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From snow-capped mountains and rolling pastures to white-sand beaches and winding rivers, the South is filled with postcard-worthy destinations just waiting to be discovered. Hit the open road and explore these 12 hidden gems at the top of the 2023 travel bucket lists.
Heath Dillard will join the tourism organization as president and CEO effective Nov. 14, according to a VisitGreenvilleSC news release.
VisitGreenvilleSC announced on Oct. 25 it has chosen Heath Dillard as its new president and CEO, effective Nov. 14.
The latest entry in the new-play festival game, staged in August across 5 venues in an arts-centric town, had impressive local buy-in and enthusiastic full houses.
Fall can be one of the best travel times of the year and the American South offers a range of adventures for fall travelers, from fun in the sun to flourishing and lively festivals.
From September through November, the Carolinas come alive with joyful celebrations of nature’s bounty and human creativity, making it possible to feed the body and mind without taking your eyes off autumn’s glorious presentation. The 4-day festival, Euphoria, in Greenville S.C. is one not to miss.
Two South Carolina cities were named to Conde Nast Traveler’s best small city list and both are repeat performers. Charleston was named No. 1 for the 11th year in a row and Greenville came in at No. 6 for the second time.