Central and Western Virginia Travel Guide


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Plan Your Central and Western Virginia Vacation

The fertile hills of the Shenandoah Valley reminded Colonial settlers from Germany, Ireland, and Britain of the homelands they left behind. They brought an agrarian lifestyle and Protestant beliefs that eventually spread across much of the Midwest. Today the valley is full of historic, cultural, and geological places of interest, including Civil War sites; Woodrow Wilson's birthplace and a reproduction of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, both at Staunton; many beautifully adorned caverns; and the famous hot mineral springs in aptly named Bath County.


Central and Western Virginia Hotels

Both locally owned and major chain motels and hotels are plentiful along the interstate highways (I-81, I-64, I-77, I-66),... read more


Central and Western Virginia Restaurants

Since Charlottesville is a college town, most restaurants are very casual. You will need reservations for popular... read more


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