Charlotte attractions are incredibly diverse so you will be sure to find something to suit everyone. The energy of the Charlotte region may have been sparked by its racing roots, but restaurants, craft breweries, nightlife and culture keep fuelling the excitement in North Carolina’s largest city. Raft the rapids where Olympians train at the U.S. National White water Center. Spend a day on the water at Lake Norman or an afternoon at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.
Pick up your hired car and drive south towards Charleston in the neighbouring state of South Carolina. Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, a celebrated restaurant community and mannerly people, Charleston remains one of the top destination cities in the world. You can discover a new meaning to comfort food as you taste your way through the city’s many acclaimed restaurants, explore its famed sights and historical district by land, by sea or by horse drawn carriage. Take a scenic 20 mile drive away to Plantation Peach Tea, the only commercial tea garden in North America.
Then continue your journey to Savannah Georgia. You will not be disappointed. Savannah is considered one of the Jewels of the South. Situated on the Atlantic thousand island coast, on the banks of the Savannah River, it is the oldest city in the state of Georgia. The city is very unique as it is make up of 22 park squares and is one of the largest National Historic landmarks in the USA. It has beautiful architecture, cobbled streets, amazing restaurants and has a really good nightlife scene. Take a guided walking tour, an old town trolley tour or better still a horse drawn carriage through its historic district. It’s believed to be haunted so ghost tours are pretty popular too!
Charleston - Wander through its one of a kind shops or its downtown bustling marketplace where you will find artisan crafts such as Charleston Sweetgrass baskets.
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Day 7-9 Savannah Stay