Welcome to North Carolina – First in Flight

Visit North Carolina

As the state’s official travel and tourism website, we have everything you need to plan your next trip, weekend getaway or family vacation. Here you’ll find trip-planning ideassuggested itinerarieseventsoffers and stories about the sights, tastes and experiences unique to our state.

Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, mountains or beaches, the rhythm of city life or the tranquility of nature, you’ll find it all in North Carolina.

Take a look around. Get inspired. We hope to see you soon.

– Source: VisitNC.com

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Virginia is for Lovers

Welcome to Virginia

Are you a long-time admirer of Virginia or is this your first rendezvous? Either way, you’ll surely enjoy seeing first-hand all the ways love lives in Virginia.

Wash the world away on pristine Eastern Shore beaches, or play hard with Virginia Beach’s nightlife.

Liven things up at our theme parks, waterparks, wildlife adventures, and hands-on historical fun every day of the week.

Mile-high Mount Rogers induces paramount exhilaration, as does our 540 miles of Appalachian Trail. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive offer some of the most spectacular views in the world.

The world celebrated the 400th anniversary of Jamestown in 2007, but every year is a celebration of Virginia’s beautiful mosaic heritage.

From world-class performers at Wolf Trap in Vienna to the famed Carter Family Fold in the Heart of Appalachia, Virginia crackles with live music.

Virginia is also the Gateway to the South. Located midway between New York and Florida, Virginia is the gateway to the South. It is also sometimes classified in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Commonwealth is bordered by Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital, and Maryland to the north; the Atlantic Ocean to the east; North Carolina and Tennessee to the south; and West Virginia and Kentucky to the west.

Quick Fact – “Virginia is for Lovers” has become a much-imitated part of the national language, even in other states’ travel promotions. The “I (heart) New York” slogan, for example, appeared later in the mid-’70s.  

– Source: Virginia.org

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