Wondering where to spend a day exploring from your home base Asheville? These are our favorites.
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Posts from March 2021
Greenville is one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. right now, and it can be a great destination for a low-key romantic getaway. The walkable downtown area has date activities around every corner, including award-winning restaurants, cultural museums, and a 14-acre zoo. Greenville also has plenty of green spaces and hiking trails for couples who are outdoorsy and looking for an adventure.
We’ve gotten pretty familiar with all the U.S. cities that should be on your must-move-to lists, but how about a big move to a smaller scene (i.e. with a population under 100,000)? If you have kids at home, a smaller town or a scaled-back suburb—with easy access to metropolitan amenities— might be the best thing for your family.
If the South’s big cities are the lauded older sibling and its small towns the beloved youngest child, then the region’s up-and-coming cities could very well be relegated to middle-child status, sometimes overshadowed and left to go about their business quietly. But in the past few years, many of these smaller urban spots have stepped into the limelight, earning their stripes as destinations in their own right.
The secret's out about this charming South Carolina city. Eat your way through a fantastic food scene, shop Southern treasures, and explore one of the region's best bike trails.
Less than two miles from Main Street, The Village of West Greenville has been quietly expanding, gearing up for its moment in the spotlight.
Destinations that appeal to groups of all ages