5 Things a Tourist Definitely Has to Experience When Visiting the South
Southern cliches: NASCAR, guns, trailers, inbreeding. Southern reality: Some of that, but also so much more.
Southerners and frequent visitors know that the South is home to world-class cuisine, historical sites that may as well be time machines and countless other reasons to visit.
Things a Tourist Definitely Has to Experience When Visiting the South
You don’t necessarily have to brave Bourbon Street if you’re not into the party scene, but The French Quarter remains a must-visit attraction for Southern vacationers.
The French Quarter (And Greater New Orleans)
If you’re a savvy researcher or have deeper pockets than most, you’ll track down more secluded beaches that deliver cool sand and gulf (or ocean) views without the crowds.
A trendy spot for bachelor parties, girls-only weekends, weddings, and quick, drivable Southern vacations, Savannah is a not-so-hidden gem located on the Savannah River, only a stone’s throw from the Atlantic Ocean.
You haven’t lived until you’ve had brisket prepared by one of the South’s premier BBQ joints. Do your homework.
The Southeastern Conference (SEC) offers game-day experiences, including massive cocktail parties, cookouts, and boat parties, depending on where you catch a game.
An SEC Football Game
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