Guides

    • Alexandria

      Located on the Potomac River, Alexandria, VA is known for its Old Town, with brick sidewalks and well-preserved 18th and 19th-century buildings. Named a Top 3 Best Small City in the…

    • Arlington County

      Just across the river from Washington, D.C. you’ll discover lively neighborhoods, car-free fun, and an abundance of dining and shopping.      

    • Fairfax

      Established in 1805, the city of Fairfax, also known as Old Town Fairfax, is located 19 miles from DC making this an ideal location for many commuters. Tree-lined streets, townhomes,…

    • Fredericksburg

      Just an hour south of Washington DC and an hour north of Richmond, VA is one of the most historic downtowns to call home. The City of Fredericksburg was established…

    • Gainesville

      Located 35 miles from Washington DC, Gainesville once served as a path for Civil War soldiers and is now a vibrant suburban district home to major shopping, entertainment choices and…

    • Manassas

      Manassas is located 35 miles from DC and is known for the Manassas National Battlefield Park, site of 2 major Civil War battles and a landmark stone bridge, rebuilt in…

    • Stafford County

      Established in 1664, Stafford is perhaps most famously known as the boyhood home of George Washington. With a 2018 population of 149,110, Stafford is now the 3rd fastest growing county…

    • Vienna

      Located in Fairfax Co., Vienna has bragging rights as one of the best places to live in Virginia. Here you will find high-ranking public schools, quaint neighborhoods, shopping, music, craft…

    • Woodbridge

      There’s no time to be bored in Woodbridge where destination shopping, dining, and entertainment choices are abound. Home to Virginia’s largest outlet mall, Potomac Mills, Woodbridge also has other major…