Charleston, South Carolina.

Ivy steps - very cool idea, but I am wondering how slippery it might be? Love, love, love the front door and the chandelier!

Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Charleston, South Carolina

A Photo Tour of Charleston, South Carolina, America's No. 1 City

The Planters Inn, in Charleston's historic district, has a tiny but elegant bar.

Unique in the world: Originally built in the Planters Inn is located in the very heart of Charleston’s famed Historic District.

This coconut cake alone is worth a trip to Charleston. It’s served at the famed Peninsula Grill at the Planters Inn—a golden and towering 12-layer creation of vanilla-accented pound cake and whipped coconut cream.

Top 10 Reasons People Love Charleston

***Top 10 Reasons People Love Charleston, SC ~ This coconut cake alone is worth a trip to Charleston. It’s served at the famed Peninsula Grill at the Planters Inn—a golden and towering creation of vanilla-accented pound cake and whipped coconut cream.

In addition to doughnuts, the Marion Square farmers' market in Charleston sells the South Carolina Low-country's famously fresh produce.

In addition to doughnuts, the Marion Square farmers' market in Charleston sells the South Carolina Low-country's famously fresh produce.

Fresh pasta and local clams at FIG in Charleston

FIG's chef, Mike Lata, prefers to keep things simple at his acclaimed Charleston restaurant, serving up local, sustainably grown produce as well as this dish of fresh pasta and local clams.

The Cocktail Club, Charleston

The 8 Best Cocktail Bars in the South: New Orleans, Charleston, and More

The South gave us iconic libations like the Sazerac and the mint julep, and its bars continue to innovate today. Here are eight great spots across the South that are mixing up the very latest in cocktail culture.

Husk in Charleston, SC

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Interactive – Husk Restaurant: A Celebration of Southern Ingredients

One of the reasons Condé Nast Traveler's readers picked Charleston, South Carolina, as their favorite city: the food. And after eating Lowcountry specialties like she-crab soup, it's easy to see why.

Lowcountry Cuisine: One More Reason to Love Charleston

One of the reasons Condé Nast Traveler's readers picked Charleston, South Carolina, as their favorite city: the food.- Lowcountry specialties like she-crab soup, it's easy to see why.

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