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Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains and flanked by the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, Charlottesville (CHO) has a pleasant climate all year round. The summer averages around 70 degrees and winter around 35 with generous amount of sunshine
Charlottesville Festivals & Events
Charlottesville hosts a few diverse annual events, most known of which is the Virginia film festival that is held every October. Hosted at the University of Virginia by the school of arts and sciences, it celebrates the art and magic of films.
Tips to Save on Travel to Charlottesville
Book your tickets well in advance to get cheap flight to Charlottesville. Book 40 to 25 days prior to your date of departure. Airlines such as American Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways offer great discounts on airline tickets. Once you reach the airport, choose among the inexpensive car rentals to get around the city.
Top Attractions in Charlottesville
•Art Museum - The University of Virginia Art museum is nationally acknowledged for its rich collection of American and European art exhibits. Indulge your senses in the ancient paintings, photographs and sculptures.
•Rotunda - At the heart of the University of Virginia is the Thomas Jefferson designed Rotunda. Take one of the student led rounds of this magnificent replica of the Pantheon in Rome. •Monticello - It is Virginia's first plantation to be built on a mountain instead of the then typical, by the riverside. The vision centre would be a good point to start touring this colonial house of Thomas Jefferson.
•Appomattox Court House National Historical Park - Nearly 20 or so original and reconstructed houses make up this national monument. Take a walk in the lanes of its rustic stillness where the surrender of the village took place during the American civil war.