Norfolk, Va. (April 20, 2020) – Norfolk has been featured as a nominee in the “Best City” category of the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, an annual survey from one of the country’s leading consumer travel publications. The prestigious award is the longest running of its kind and celebrates the best in the travel industry. Norfolk was one of only four cities in Virginia to be included.
Winners are selected entirely by readers, who rate the city on its architecture, arts & culture, friendliness, public transportation, safety/cleanliness, sights & scenery and restaurants.
“It’s a great honor for Norfolk to be nominated as Best City by Condé Nast Traveler and especially timely to celebrate the amazing people that make up our tourism industry,” said VisitNorfolk President and CEO Kurt J. Krause. “The more recognition we can get for our city, especially in the current climate, the more it will help our entire community when travel resumes. We hope people will vote and recognize what an incredible destination we have here.”
To vote, participants can visit www.cntraveler.com/rca/vote, select the “Cities” category and then enter “Norfolk.” Each registered email address is eligible to vote once, and the deadline to do so is June 30, 2020. Winners will be announced on the Condé Nast Traveler website in mid-October and will appear in the November print issue.
~ Norfolk, Virginia ~
Considered the dynamic heart of Virginia’s storied region, Norfolk attracts thousands of travelers each year to enjoy its lively downtown waterfront and 144 miles of shimmering coastline. Offering a vibrant blend of history and heritage with contemporary attractions, outdoor adventure and the Commonwealth’s most revered cultural institutions, Norfolk is an exciting destination. Here, where the Elizabeth River meets the Chesapeake Bay, visitors will find an easily walkable downtown that offers eclectic dining options, a rich arts scene, high-end shopping and year-round special events. For more information about Norfolk, visit the city on the Web at www.visitnorfolk.com, or call 757-664-6620.