If a peaceful getaway is what you're seeking, you'll find it in historic Chesapeake, Virginia. Flights to Chesapeake land at the nearby Norfolk International Airport (ORF), in the heart of Virginia's coastal area, putting you in the perfect setting for laid-back family vacations or romantic getaway packages in Chesapeake. From beach lovers to history lovers to food lovers, this low-key locale has something for everyone to enjoy.
Transportation from ORF
The Coastal Virginia region is served by Norfolk International Airport, located 16 miles northeast of Chesapeake. By using one of several ground transportation options at ORF, you can easily reach your hotel and area attractions. Book reservations before traveling for airport shuttle service between Norfolk International and Chesapeake, or arrange for a rental car with one of the on-site car rental agencies, located near baggage claim below the terminal lobby. Taxi service is available outside the baggage claim lobby. If you're staying near ORF, check the reservation kiosks in the arrivals terminal for information regarding shuttle service from area hotels.
Enter Virginia's Gateway to Fun
Let Chesapeake be your home base for your Virginia vacation. Centrally located in the Coastal Virginia area, you'll have easy access to Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Spend a day at the lush Great Dismal Swamp Wildlife Refuge hiking, biking, and watching wildlife, or fishing and boating on Lake Drummond. Learn more about the Commonwealth of Virginia when you visit historic American landmarks and attractions such as Colonial Williamsburg and Nauticus battleship tours. Wrap up a busy day of sightseeing and museum hopping with a sunset sail on Elizabeth River and a soul food feast at one of Chesapeake's favorite locally owned diners.
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