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Charleston, named the Holy City for it’s steeple pierced skyline, is one of the most beautiful and charming cities of the South. It was founded in 1670 and named for King Charles II of England. Since its founding, it has been witness to some of the most unique events and people in American history. Visits from George Washington, our first U.S. president, to the first shots of the Civil War fired at Fort Sumter, to modern day commerce and trade, Charleston is a true American treasure. The Preservation Society of Charleston was founded in 1920, and the restoration and preservation of Charleston’s centuries old buildings began. Now a walk through the cobblestone streets of Charleston feels like going back in time to the 18th and 19th centuries. Each house, church, and store has been delicately preserved to showcase one of the finest cities in American history.


This seven day itinerary helps you experience classic Charleston. It’s full of history tours both in the historic downtown and on the outskirts of town. Experience plantations, haunted ghost tours, and scenic kayak excursions. Recommendations for local restaurants, scenic walks through town, places to stay, and a variety of tips and tricks for Charleston are all included with the events of each day. 


See the very best of Charleston with this thorough itinerary for history lovers, outdoor adventurers, and vacation fanatics. 

Charleston, South Carolina

7 Days

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