Nestled in the center of the Mid-Atlantic Region, Virginia is the gateway to the South. Named after the “Virgin Queen” of England, Virginia is the not only the first, but largest colony according to the history books.
More than a trip to the past, Virginia offers a broad spectrum of options for visitors. Step back in time with a trip to Jamestown, the first colony. Sip award-winning wine after hiking parts of the Appalachian Trail in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Swim with dolphins or catch a wave at the beach.
There is something here for everyone if you know where to look. Samantha was born and raised in Richmond, making her your best local guide for all Virginia activities.
Capital – Richmond
Weather – Four distinct seasons throughout the calendar year
Fun Trivia – About 1/2 of all the people in the United States live within a 500 mile radius of the Capital of Virginia.
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