There is much to do and see in Virginia, so plan your Virginia flights and travel itinerary in advance. Once your flight to Virginia lands, the options are endless.
Richmond is the capital of Virginia and also known as the capital of Confederacy. Both the American Revolution and the Civil War ended in Virginia, and today Virginia is home to more presidential tourist attractions than any other state. George Washington built his home in Mt. Vernon; Monticello is the home of Thomas Jefferson; and the Lees set up camp in Stratford. To date, eight U.S. presidents were born in Virginia and seven of them are buried here. Booking a flight to Virginia is the first step in enjoying a perfectly historic vacation.
The nation’s largest defense barrier – the U.S. Pentagon – is based in Virginia, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Travelers booking flights to Virginia will find easy access to Washington, DC, and Old Town Alexandria, where American history comes alive.
On the flight to Virginia, see if you can name all eight U.S. presidents born in Virginia and the seven presidents buried in Virginia.