Virginia Beach Uncovered: Your Travel Guide

Hey there, beach lovers!

If you're planning a trip to Virginia, you've got to check out Virginia Beach. It's got everything you need for a perfect beach vacation - sandy shores, delicious seafood, and fun attractions. But there's so much more to Virginia Beach than just the beach! Here's what you need to know to plan your trip.

Getting There If you're flying in, the closest airport is Norfolk International Airport. You can either rent a car or grab a taxi to get to the beach. If you're on a budget, take the Hampton Roads Transit (HRT) bus from the airport straight to Virginia Beach. If you're driving, just take I-64 or I-264 to get there.

Where to Stay When it comes to where to stay in Virginia Beach, you've got plenty of options to choose from! If you want to be right on the beach, the Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront or Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel are popular choices. But if you're up for something more unique and further inland, don't miss out on The Historic Cavalier and Beach Club or the Founder's Inn and Spa. And for those looking for a more budget-friendly stay, there are plenty of independent hotels and vacation rentals just a few blocks away from the beach. So, take your time and find the perfect spot to rest your head between all the beach fun.

What to Do The main attraction of Virginia Beach is obviously the beach itself. You can swim, sunbathe, and surf to your heart's content. But there's more to Virginia Beach than just the beach! Check out the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center to learn about the marine life in the area. Or head to the Military Aviation Museum to see historic planes from World War I and II. If you're into history, visit the Cape Henry Lighthouse, which is the oldest lighthouse in Virginia. Virginia Beach also has plenty of shopping, festivals, fishing, breweries, and farmers' markets to check out as well. Just to name a few.

Where to Eat You can't go to Virginia Beach without trying some of its famous seafood. For oceanfront dining and fresh seafood, head to Waterman's Surfside Grille. But if you want something more casual, check out Dockside Seafood & Fishing Center, where you can watch the boats come in while you chow down. Orion's Roof is also a good option for a rooftop view of the ocean. Looking for a great spot to brunch, check out Bay Local Eatery, The Bee and The Biscuit, The Egg Bistro, and many more!

Virginia Beach is a great destination for anyone looking for a beach vacation. Get your toes in the sand, your stomach full of seafood, and your mind full of great memories. Start planning your trip now and get ready to have a blast!

That's a wrap on our guide to Virginia Beach! Hopefully, you're already packing your bags and ready to hit the beach. But, if you're still not sure about something or want more recommendations, don't be shy - I'm here to help! Shoot me a message and let's chat. Trust me; you don't want to miss out on all the fun in Virginia Beach.

Shanteé Sharps, Real Estate Agent, REALTOR®, MRP
(757) 589-8632

The Bryant Group Real Estate Professionals
1777 London Bridge Rd. #102
Virginia Beach, VA 23453

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