The Holy City Calls -- Charleston!
Updated: Jul 29
Be immersed in Charleston's distinct history while visiting this awesome coastal destination! Charleston is an excellent vacation getaway for solo, families, romance, education tours, and groups. It is known as the Holy City because of the vast number of churches in the City!
Finding a tour, the beach, a spa, dining experience, or other activities to enjoy is plentiful. So prepare to hop on for the warm hospitality and charm that designates Charleston at top of the class! This is a must visit domestic destination.
Endless Activities, Nightlife & Entertainment. There is so much to do and what you decide depends on you.
Charleston Harbor Tours. Also offer a signature Blues & BBQ Cruise.
Catfish Row. The setting of George Gershwin’s dynamic opera, Porgy & Bess.
The South's oldest AME church, Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
The Slave Quarters are still in their original unlived-in condition.
Gullah Tours. Explore places, history and stories relevant to the rich contribu-tions by Black Charlestonians.
Feast your way through the culinary history and culture, Charleston Food Tour.
Isla Surf School. Lessons and summer camps for all ages.
Fort Sumter National Monument. Site of the first shots of the Civil War.
The 10th US Navy aircraft carrier at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum.
Where to Eat. We leave it up to you to choose from the many dining establishments. Charleston is among the best in the world to get your eat and drink on! Fine dining, just-caught seafood, farm-fresh southern, international, breweries, and more! If it's not on the menu, ask.
Events. Charleston offers a stunning array of festivals, music, nightlife, and cultural activities year round.
Charleston Beer Week. The local craft beer lover’s paradise.
The PGA Championship. Hosted at Kiawah Island Golf Resort's Ocean Course.
Malibu Open Professional Waterski Festival at Trophy Lakes on John’s Island.
The Sweetgrass Festival. Showcases the Gullah People's cultures.
Freedom’s Eve: Celebrating a Gullah Geechee Tradition. New Year’s Eve “Watch Night” service commemorating . . . when the Gullah Geechee in the Lowcountry began to emerge from slavery after the Emancipation Proclamation effected.
Charleston Wine + Food Festival. Make your own savory dish:
Where to Stay. Charleston has a multitude of historic inns, beach side resorts and hotels perfect for your stay:
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