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Plan Your Trip

There is so much to see and do in Virginia — explore museums, visit national parks, shop at local farmers markets and unique small-town boutiques. Maximize your travel experience with Virginia Breeze Bus Lines by learning more about the towns and cities along our routes. You’ll find things to do and ways to get around at your destination.

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  • Photo of Altavista

    Altavista

    Walk around the Altavista Downtown Historic District lined with Victorian-era homes, explore the Avoca Museum — a Virginia historic landmark—and visit quaint local shops. If you’re looking for transportation to get around town, check out the Altavista Community Transit System, offering service Monday through Saturday.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
  • Photo of Amherst

    Amherst

    Get a glimpse into the past at the Amherst County Museum and Historical Society, featuring exhibits and a research library. You can also enjoy the great outdoors throughout Amherst County by exploring its parks, lakes, hiking trails, and golf courses.

    Getting Around

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    • taxi
  • Photo of Blacksburg

    Blacksburg

    Learn about the town’s history at the Blacksburg Museum, enjoy local restaurants and the downtown farmers market, or catch a film at The Lyric Theatre. Check out Blacksburg Transit and other local transportation options that offer service every day.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • airport
    • shuttle-train
  • Photo of Bristol

    Bristol

    Here, you can be in two places at once! Take a walking tour of historic downtown Bristol, where you can stand in two states at once while learning about the twin cities of Bristol, Virginia, and Bristol, Tennessee. Visit the Birthplace of Country Music Museum to learn why Bristol’s State Street is known as the birthplace of country music. You can also enjoy stunning views, boating, and fishing at South Holston Lake or explore the city underground with a visit to Bristol Caverns or Appalachian Caverns. Once you arrive in Bristol, you can explore the city via bus routes operated by Bristol Virginia Transit.

    Getting Around

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    • paratransit
  • Photo of Charlottesville

    Charlottesville

    Visit the homes of our third and fifth presidents — Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Highland. You can also shop at the historic Downtown Mall and catch a movie at The Paramount Theater, a member of the League of Historic American Theatres. There are multiple transportation options, including Charlottesville Area Transit, that offer service seven days a week.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • trolley
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
    • airport
    • train
  • Photo of Christiansburg

    Christiansburg

    Take a hike on the Huckleberry Trail, go shopping on Main Street, and learn about Virginia’s past at the Montgomery Museum of Art & History. Check out the local transportation options, offering daily service throughout Christiansburg, with connections to the town of Blacksburg.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-share
    • taxi
    • car-rental
    • airport
    • shuttle-train
  • Photo of Culpeper

    Culpeper

    Tour the Burgandine House, one of the oldest private homes in Culpeper, and visit the Museum of Culpeper History to learn more about this rural community. Virginia Regional Transit offers daily bus and trolley service throughout the town.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-rental
    • trolley
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Danville

    Danville

    Take a scenic stroll on the Riverwalk Trail, tour the exhibits at the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, or watch a play, concert, or other community event at the Carrington Pavilion. Check out the local transportation options offering daily service throughout the city.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • car-rental
    • train
  • Photo of Dulles International Airport

    Dulles International Airport

    You can easily connect to areas across the county and around the world with access to domestic and international flights at Washington Dulles International Airport. The Valley Flyer and Piedmont Express routes have stops here.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • metro
    • taxi
    • car-rental
    • airport
  • Photo of Falls Church

    Falls Church

    Explore the historic Cherry Hill Farmhouse, catch a show at the State Theatre, and shop at the Eden Center, one of the largest Vietnamese shopping centers in the nation. You can also enjoy dozens of local restaurants and shops, plus the downtown farmers market. Getting around the Falls Church area of Fairfax County and the city of Falls Church is easy with Metrobus, running seven days a week.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • metro
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Farmville

    Farmville

    Tour the exhibits at the Robert Russa Moton Museum and explore the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts. High Bridge Trail and numerous nearby state parks also make this a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Find local transportation options to get around Farmville.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Front Royal

    Front Royal

    You can enjoy the outdoors at Shenandoah National Park and Skyline Caverns during the day and stroll the historic main street in the evenings. The Balthis House, built by Front Royal’s founders, is one of many historic structures to visit. To get around town, check out the Virginia Regional Transit trolley and other transportation options.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • trolley
    • taxi
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Gainesville

    Gainesville

    Visit Virginia Gateway, a premier shopping destination, and stroll through Conway Robinson State Forest, an urban oasis in Northern Virginia. You can also visit nearby Manassas National Battlefield Park. Check out OmniRide’s local routes, operating Monday through Saturday, and other transportation options around Gainesville.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • metro
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Harrisonburg

