One of the best things about living in or visiting the city of Charlottesville is the sheer number of experiences you can have here that are unique and different; it's no mystery why so many people love this city. There is such richness in Charlottesville's diverse dining and shopping offerings, and when it comes to signature things to do, Charlottesville
If you're driving from out of town to see a show, or you're a UVA student, and your family is visiting to see the big game or concert at JPJ, you're probably wondering about hotels in the area. Here's a list of Charlottesville's top hotels near John Paul Jones Arena. We'll help you chose the most comfortable, convenient lodging options.
With limited time to explore, the Monticello Trail is Charlottesville’s red carpet of Jeffersonian past and wine-tourism future. Enjoy your excursion and return before anyone has missed you!
Covid-19 Shutdown offers an opportunity for wine tasting and touring from home. Charlottesville is wine country. Even though visiting your favorite vineyards will have to wait until after the coronavirus is beaten back, there’s no reason you can’t experience some of this season’s batch of wines- from the comfort of home. Read on for a who’s-who of virtual winetastings. Keswick Vineyards
There are a few tried and true resolutions that roll around every new year- which tells me that we all have a little more in common than we think. Trying to stick with one of the most popular resolutions this 2020? Here’s how to do it in Charlottesville. Exercise more. Exercise always feels like a good idea when you’re clinking glasses on