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About Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill boasts a small-town feel despite being a principal city nestled in an expansive metropolitan area. Home to the University of North Carolina, one of the nation’s oldest universities, Chapel Hill is primarily regarded as a college town. However, with its vibrant music scene, stunning community arts projects, and abundance of fantastic eateries, Chapel Hill transcends its reputation by offering unique cultural attractions.
Things to do in Chapel Hill
Every October, Chapel Hill hosts its Festifall Arts Festival where visitors can watch musical and artistic performances, browse and buy handmade crafts, and taste scrumptious dishes from local food vendors. Moreover, Chapel Hill is swiftly growing into its newfound reputation as a hot spot for foodies. When in town, check out Al's Burger Shack, a beloved burger stand that creatively crafts its namesake food; Merritt's Store & Grill, a quaint lunch spot famous for its tasty BLT sandwiches; and Crook’s Corner, a local favorite serving Southern comfort food. Another prominent point of interest is the historic University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which features champion sports teams and the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, the largest planetarium in the U.S.
Day trips from Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill is one corner of the Research Triangle—also commonly called the Triangle, an area marked by the 3 major universities in the area. Accordingly, the neighboring cities of Raleigh and Durham are popular places to visit. Less than an hour’s drive westbound from Chapel Hill is Raleigh, the state’s capital city. North Carolina State University is based in Raleigh and makes up another point of the Triangle. The capital city also features numerous cultural institutions including the North Carolina Museum of History, North Carolina Sports Hall of Game, and Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek which hosts performing arts shows and touring acts. Heading northwest from Chapel Hill, Durham is about a half an hour’s drive away. Duke University constitutes the remaining corner of the Triangle. The city draws in artists and creative types who assist in shaping its laidback and diverse culture. Durham hosts many annual festivals including the American Dance Festival, Bull Durham Blues Festival, and the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Chapel Hill accommodations
Vacation rentals in Chapel Hill offer a relaxed ambiance to complement the city’s small-town vibe. Properties range from rustic, hill-wooded cabins to spacious, contemporary condominiums. Whether you’re searching for a luxurious country farm house or deluxe queen-sized studio, Tripping.com has hundreds of vacation rentals to choose from so that your Chapel Hill retreat can be as comfortable as possible.
Transportation in Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill Transit serves the city with a system of public buses and vans. The transportation system operates on multiple routes that start in the early morning to a little past midnight on weekdays. The weekend schedules begin later in the morning and end in the early evening on Saturdays and just before midnight on Sundays. A few of the route stops include UNC Hospital, University of North Carolina/Downtown, and Chapel Hill High School. Chapel Hill Transit also connects to other local transit systems like the Orange Public Transportation and Triangle Transit Authority. It may be more convenient to rent a car to travel around the city and neighboring areas.
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