state capitals are rich social tapestries, made up of vibrant neighborhoods. Raleigh, North Carolina's state capital is certainly no exception to that rule. Here you'll find Chapel Hill, 25 miles west of the city center.
Two of Raleigh's popular places to visit include the North Carolina State Capitol and the Duke University.
The Artscenter is a community space that offers a variety of events and exhibitions, including art exhibitions, live music and art workshops. The Franklin Hotel Chapel Hill - Curio Collection by Hilton and The Carolina Inn, a Destination Hotel are two hotels that you can investigate if you'd like to stay close by. Renowned for being one of the area's major centers for the promotion of arts and culture, you can't go awry with a music concert or art workshop at Carrboro Century Center. You'll be able to book a room nearby. Some of the best options here are the Hampton Inn & Suites Chapel Hill/Carrboro and Chapel Hill InnTown.
The Days Inn Chapel Hill is one of Chapel Hill's more economical accommodation options.
One of Chapel Hill's upscale hotels, is the charming The Siena Hotel, Autograph Collection.
Aromatic coffee and finger-licking treats attract Chapel Hill locals to Kangaroo Express. It's the perfect venues for an emergency pit-stop. When dinner rolls around, get a second taste of the local food scene at Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant. Afterwards, end another full day at Looking Glass Cafe, a local watering hole where locals gather for a friendly drink.