With over 1 million citizens currently living there, Fairfax is the most heavily populated county in the DC-Metro Area. Several commuting routes run through Fairfax County such as the Capital Beltway (I-495), I-66, and I-95. It also includes the Washington Metro Orange, Silver, Blue & Yellow Lines. Take a trip using the Washington Dulles International Airport.
Visit the Fair Oaks Mall which houses the two-story Forever 21 and other stores such as J.Crew, Pottery Barn and the Apple Store, the Tysons Corner Center, the largest shopping mall in the state of Virginia with stores such as Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters, and L.L. Bean, or the Tyson's Galleria which has several designer stores including Chanel, Versace, Tory Burch, and Neiman Marcus.
Watch a concert at the EagleBank Arena (previously named the Patriot Center) at George Mason University or the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts outside of Vienna.
Many cities in Fairfax County Include:
Centreville - Approximately 20 miles west of Washington D.C. lies the suburb of Centreville with commuting routes for this neighborhood include Route 28, 29, and I-66. In this in-between town of Manassas and Fairfax, you have a combination of parks and wildlife along with shopping and dining.
Clifton - With rich history and affectionately titled the "Brigadoon" of Virginia, the small population of Clifton are used to the hilled, curvy streets and beautiful homes with tree-lined views.
Great Falls - Great Falls is a residential town in Virginia. One major attraction in the area is the Great Falls Park which overlooks the Great Falls of the Potomac River, for which the community and the park are named
Herndon - Along the Dulles Technology Corridor lies the town of Herndon. With Dulles International Airport nearby, this town provides urban and suburban-style living.
McLean - In 2018, it was announced that McLean was the 3rd wealthiest city in America. With the town bordering Arlington, Falls Church, Tysons Corner and Maryland, McLean features
Vienna - Once a rural town, this economically booming town borders Tyson's Corner. With plenty of neighborhoods, this area gives you luxury living in upscale communities.