One of the benefits of living in Charlotte is the easy travel access that we have. Being a hub for American Airlines, it is easy to get to many destinations around the country and around the world.

Charlotte is also within driving distance from many great places to visit – the beaches and the mountains within our own state, major cities like Washington DC and Atlanta, and historic places like Savannah and Charleston. This week we take a look around Charleston, its history, shopping, and dining (which has a rising reputation with foodies).

Join us for a photo tour and check out some of the locations we visited when you are planning your next trip. Scroll to the bottom for a list of ideas.

Places to See

Rainbow Row
Charleston City Market
King Street – Shopping and Dining
White Point Garden
Joe Riley Waterfront Park
Pineapple Fountain – 1 Vendue
French Quarter
Fort Sumter
South Carolina Aquarium
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
College of Charleston
Circular Congregational Church
Unitarian Church
French Huguenot Church


Charleston Harbor Tour
Fort Sumter Tour
Sunset Harbor Tour
Charleston Marsh Eco Cruise
Charleston City Horse Carriage Tours
Ghosts of Charleston Walking Tour


Featured Restaurants:
Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
Vincent Chiccos – Italian
Eleve Wine Bar
Bourbon & Bubbles
Well Hung Vineyards
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar

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