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In Charlotte, vacation rentals start at $31 per night.
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Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and is nicknamed the “Queen City” in honor of Great Britain’s former queen, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. The nation’s second leading financial center, Charlotte is a city rich in history with lots of restaurants, museums, and other unique attractions that has lots to offer, whether you’re here for a long visit or a short weekend trip.
Things to Do in Charlotte
There are plenty of fun and interesting things to do during your stay in Charlotte. For a museum day, stop by the Mint Museum Uptown to see their craft and design exhibits, along with national traveling exhibitions. Also check out the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, which features works by famous artists such as Picasso and Warhol, as well as the Mint Museum Randolph, which is located in Myers Park and has a vast collection of historic costume, American and European decorative art, and much more. For a day spent outdoors in nature, take a stroll through the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, which consists of 110-acres of gardens, fountains, and an orchid conservatory. You can also go on a private safari at Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville, a 3.5-mile zoo that is home to more than 750 animals. Charlotte NC Tours also offers fun themed tours of the city’s arts, haunted sites and attractions, food spots, and more. On First Fridays, the historic South End’s Gallery Crawl features gallery exhibits of local artists, photography, and other types of art. Each September, Freedom Park hosts over 100,000 people at its annual Festival in the Park, featuring hundreds of artists, entertainers, and food vendors. If you’re looking for extra thrills, head to Paramount’s Carowinds amusement park, which is home to two of the world’s tallest rollercoasters.
Charlotte Day Trips
If you’re eager for a beach day and can handle the three-hour car drive, head to Myrtle Beach in South Carolina, which is known for its beautiful waterfront and for being part of a 60-mile string of beaches. Asheville, North Carolina makes for a great day trip, being a two-hour drive away via the I-40 E, known for its mountain vibe and Downtown Art District scene with galleries, museums, and artist studios. The city of Greensboro is an hour-and-a-half away by car if you take the I-85 S, and local attractions include the historic Blandwood Mansion and Gardens, the Carolina Theatre of Greensboro, and the Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Point, which includes a wave pool and water slides for the entire family. The city of Durham is two-hours away and is home to Duke University and the Sarah P. Duke Gardens: 55-acres of landscaped gardens that are a memorial to the mother of one of the university’s benefactors.
There are a variety of places to stay in Charlotte, whether you’re looking for a historical Southern mansion, a charming Craftsman, or a luxury high-rise. Tripping.com offers Charlotte vacation rentals and Charlotte short-term rentals all over town. Book a rental in Myers Park, which is one of the city’s more prestigious neighborhoods filled with eclectic restaurants, home décor shops, and home to Manor Theatre, which screens foreign and independent films. Rent a bungalow-style home along one of the tree-lined streets of Dilworth, which is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and has a diverse choice of restaurants and shops located along East Boulevard. South End is another popular area to stay with its endless variety of antique shops, restaurants, gallery crawl events and festivals like South End Soul: a five-day celebration of art, innovation and design. If you’re looking for a more college-town feel, rent an apartment in University, a neighborhood near the University of North Carolina Charlotte, where students and locals catch concerts at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. No matter what type of place you’re looking for, Tripping has a variety of rentals to fit into your budget!
There are many different ways to get around Charlotte, whether you’re looking to travel by foot or vehicle. Many people take the AMTRAK, which has eight trains at the Charlotte Station offering direct service to over 500 destinations in 48 states, and also offers checked baggage service and free parking. The LYNX Blue Line light rail is 9.6 miles long, runs from I-485 at South Boulevard to Uptown Charlotte, and takes passengers to many of Charlotte’s major attractions. For a fun way to see the city, consider going on a horse-drawn carriage, renting a bicycle or Segway.
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