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Last Updated: 14th February, 2016 | By Chris Williams

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One way rentals available pick up you car in and drop it of at Richmond or Chesapeake, Washington or Baltimore or travel south to North Carolina or Florida


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Must see drives in Virginia’s

Virginia is a real slice of America, home to a rich history of events that have transformed this state into what it is today. The best way to see it all is by renting a car and taking a road trip.

Begin your road trip in the waterfront city of Norfolk, the International Airport is a large hub in Virginia that is the perfect place to fly into and pick up a car.

For those that are interested in the unique American history, the Virginia Civil War Trails are the perfect place to explore.  In different areas throughout the state, there are over 250 historic sites that tell of the stories of war and history.  Trail routes and informational points are well marked and easy to see if an avid history fan wants to make a side stop during the road trip.

Drive along Skyline Drive - the only public roadway through Shenandoah National Park. It offers stunning views along the slow, winding roadway.  

Within the park you can stop in Staunton for a break or stay the night.  Buzzing with culture and arts, the small town is also home to the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library.

On your way down from Staunton, take Route 64 through the parks, and you’ll see the country’s oldest covered bridge - Humpback Bridge. Stop and take in the scenic view and “love” sign, a great place for a midday break.  The drive through George Washington and Jefferson National Parks is also breathtaking, surrounded by tree-covered mountains and valleys.

Roanoke is the hub of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, and is known as the Star City of the South.  You can see the Roanoke Star itself here, a towering illuminated mountaintop star. Shopping, wine tours, arts, culture, and historic sites can all be found here.

Also along the meandering road of the famous Blue Ridge Parkway lies Bedford.  Take a tour through Virginia’s fertile wine country, or stop at the National D-Day Memorial honouring the allied forces.  

A charming community in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lynchburg has historical sites right in the heart of downtown that you can walk around and enjoy on your own or through a guided tour.

Further along the banks of the scenic James River lies the 1,000 acre Berkeley Plantation. One of the oldest estates in America, it is also one of the finest.

End your road trip through Virginia at the beach. Just east of Norfolk, Virginia Beach is lively and home to the natural beauty of the beach and attractions that everyone will enjoy.  Relax on the beach, stop at the aquarium, or discover history along the boardwalk.

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