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Charlottesville Travel Guide

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Walking Virginia's Widening Wine Trail

As any University of Virginia grad will breathlessly assert, Charlottesville, VA is America's greatest college town. Perhaps even the world's. (Oxford? Bah!) Even this state-school...

You’ve done the Wine Route, Now Try the Brew Ridge Trail

Charlottesville, Virginia is known for Jeffersonian architecture, an eclectic dining scene, and—especially in recent years—the burgeoning wineries in it lush countryside. Now the city is...

America's Prettiest Winter Towns

Play it cool in these scenic small towns that know just how to embrace winter.

America's Coolest College Towns

From California to Virginia, great university towns with top-notch food, entertainment, and outdoor adventures.

Virginia Unbridled

Washington, D.C., may be all about political jockeying, but drive some 50 miles south and you'll find yourself in the heart of Virginia's horse (and...

America's Most Beautiful Landmarks

From soaring man-made monuments to jaw-dropping natural landforms, the U.S. has a wealth of beautiful landmarks.

World's Best Wine Country Hotels

Go straight to the source for a hotel stay paired with scenic vineyard views, locally sourced meals, and plenty of wine tastings.

The Virginias: Still Swinging

The spirit of the Slammer is alive and well in this citadel of American golf

World's Most Beautiful Universities

Whether traditional or modern, urban or rural, these college campuses are studies in beautiful design.

America's Best Lake Hotels

Chaise lounges on the dock, boat rides to dinner: what’s more idyllic than a waterfront stay? T+L readers reveal their favorite lake hotels.
HOTELS

Keswick Hall at Monticello

The foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, south and west of Washington, D.C., are a playground for the city’s old guard, their horses, and their beagles. With its... more ›


RESTAURANTS

The Clifton Inn Restaurant

At the intimate Clifton Inn, the decadent rusticity of the rooms—claw-foot tubs, Mascioni linens, fireplaces, but nary a ruffled window treatment in sight—is echoed in the innovative... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Monticello

in 1770, Jefferson sold some of the land surrounding Monticello, his sprawling Palladian home up in the hills just outside Charlottesville, to an Italian grower whose experiments with hybrid... more ›


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