Expert Travel Advice to Charlotte

Top Answers To Charlotte Travel Questions

  • Alana answered:
    I lived in Perugia, Umbria - central Italy, between Florence and Rome, a bit closer to Florence - for 4 months in spring 2007. It was AMAZING. Medium sized, young, vibrant, and global city, beautiful, plenty to see and do, and very centrally located to other places. I would recommend it to anyone, hands down. Spectacular. While there, a few of us rented Vespas and took a road trip to Siena - long trip via Vespa, but absolutely wonderful. Among other things, we ended up in a town called Greve in Tuscany, and went to a beautiful winery called Montefioralle - http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g580240-d1731345-Reviews-Montefioralle_Winery-Greve_in_Chianti_Tuscany.html. The most adorable older man named Fernando Sieni does private wine tastings and cooks homemade meals for people there - hands down, one of the best meals in my life.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Try the Southpark Mall, considered the best mall in Charlotte. There are a lot of boutique stores around there as well.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The best hiking will require a longish drive west to Asheville and the Smoky Mountains, but Charlotte also has some good outdoors options on its doorstep. Two good local picks include 32,500-acre Lake Norman, 35 miles north of Charlotte on I-77, and Crowders Mountain State Park, 25 miles west on I-87.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Ballantyne Resorts

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