The best time to visit Charleston is from March to May and from September to November as the weather is just right for sightseeing and the pretty magnolia trees are in bloom. However, this is also peak tourist season and hotel rates are high (especially around Easter). So if you’re on a budget, it’s best to visit in the late fall or early winter.
There’s no dearth of options when it comes to getting around Charleston. While it is an absolute delight to explore the city on foot, there are other economical options like buses, pedicabs and bikes. You can always hail a taxi or book an Uber and Lyft. The bike share scheme in the city is convenient and popular and rates start from US$8/hour or US$12 for a day pass (there are monthly and annual passes too). If you’re planning to take the bus, consider getting a bus pass as you need to carry the exact change otherwise. A one-day pass is roughly uS$7, so if you’re watching your budget, this is the perfect way to travel.
Among the noteworthy points of interest in Charleston are The Battery, historic plantations such as Boone Hall and Middleton Place, Fort Sumter, the Charleston City Market, and the iconic Rainbow Row.
Charleston boasts a variety of scenic beaches, with Folly Beach and Isle of Palms standing out as the favored choices among visitors. These shores provide ample opportunities for enjoying sunshine, sandy shores, and engaging in water-based activities.
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