The city is home to Naval Base Norfolk, the world's largest naval base – join a 45-minute guided bus tour around the base. Also worth a visit is spacious Virginia Zoo, which you can tour either by foot or train.
At Norfolk International Airport, located 3.7 miles northeast of downtown Norfolk, you can find car rentals and taxi services. You can also dock your boat at one of the city's marinas. Once you're in the city, you can easily explore the attractions on foot or use the bike share program. Take advantage of the Tide, a 7.5-mile light rail system with 11 convenient stops throughout the city.
Norfolk's restaurants offer a wide range of cuisine, from traditional seafood delicacies to international dishes. No restaurant does local cuisine better than the Freemason Abbey Restaurant, which offers free parking, generous servings, excellent service, and tasty vegetarian options – what else could you ask for? Make sure to try their crab soup.