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Farm-to-table fare is right up your alley, wise wanderer. You love to bite into a red tomato knowing it may have slept on the vine last night. Fresh goat cheese, homemade in the kitchen? Yes, please. At the same time, a slow-paced traditional Southern meal can always please your palate. Is there a place where you can get the best of both worlds? A glass of tea and a plate of perfectly cooked pork for lunch and a modern meal straight from the farm for dinner? Yes, of course. Welcome to Raleigh, North Carolina. The city is lined in oak trees and the heart of the city is as charming as it is buzzing. It’s no concrete jungle, but it won’t leave you hungry for entertainment or culture. Book a Raleigh vacation package, and you’ll bundle your hotel and airfare for big savings and a good start to your getaway.

Top Hotels in Raleigh

Your vacation in Raleigh could be made or broken by where you stay. You want to put your feet up in a comfortable place and have access to all the amenities that make a getaway something to remember. Stay at one of these most popular hotels and you’re guaranteed a lovely time:

  • Hyatt Place Raleigh West: Stay in the Inside Wade, and you’re near the Corporate Center Park and tons of Raleigh points of interest. Wake up to a hot breakfast and retire at night on your plush pillows. This is the type of retreat a wise wanderer can appreciate.
  • Embassy Suites Raleigh-Crabtree: Just across the street from the Crabtree Valley Mall, the Embassy Suites accommodations are spacious and upscale. You’re minutes from NC State and the Durham Performing Arts Center and other attractions—so explore away!
  • Sheraton Raleigh Hotel: Velvet couches, elegant brick décor, and wide-open spaces. These things describe the Sheraton, which is as sophisticated as it is charming. It’s located downtown and has hundreds of city-view rooms. Check in, put down your bags, and prepare to be pampered.
  • Hyatt Place Raleigh-Durham Airport: You’ll be close to the airport here, but that’s not the only reason to stay at Hyatt Place. You’ll also be able to enjoy a 24/7 menu and access to a state-of-the-art fitness center. Wake up to views of Raleigh, and fall asleep to sweet dreams of the next day’s trip to Pullen Park or Yates Mill.

Main Attractions

Your trip to Raleigh is around the corner, and it’s time to start planning the ultimate itinerary. You’ll never regret your time at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science, Museum of Art, Museum of History, and Marbles Kids Museum. Get a look inside the wheels of government in North Carolina at the State Capitol building, and learn more about President Andrew Johnson at the home where he was born. Take a leisurely stroll through the shady, pristine Neuse River Trail and then refuel on adrenaline at Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course. At Pullen Park, paddle boats, a carousel, and lakefront terrain await. Take a picnic and spend the afternoon wistfully staring at the clouds.

Festivals and Events

Your Raleigh vacation will leave a song in your heart and a new appreciation for soul food in your stomach. Aside from the wonderful city attractions, Raleigh also hosts events and festivals throughout the year. These are opportunities to indulge in local culture (and cuisine) to get a real feel for the City of Oaks. Visit in August during the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ festival and you’ll eat yourself silly. If you prefer gyros, moussaka, and spanakopita, show up in September for the Greek Festival. Raleigh also hosts the North Carolina State Fair each October and the Christmas County Fair in December. Blues lovers should book their trips for February to attend the Raleigh Blues Festival while September brings the hugely popular Hopscotch Music Festival.

When you choose from our Raleigh vacation deals, you’re half-way to your southern getaway. Pack your best walking shoes and prepare to sip on sweet tea, wise wanderer. Raleigh is the gateway to southern charm—let’s get traveling!

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Raleigh?
With vacation packages available from as low as $481, you won’t need to drain your bank balance for your getaway to Raleigh. Travelocity can help. Bundle your hotels, flights and experiences into a package and walk away with fantastic discounts. The more you book, the bigger the savings.
How long should my Raleigh vacation be?
Most travelers opt to spend around 2 nights in Raleigh, but it’s completely up to you. If you’re hoping to venture out and explore all the incredible things this location has to offer, why not hang around for a few extra nights?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Raleigh?
You’ll come across a terrific selection of Raleigh package deals on Travelocity. With as many as 400 partner airlines and 1,000,000 properties across the globe, piecing together the perfect getaway will be a breeze.
Why should I book my Raleigh vacation package with Travelocity?
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Will I save money on my Raleigh car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?
Bundling your hotel, car and flight into a Raleigh vacation package is the easiest way to score an incredible deal. Plus, having your own car rental gives you total freedom to get to all those big sights you’re hoping to explore. Located 65 mi from Raleigh, North Carolina Zoo is one place that should be on your agenda. Buckle up and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Raleigh?
Vacation in and spend more cash on amazing experiences, not your hotel room. This is the least costly month to arrange your stay. Prices are highest in , so avoid traveling during this time if you’re trying to be thrifty. March, April and July are the high season months for Raleigh. You’ll need to book in advance and be ready to pay higher prices. January, September and December are the least popular months to travel.
Which airport is best for Raleigh?
Raleigh - Durham Intl. Airport (RDU) is where many travelers land. You’ll find it located 11 mi northwest from downtown Raleigh. Alternatively, check out the fares to Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY), which is 55 mi away from central Raleigh.
What is there to do in Raleigh?
There’s a particular magic in the air as you wander through the streets of Raleigh. Duke University and PNC Arena are just two highlights that entice visitors to this wonderful city, so add them to your travel itinerary.
Where should I stay when visiting Raleigh?
Many visitors choose to spend their nights at the La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Raleigh Durham Intl AP. It’s a great base for your Raleigh escape.

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