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Diversity and urban escapades await eager travelers from all over the world in Raleigh! You'll find something for everyone in this amazing city, but there is only one perfect way to get there: with a little help from our experts at Venere! When you book with us at Venere, you'll be able to choose from our unbeatable selection of over 200 fantastic Raleigh hotels, filtering dozens at a time by price, location, amenities, and more. Still not sure which hotel will work best for your unique trip? No problem! Give us a call and we'll set you up with an expert travel assistant who will help zero in on that perfect hotel to suit all your travel needs. Plus, you'll travel in confidence thanks to the thousands of online hotel reviews from real Venere users, so you'll know what to expect long before you check in to your hotel. So hop online or give us a call today to start planning your trip to the "City of Oaks!"

What's Raleigh like?

Historic, bustling, and youthful are just a few of the many adjectives you'll hear repeated about Raleigh as a travel destination. There's certainly something for everyone in this wonderful place, no matter how you like to get away! You will find Raleigh exploding with energy, thanks in-part to the many educational institutions that call the city home, including North Carolina State University, William Peace University, Shaw University, and more, so you'll never find a shortage of urban adventures or nightlife. Check out accommodations near the Joel Lane Museum House for an amazing historical experience and community, or hotels by Pullen Park for days of family fun on train rides, a historic, vintage carousel, an aquatic center, and more. You'll find lots of centrally located Raleigh hotels in great regions from which to explore by foot or public transit, so dive in, and don't forget to take breaks for some amazing Southern cuisine!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Raleigh

Generally speaking, you'll find it quite easy to get along with Raleigh locals, who are usually very open and friendly towards visitors. You shouldn't have too much trouble asking for directions or for a good restaurant suggestion... although you may start a brawl if you ask who is the best basketball team in public! Locals will also tend to give advice about navigating the streets in Raleigh by car. While there are lots of great Raleigh hotels within walking distance to public transit services, there are many reasons why you may want to rent a car. If so, pay very close attention and know your routes ahead of time, as not only can the traffic get very congested, but some Raleigh streets change names mid-way through them and traffic patterns can be confusing at times. It's a good idea to try to avoid the roads during rush hours as both a courtesy to the locals, and to save yourself a headache!