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MCO Orlando
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BOS Boston
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MSY New Orleans
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Raleigh, NC Vacation

About Raleigh, NC

Named after the renowned English explorer, Raleigh is the state capital of North Carolina. The city's tree-lined streets make it a picturesque destination and give it its nickname, "The City of Oaks". Raleigh is also one of the oldest examples of a planned city, and was inducted in 1792 to be the home of North Carolina's government. Raleigh's history goes right back to the colonial era, with the city being birthplace of Virginia Dare – the first English child to be born in America. It isn't stuck in the past though, and is a thoroughly modern city with lots to offer anyone booking flights to Raleigh. Discover here the best offers for Flight + Hotel to Raleigh.

Things to do and places to visit in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh is stuffed to overflowing with history. With a past older than the United States, there is tons to explore and discover. For those who like their fun a bit more modern, there no shortage of things to do. The city is packed with superb food, music, art and more. For beer connoisseurs, Raleigh also has a good number of microbreweries. Raleigh has a subtropical climate with the lowest rainfall in April or October, making those the ideal times to look for cheap flights to Raleigh.

When visiting Raleigh, be sure to:

  • Discover Raleigh's heritage at the North Carolina State Capitol
  • Visit Mordecai Historic Park, the oldest house in Raleigh and once a plantation
  • Sample the hearty menu at Poole's Downtown Diner
  • Walk or bike the trails in William B. Umstead State Park
  • Go to the Duke Homestead to learn about the region's history
  • Browse through the City Market for fresh produce and fantastic lunch options
  • Catch a gig or comedy show at Kings
  • See the latest works at the Contemporary Art Museum
  • Enjoy the interactive exhibitions at Marbles Kids Museum
  • Try one of the menu local beers – check out brews from Lonerider or Crank Arm
  • Browse the boutiques in Cameron Village
  • Rent a bike and take advantage of more than 160km of greenway trails
  • Find antiques and collectables at Raleigh Flea Market on Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC

Airports in Raleigh, NC

Flights to Raleigh arrive at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, which is around 22km away from the centre of Raleigh. The airport opened in 1955 and has since been expanded on more than one occasion. It is also home to a general aviation terminal for charter and leisure flights.

  • Raleigh-Durham International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers include: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.

    Location

    It is 22km to the west of Raleigh.

    Transportation

    Triangle Transit provides public transportation to and from the airport. Bus line 100 connects the airport with Raleigh's downtown area. There is also a taxi service at the airport and some hotels offer shuttle services.

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