El Paso, Texas, is a fabulous city with incredible history and scenery. It is also home to world-famous Lucchese Bootmakers, a luxury brand.
One look at Natchitoches, Louisiana will tell you you’re in one of the prettiest cities in the state—and the film site of Steel Magnolias.
Corinth, Mississippi, is a historic town with a reputation for having a yummy Slugburger sandwich. You’ll definitely want to try this one!
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.
In 1861, the beginning of the Civil War, Atlanta had a population of 9,000. Its location at the crossroads of two major railroads made it an important city for the Confederacy to hold on to. Which they did until the end of a four-month siege, the Battle of Atlanta, when on September 1, 1864, General John Bell Hood retreated laying the city open to General William Tecumseh Sherman. On November 11, 1864, Sherman, starting his march to Savannah gave the order to burn Atlanta to the ground.
Travel the South is run by Melody Pittman and Taylor Hardy. With the help of some fantastic travel writers, they help you plan your travels to the Southern states.
Explore some of the amazing things you can see and do in this unique part of the country!
Our posts may contain Amazon affiliate links. If you click through them, we may earn a fee on any purchases you make, which helps cover our travel expenses. We appreciate your support!