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Walk storied streets, peer into dazzling historic homes, take a carriage tour and discover the local cuisine. Charleston is a playground waiting to be explored.
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Two nights accommodation, meals as indicated and sightseeing as specified.
Uncover the history and architecture of Charleston, travelling the cobblestoned streets by horse drawn carriage as you learn tales of the heritage of the town. Sample the unique delicacies and cuisine of Charleston on a foodie tour and take a trip back in time on a walking tour through the historic Battery.
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Take a foodie tour of the city's culinary landmarks
Uncover the stunning architectural heritage of Charleston's historic district
Take a horse drawn carriage ride
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Obtain a unique insight into the history of Charleston as you travel along the cobble stone streets in a horse-drawn carriage. An entertaining guide in Confederate uniform shares humorous tales.
Discover how the city’s unique cuisine has evolved while sampling delicious specialties from local eateries, and culinary landmarks on today’s immersive food tour. (L)
Explore the historic Battery, meander through back alleyways and enjoy the beauty of traditional Charleston architecture on a two hour walking tour. Highlights include Rainbow Row, antebellum mansions, hidden gardens, courtyards, churches and their graveyards and more.
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