If you’ve never traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, it’s a “must” on your travel bucket list. The historic and charming city is a beautiful place to visit year-round, and even though it’s a favorite among tourists, it’s easy to fit in wherever you go. Planning a summer getaway to Charleston? Here are some things to see and do and a few other things to consider.
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Isle of Palms, one of Charleston’s barrier islands, is located just 30 minutes from the historic city of Charleston, South Carolina. The island offers sweeping views of marsh, the intracoastal waterway and six miles of white, sandy beaches. More
Columbia is the capital city of South Carolina and home of the University of South Carolina. This charming, southern city is both a family and budget friendly destination. Families can stay downtown and enjoy easy walkability to many local attractions. Outside of the city center, Riverbanks Zoo and other neighborhoods are a just short drive away. Kids won’t get restless going from place to place! Check out these things to do with kids in Columbia, South Carolina. More
Greenville, South Carolina exudes southern charm and hospitality. From its tree-lined Main Street studded with shops and galleries to the 40-acre Falls Park on the Reedy River and the swooping Liberty Bridge over the falls, this is small-town America at its best.
Surrounded by miles of two-lane roads, state parks and designated trails, this is prime cycling country. But that’s not all there is to Greenville. The city is brimming with cultural venues, historic sites, and great restaurants.
This favorite East coast beach town may just have the highest per capital number of breakfast restaurants and pancake houses in the nation, but if you want more than just the run-of-the-mill breakfast options, head to these local favorites. I’ve eaten at each and every one of these local breakfast places and can guarantee they offer some of the best breakfasts in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. More
When you think of topiary art, you probably think of Disney World. I do too, but I recently discovered that the magical world of topiaries extends all the way to the small town of Greenwood, South Carolina during an annual month-long festival. More