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"10 great reasons to visit Norfolk, Virginia"

"10 great reasons to visit Norfolk, Virginia"

It’s pronounced naw-fok, not Nor-folk. Don’t maim the name. Norfolk is Virginia’s second-most populated city with more than 245,000 residents, home to the world’s biggest Navy base (Naval Station Norfolk), and it’s a hidden gem for budget-conscious travelers.

How do we describe this U.S. travel destination? Let us count the ways.

1. Budget-friendly
Free community festivals, free glass-blowing demonstration at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio, so-cheap-it’s-almost-free food at Doumar’s diner and curb service. Stretching your travel dollars further is easy in Norfolk.

2. Scenic
Its waterfront location, between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, makes Norfolk a delight for those who appreciate seaside beauty. Sit back and admire the view on a leisurely harbor cruise aboard The American Rover or sign up for a “Sail About” sailing lesson with Sail Nauticus.

Land lovers can take a driving tour with Phillips Destination Management, seeing some of Norfolk’s five historic districts. The zones feature homes that boast decorative ironwork trim and fencing, ornate masonry and stunning stained glass windows. Read More...

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Customer Testimonials

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for the excellent service in Norfolk yesterday during the call of the Holland America Line’s ms Prinsendam. Guests have been coming up to the Shore Excursions counter all day telling us how much they enjoyed their tours!
Debbie Balch
Shore Excursions Manager

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