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Facts About Flying to Raleigh Durham, North Carolina

  • 48% of Raleigh Durham travelers were over the age of 35.
  • 13% of Raleigh Durham travelers were over the age of 60.
  • 6% of Raleigh Durham travelers booked First or Business Class.
  • 6% of travelers traveled to Raleigh Durham with kids under 14.
  • 38% of Raleigh Durham travelers were millennials.
  • 52% of Raleigh Durham travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 18 days in Raleigh Durham.
  • July was the month with most bookings for Raleigh Durham.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Raleigh Durham.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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What to See in Raleigh/Durham
Take an exciting trip to Raleigh, also known as the City of Oaks. It is the second largest city in the State of North Carolina and home to numerous travel worthy attractions. Check out the Raleigh City Museum which is known for preserving the history of Raleigh. Best known for the world famous Duke University, Durham is a popular state in the U.S. State of North Carolina. Theatre lovers and movie buffs should visit the Carolina Theatre. From plays to films, it showcases everything.
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When to fly to Raleigh/Durham
Raleigh/Durham is known for its humid subtropical climate, offering humid summers and cool winters. Spring season (March and April) is the perfect time to visit Raleigh/Durham. From blooming azaleas to bradford pear trees, everything is in favor of the weather. Avoid visiting Raleigh/Durham during summers (May to September). Temperature in summer can rise up to 105 degrees. Summer also brings along plenty of recreational activities like watching outdoor movies at the North Carolina Art Museum and enjoying the 4th of July festivities at the State Fairgrounds.
Regional Raleigh/Durham Airports
The main airport serving Raleigh/ Durham area is the Raleigh-Durham International Airport . Located 4.5 miles northeast of the town of Morrisville in Wake County, North Carolina, the airport is equipped with advanced facilities and amenities. Travelling to and from this airport is quite easy as it offers efficient ground transportation facilities. Looking for cheap flight tickets? Research well in advance to obtain the cheapest flights to Raleigh/Durham.
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Visit Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina

Fondly referred to as the “Triangle” by residents, the area in central North Carolina taken up by Raleigh and Durham (and Chapel Hill) is a mish-mash of cultures. Each city has its own attractions and is each easily accessible from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. As the state capital, Raleigh can be surprisingly approachable, with a great mix of dining and nightlife alongside its government buildings, plus an assortment of shops selling vintage and locally handmade goods. Craft breweries are on the rise as well, for those looking to slake their thirst with a cold one. Over in Durham is Duke University as well as the town’s own collection of music venues, breweries, food trucks and local retail labels — perfect for the college crowd as well as discerning tourists.

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Raleigh’s much-beloved Museum of Natural Sciences offers hours of education and entertainment, all with free admission. Visitors are always impressed by the live animal exhibits and habitat recreations, as well as huge dinosaur fossils. Families are encouraged to attend the weekly educational programs to learn even more about nature, chemistry and more.

Warehouse District

Formerly home to dilapidated factories and depots, the newly revitalized Warehouse District in Raleigh boasts an appealing array of new restaurants, shops and art galleries to explore. Pick up some sweets at the Videri Chocolate Factory, wander around the Contemporary Art Museum and sate your appetite with down-home barbecue at The Pit.

Duke University

Even if you don’t have any ties to the highly ranked university, you’ll be able to appreciate its gorgeous campus. Duke’s main campus incorporates Gothic architecture, and the Duke University Chapel is the breathtaking centerpiece. Also be sure to take a stroll in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens, gorgeously maintained year-round.


If you’re in the mood for tender, slow-cooked meat, you’re in the right place: This area has plenty of barbecue joints to choose from. In Raleigh, The Pit is overwhelmingly popular, serving up pulled pork, hush puppies and more. Over in Durham, diners salivate over the ribs and brisket at Backyard BBQ Pit.

Chef Ashley Christensen

A proprietor of five different businesses — and counting — in Raleigh (three restaurants, one bar and one cafe), Ashley Christensen recently received a James Beard award for Best Chef in the Southeast. Poole’s Downtown Diner, Beasley’s Chicken & Honey, and Chuck’s are all favorites in town for their great food and diverse menus.


You can’t visit the Southeast without having some homey comfort food, and Raleigh-Durham is the perfect place to get some. In Durham, Mama Dip’s is known for its fried chicken and sweet potato biscuits, while in Raleigh, you can chow down on pork shank and blue cheese grits at 18 Seaboard.


In the heart of downtown Raleigh is one of it most popular bars, Foundation, an underground space that is as dark yet inviting as a modern-day speakeasy, without the overcrowding. $1 will get you a membership card and entry to the bar, where you can fill up on phenomenally crafted cocktails and local beers.

Players Retreat

North Carolina is renowned for its great sports teams, so rest assured that there are sports bars where you can go catch a game or two. Players Retreat has been around since 1951, slinging tasty, affordable bar food and a huge assortment of drinks, including the “largest single malt selection” in the state.

Motorco Music Hall

Located in Durham, Motorco Music Hall has enough room for your whole party and then some. This spacious bar and music venue boasts a stage, full bar, party room and outdoor patio. On nights when there aren’t live performances going on, Motorco has been known to show sports and even host TV-watching parties.

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