Original Charleston Tours
With Travel Writer Jill Paris
Fun Things To Do In Charleston - Where To Eat, Drink, Shop, Sleep, Walk, Gawk, Repeat.
For Immediate Release October 7, 2019 CHARLESTON NAMED TOP CITY IN THE WORLD OUTSIDE THE U.K. AND NO. 1 SMALL CITY IN THE U.S. BY CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER Charleston International Airport and Kiawah Island Receive National Accolades CHARLESTON, S.C. – For the ninth consecutive year, Charleston has been named the most popular city in the U.S., according to Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Charleston also earned the top spot in the inaugural list of the Top 20 Cities in the World Outside the United Kingdom. In its first year as a global brand, Condé Nast Traveler combined its annual reader surveys in the U.S. and U.K. into one global Readers’ Choice Awards list. Charleston is one of only three U.S. cities voted among the top world destinations outside the U.K. Results of the 32nd annual awards were announced today and will be celebrated in the November issue. Over 600,000 Condé Nast Traveler readers submitted a recording-breaking
Best of Historic Charleston
This is the perfect walking tour for the first-time visitor or repeat guest. We’ll cover iconic landmarks such as St. Philip’s Church, the French Quarter, the Dock Street Theatre, Rainbow Row, The Battery, White Point Garden, Calhoun Mansion, and so much more.
TV & Movie Tour by Van
I’m proud to present this exclusive driving tour starring dozens of locations from popular TV and movies filmed around Charleston. This jam-packed route covers the entire peninsula in a climate-controlled van that seats 10 passengers comfortably.
Love Stories of Charleston
Tread carefully inside the graveyard said to be haunted by the subject of Edgar Allan Poe’s poem Annabel Lee. Glimpse the former brothel house once owned by a madam loved by many.
Amazing Ladies of Charleston
Strolling down the charming streets and hidden alleys of the French Quarter and South of Broad, you’ll be privy to the secrets of local characters and learn about the southern culture through heartfelt tales, not lectures.