The guide is full of trip inspirations and travel resources that make planning a vacation to Virginia easy.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
The Virginia Tourism Corporation has just released the 2012 Virginia Travel Guide with new destinations, family favorites, wineries and attractions that put love at the heart of every Virginia vacation. New features this year include vacation ideas for all four seasons, a special section on small towns, scenic drives and a listing of the newest attractions to open in Virginia. The guide is full of trip inspirations and travel resources that make planning a vacation to Virginia easy. Visitors can request a free copy of the 2012 Virginia Travel Guide in print or electronic form by going to http://www.Virginia.org or calling 1-800-VISITVA.
Highlights of the 2012 Virginia Travel Guide include:
- Details on the newest attractions and experiences in Virginia including the Patsy Cline Museum in Winchester, new wineries, the Golden Eagle Tree House at Primland, and the upcoming OpSail Virginia 2012 event.
- The best places for families to spend time together including beaches, kid-friendly resorts, exciting museums and camping adventures.
- An entire section dedicated to Virginia’s many beaches, where families can spend a memorable vacation playing in the sand along Virginia’s 3,000 miles of coastline.
- Inspiring scenic drives that traverse Virginia’s beautiful landscape from the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Colonial Parkway and the newly designated Journey Through Hallowed Ground.
- The latest on wine travel in Virginia at the state’s more than 200 wineries.
- Historical highlights including the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War and Emancipation.
- Small town treasures such as old-fashion soda fountains, hardware stores and farmers markets.
- Vacation ideas for each of the four seasons.
- Four different cover designs feature Heartwood in Abingdon, Sandbridge in Virginia Beach, the Bluemont General Store in Loudoun County and Fort Monroe in Hampton.
Love is at the heart of every Virginia vacation. Visit http://www.Virginia.org to request a free 2012 Virginia is for Lovers travel guide or call 1-800-VISITVA for more information. Follow Virginia tourism on Twitter at @VisitVirginia and on Facebook at Facebook.com/VirginiaisforLovers.