    Harrisonburg

    Home to Virginia’s first official culinary district, Harrisonburg offers more than 80 locally owned restaurants. You can also discover Virginia’s history at the Quilt Museum and stroll through the scenic Edith J. Carrier Arboretum. Check out the transportation options for getting around Harrisonburg.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Lexington

    Lexington

    Are you a history buff? Take a walk around the historic downtown to find multiple museums and guided tours. You can also enjoy a hike on the Chessie Nature Trail or rent a car to take a short drive to Natural Bridge State Park. Check out the Maury Express service, which operates across Lexington Monday through Saturday.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Lynchburg

    Lynchburg

    Expand your imagination at Amazement Square, take a bike ride on the Riverwalk Trail, and tour the Lynchburg Museum. The city’s architecture is the perfect backdrop for your exploration of downtown. Getting around Lynchburg is easy with the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company and other transportation options.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
    • train
  • Photo of Martinsville

    Martinsville

    View the dinosaurs at the Virginia Museum of Natural History, explore the Dick and Willie Passage Rail Trail, or check out the exhibits at Piedmont Arts. Martinsville is in the heart of Virginia’s Racing Region, which is home to six speedways and racetracks. You can catch the Piedmont Area Regional Transit bus near the visitors center to get around town, or check out other local transportation options.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-share
    • taxi
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Radford

    Radford

    Grab your favorite fishing rods and head to Little River Dam, a beautiful area where you can catch carp, muski, smallmouth bass, and other fish. Explore historic Glencoe Mansion and enjoy its 19th century Victorian style, or relax at Bisset Park — the perfect place for biking or walking. And while you’re in town, pay a visit to Radford University and enjoy all it has to offer, too!

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Richmond

    Richmond

    Tour historic landmarks, visit the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Science Museum of Virginia, and stroll around Belle Isle. You can also enjoy the vibrant restaurant scene in Virginia’s capital. Check out the different ways you can get around Richmond, including the Greater Richmond Transit Company.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
    • airport
    • train
  • Photo of Salem

    Salem

    Feeling active? Explore the Roanoke River Blueway, where you can enjoy a number of water activities, or visit Carvins Cove, a mountain biking paradise. Or maybe you’d prefer a peaceful hike along the Appalachian Trail. Check out historic downtown Salem with a walking tour, and learn more about the city at the Salem Museum & Historical Society.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • bike-rental
    • car-rental
  • Photo of South Boston

    South Boston

    Discover this town in the heart of Virginia’s Racing Region, which is home to six speedways and racetracks. You can enjoy a musical performance at The Prizery, head downtown to learn some town history at the South Boston – Halifax County Museum of Fine Arts and History, and tour the whimsical Bob Cage Sculpture Farm along Cage Trail.

    Getting Around

    • taxi
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Staunton

    Staunton

    Say hello to the ducks at Gypsy Hill Park, tour Bruce A. Elder Antique and Classic Automobiles, and visit the Frontier Culture Museum to learn about the first pioneers who came to America. BRITE’s trolley is a great way to get around the historic and scenic downtown area, but be sure to check out all your transportation options.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-rental
    • trolley
    • car-rental
    • train
  • Photo of Warrenton

    Warrenton

    Stroll the brick sidewalks in Old Town Warrenton and discover galleries, unique gifts at local shops, and the Old Jail Museum. In the heart of wine and horse country, you can take in the history of downtown and the beautiful country vistas. To get around, check out Virginia Regional Transit’s Circuit Rider service and other options.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-rental
  • Photo of Washington, D.C.

    Washington, D.C.

    The nation’s capital is filled with museums, monuments, and other attractions. You can stroll along the National Mall to visit the Smithsonian museums, the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial, with a short detour to stop by the White House. There are also many neighborhoods to explore, filled with historic row houses, shops, and restaurants. You can take Metro to get around the city, and you can easily connect to other areas of the country from Reagan National Airport or Union Station.

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • metro
    • bike-share
    • bike-rental
    • taxi
    • car-share
    • car-rental
    • airport
    • train
  • Photo of Wytheville

    Wytheville

    Are you a nature lover? Explore the trails at Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, or visit New River Trail State Park, where you can discover picture perfect views of lush green mountainside. If you like the water, you can enjoy scenic views of Rural Retreat Lake or head to Hale Lake, a fisher’s paradise! Feel like you’re on top of the world at Blue Walker Lookout — elevation 3,405 feet — and cross the swinging bridge to get to the 100-foot observation tower!

    Getting Around

    • bus
    • paratransit
    • car-rental