The Beach Life communicates in a language that’s understood by all, giving international group travelers not only a taste of the beauty of this coastal environment, but the wealth of activities that sets Virginia Beach apart from all others. All you need
to do is walk the boardwalk and breathe in the fresh Atlantic air to realize we’re all here for the same reason.
International travelers can enter the U.S. via gateway airports in New York City, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Charlotte and Atlanta. Virginia Beach is served by Norfolk International Airport, just 20 minutes away from the oceanfront, as well as Newport
News/Williamsburg International Airport.
Electricity: Electricity voltage is 110, but an adapter may be used to convert from 220.
Passport: Check with consulates at home for visa and passport requirements.
Tipping and Taxes: It is customary to tip 15-20% of the bill for restaurant and taxi service, and hotel porterage ranges from $1-$2 per bag. Taxes are 14% for accommodations, 11.5% for restaurants and 6% for retail sales.
Virginia Beach publishes general brochures printed in English, French, Spanish, German, Mandarin and Portuguese. Request a copy by calling 800-700-7702 or visiting the Visitor Information Center, located at the end of I-264, the Virginia Beach-Norfolk
Expressway, across from the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
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