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While the Shenandoah Valley might seem quite secluded from the outside world, Page Country and Luray are actually more accessible than you think. The Blue Ridge Mountains are only a few hours from major destinations on the East Coast, and make this quite easy to get to by car.
The town of Luray is less than a day’s driving time from many major cities; in fact is only about two hours away from Washington, DC and Williamsburg, Virginia. The main highway for those looking to get their by US 211, which is accessible from several major Interstate highways including I-81 and I-66.The region lacks a major airport, but charter and private planes can land at the Luray Caverns Airport. If you’re headed from another major destination then it is probably advisable to fly to Washington, DC and take a rental car. Taxis and bus options are limited from the airport to Luray, however, as it is a bit far. But the driving in the area is easy and scenic. From the various airports around DC including Reagan National and Dulles numerous rental car services are available, and both airports are within about two hours of the town of Luray.