Virginian colony from 1699 to 1780. Nowadays, tourism is thriving in Williamsburg and Jamestown because they are like open-air museums you may walkthrough while travelling in Virginia. You will be able to see the restored colonial buildings up close and take guided tours if you wish. Williamsburg was established as a fortified town between James River and York River in 1632.

Shenandoah National Park

Most of the famous Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia are included in the Shenandoah National Park. It also comprises of the Piedmont Hills and the Shenandoah River that flows through its boundaries. The Skyline Drive, stretching nearly 105miles, allows you to travel the entirety of this park. You are treated to some truly spectacular views on this road that offers 75 lookout posts to admire the beautiful landscape. There are camping grounds where you may setup your tent and lovely waterfalls to click photos of.       

Abingdon

This town is officially a National Historic Landmark of the United Stated which means that all of its territory is filled with spots that are important in American history. The Yeary Cabin is a humble Appalachian house datng back to the middle of the 20th century while more houses are located in the Fields-Penn 1860 House Museum. There are centuries old graveyards in Abingdon such as The Sinking Spring Cemetery. Visit the Barbar Theater or try one of the local trails.     

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