The American south is charming and lovely. The south is known for its hospitality, food, and low key activities. The people in the south are not as concerned as with status as some people in the big cities are. So if you are looking for a nice vacation, this is the right destination. We have collected for you the cutest towns, the ones with history, culture and some tasty food.
Beaufort, South Carolina
If you have never been to South Carolina, you must visit it. In particular, you have to go to Beaufort. It is a quiet waterfront, a historic downtown clad with art galleries, local restaurants and streets lined with live-oak trees.
If you are still not convinced, we suggest you travel to Bardstown, the second oldest city of Kentucky. This town has another claim to fame: as the “Bourbon Capital of the World” and home to the Maker’s Mark and the Jim Beam distilleries. On top of that, the town has plenty of allure with its picturesque courthouse square.
Destin instead is in Florida and it is an amazing beach town with white-sand shores, golf courses and some of the best fishing in the country. Don’t forget to take a break from the beach and eat some funky seafood shacks and mahi-mahi.
Fredericksburg is located in the middle of Hill Country. As you can tell from the name, it is a German-influenced town. You’ll find people barbecuing, drinking beer, singing and dancing. So have a nice trip and as Southerners love saying: Have a good one!