10) Charleston, South Carolina
For laid-back Southern charm look no further than Charleston, South Carolina. As with any place of real historical significance, Charleston offers a maze of enchanting landmarks and charmingly crumbling architecture of days gone by. Founded in 1670, Charleston encourages its visitors to explore in style in one of the city’s traditional horse-drawn carriages.
The beautiful magnolia-lined streets of the bustling French Quarter draw in tourist from around the world with promises of soulful jazz music and tasty creole cooking. Impossibly green parks and plantation gardens encourage visitors to spend as much time as possible outdoors while lovers can make the most of the many converted mansion houses that now serve as luxury hotels.
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