Whether you’re traveling for business or just checking out the bay for an afternoon, you’ll be glad you went the extra mile on transportation. Home to a massive naval base complimented by pre-American history that dates back to the 15th century, Norfolk is a great way to feel patriotic. Get star-struck by some of the country’s coolest landmarks while making sure you’ve got a solid ride to cruise through town, choosing between fast Tide Light Rail system, which offers 11 stations throughout the seaside city, or get a airport shuttle courtesy of nearby hotels along North Military Highway. See the horizon even clearer by booking a ride all to yourself, utilizing a quaint private sedan perfect for getting to Norfolk International Airport, the Ted Constant Convocation Center, and beyond, or going with a chartered bus to move large groups without hassle.
Finding something fun to do in Norfolk is as easy as drawing the curtain – do so as soon as you wake up, looking forward to typical new-city destinations like the Norfolk Botanical Garden and Virginia Zoological Park before making your way to the astounding USS Wisconsin BB-64, which offers daily tours of the unique WWII battleship. Connected to the Nauticus museum maritime battleships and aquarium, the quaint corner on Boush Street is entertaining not only for its unique artifacts but next-door access to Town Point Park, home to open lawns by the bay and occasional waterside festivals and concerts. A life motto that always works is that if you can’t find out how to end the evening, always go with food. Do so on Norfolk’s iconic Granby Street, some of the most popular hotspots being Grace O’Malley’s Irish Pub and Restaurant and Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint.