Flying to Charleston, S.C. for the holidays?

You won’t be alone! You and millions of others will be traveling to Charleston and other places. Before you start the trek you may want to step back and consider factors that might delay your travels – namely, a high volume of travelers and parking deck construction at the Charleston International Airport.

CountOn2.com: “Airport officials say to arrive extra early for your flight over the Thanksgiving holiday”

Post and Courier: “Charleston airport lays out holiday parking plan as new deck construction cuts into space

“Coffee lovers to unite for Charleston Coffee Fest at LO-Fi Brewing” ABCNews4.com

“On Sunday, February 9th, java junkies will find themselves in caffeine heaven when they attend the 6th annual Charleston Coffee Fest at LO-Fi Brewing. The event runs from 10 am until 3 pm.

The Charleston Coffee Fest, formerly the Charleston Coffee Cup, is a family-friendly event celebrating the Holy City’s burgeoning craft coffee culture…”

https://abcnews4.com/features/4-the-lowcountry/holy-city-sinner/coffee-lovers-to-unite-for-charleston-coffee-fest-at-lo-fi-brewing

Source: ABCNews4.com

“Charleston, South Carolina: Must-see spots the tour guides may not show you” USAToday.com

Owner of Bulldog Tours, Charleston, S.C.
Source: USAToday.com
Source: USAToday.com
“John LaVerne, owner of Bulldog Tours, says that after taking a guided tour of Charleston, you should “just start walking.”

USA Today leads you in a journey of Charleston via 39 photos and dialogue. It includes suggestions by some of the local tour guides. I suspect that you will find a suggestion of something that you haven’t experienced.

Check out the guide!