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Virginia Travel Guide

When to visit Virginia

Virginia experiences four seasons with warm summers, pleasant springs, colorful falls, and chilly winters. The most popular time to visit is during the summer, but many people flock to see the changing leaves in the fall. Virginia can be an affordable place to visit year-round, but more discounts are offered in the spring and late fall. read more

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  • 10 Great Wine-Region Getaways for Fall Autumn is prime time to tour the vineyards that dot the nation's every corner, when temperatures are cool and foliage is at its most flamboyant. From the rocky coast of New England to the lush valleys of Washington State, find grape-stomping events, harvest festivals, cook-offs, and more. Here are 10 wine destinations to get your (grape) juices flowing.
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