Located in Northeast Virginia Beach, this motel is steps from Pacific Avenue and Virginia Beach Boardwalk. Virginia Beach Convention Center and Virginia Aquarium ...
Located in Northwest, this hotel is 3.8 mi (6 km) from Norfolk Premium Outlets and within 12 mi (20 km) of Virginia Beach Town Center and Veterans United Home ...
Nestled on the beach, this Northeast Virginia Beach hotel is just steps from Seabreeze Beach and Virginia Beach Boardwalk. Virginia Beach Convention Center and ...
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|Destination||Norfolk - Virginia Beach|
|Number of Daily Flights||14|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jul 12|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jul 13|
|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
Upon arrival from Atlanta to Norfolk International Airport (ORF) in Norfolk, Virginia, getting a rental car should be your first priority. ORF is the major airport serving the Hampton Roads area, which includes cities like Virginia Beach, a popular vacation spot 20 minutes from the airport. Although taxis and airport shuttles are available from ORF, local attractions are scattered around, so you'll want a rental car to explore the area at your own pace.
From the airport, you can take Interstate 64 to all major points of interest. Take 64 East to 264 West into downtown Norfolk where attractions include McArthur Mall and Town Point Park. From Town Point Park, you can take a ferry to Portsmouth, or a Spirit of Norfolk cruise around the city. Scope and Chrysler Hall hosts sporting events, circus shows and other live performances. 264 East will take you to the famous Oceanfront area of Virginia Beach, including its many shops, hotels, boardwalk and, of course, beach.
Your flight time from Atlanta International Airport (ATL) to Norfolk is approximately an hour and a half. If time permits, visit the Busch Gardens theme park in Williamsburg, which is about 40 minutes from the airport via 64 West. Also, stop at the historical Colonial Williamsburg for beautiful landscapes, and reenactments of life in the 1600s.