Charleston Photo Book

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Before I started my own travel blog, one of my favorite things to look at were the “travel journal” or “photo journal” posts. One in particular I remember was “20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Whistler” from one of the best-known travel bloggers, The Blonde Abroad. I look through that post and ache to visit that winter wonderland. I hope I can inspire that same wanderlust in you with this Charleston Photo Book.

Charleston is one of my absolute favorite cities in the US. I typically go back every year for a long weekend. There are so many picture-perfect locations in the city and surrounding area. Beautiful architecture, cobblestone streets, quaint houses, old winding oak trees, and lush courtyards. Visit a plantation in the area and you may think you’ve been plucked from real-life and dropped in a movie set.

Related: Ultimate Guide to Charleston, SC

If you’ve never been, I highly recommend you start planning a trip now.

Downtown

Rainbow Row on East Bay Street. Trees and cars line the sidewalk. Perfect addition to the Charleston Photo Book.
Cobblestone street in downtown. Couldn't do a Charleston Photo Book without cobblestone.

Historic Charleston

Ft. Macon
Tyler in a fighter plane on the Yorktown in Mt. Pleasant.

Food

Things to Do

Harbor tours.
Magnolia Plantation
Magnolia Plantation

As you can see Charleston offers beautiful landscapes, a gorgeous city, and many interesting things to do. It’s perfect for a girl’s weekend, family vacation, couples trip, or multi-generational trip. Once you visit, I feel sure you’ll want to return again and again. And I’m hoping this Charleston Photo Book will convince you to take that first trip.

If you need help planning your trip be sure to check out my article on How to Plan Your Dream Vacation. Stay tuned for my Ultimate Guide to Charleston coming after the first of the year. It truly is one of my favorite vacation locations because it’s easy for me to get to, there is no shortage of things to do, and the food is incredible. What are you most excited for?

About Me

Anna Cook

Hey Guys! I’m Anna, a small town girl from North Carolina with a passion for exploring this beautiful world. I work a fulltime job, so I make the most of my weekends and 15 vacation days. I created this site to inspire people like you to make travel a bigger part of your life and help you figure out how to do that. If you like what you see be sure to follow along on social media.

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