There are many reasons why one decides to visit Charleston - fantastic scenery, proximity to water, rich history, amazing wine&dine scenes, etc. But, when you combine all of this with Charleston's climate, economy, utter curb appeal, southern charm, and overall friendliness towards people from all walks of life, it is no wonder why so many of those visitors decide to make this city in South Carolina their forever home. If you are one of those who have chosen to move to Charleston, do not stop being 'touristy.' Put on your walking shoes and explore everything this captivating city has to offer. If you happen to run out of ideas, do not worry, we are here to give you some guidance. Thus, keep on reading to find out all about those fun things to do after moving to Charleston.
Article by Lisa Roberts
Charleston is already considered one of the best places to live in South Carolina, and that really doesn't come as a surprise. As one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the US, it comes with an abundance of opportunities. Work, nightlife, arts and culture, outdoor recreation, beaches, shopping; you name it – Charleston has it. Considering this, it is no wonder that countless young professionals, adventurous souls, and people looking to put down roots chose this gorgeous city to settle in. If you're planning to relocate to Charleston, choosing among the best neighborhoods in Charleston for young professionals can be a seemingly impossible task. To help you narrow down your search, we've compiled a list of the areas you will doubtlessly enjoy.
A ROUNDUP OF FIFTEEN WEDDING VENUES TO CONSIDER FOR YOUR BIG DAY
As a wedding photographer, I have a unique perspective on wedding venues in Charleston because I visit so many of them on a regular basis. I have seen them in different seasons, different weather conditions and so forth.
In this post, I am dishing the pros and cons of each one, and a pointer that I think will come in handy for you as a Bride.
Narrowing to some of my favorite Charleston wedding venues was no easy feat, so only the venues that can accommodate a ceremony and a reception are on this list.
Let’s dive in!
As a longtime Folly Beach local, I’m here to give you the best few hours you can spend on Folly Beach for free. There are tons of restaurants, bars, and shops to spend money on during the rest of your trip, but use this guide for some ways to have fun on the island without bringing your wallet!
The entire island is 5 miles wide. To stay completely free, you can accomplish this tour with your own car and some easy walking. But to have a little more fun, I typically recommend some alternative transportation such as bicycles, mopeds, or golf carts.
The order of this tour is up to you, and you can even break it up into a few different times of day, or different days of your vacation. My preferred order is to explore both ends of the island, then finish at the center of town.