When you hear, what’s the best city in the world, where does your mind go? I honestly start thinking about places out of the United States or maybe larger cities like New York or Los Angeles. But did South Carolina ever come to mind? As a girl born and raised in Charleston, I never really think about the fact we are known all around the world.
Travel + Leisure’s “World’s Best” is here and we are going crazy over some of the results. The “25 best cities in the world” is one list that can have you ready to stamp your passport every day of the year. From places in Europe and Asia, you start to wonder what these historic places have to offer. Well, you won’t have to travel too far for one of this year’s top destinations. That’s right, a city in South Carolina has made the list! One of the best cities in the world is literally not too far away from you. I am sure you probably can guess which city made the list but check it out anyway. Here are Travel + Leisure’s 2022 25 best cities in the world.
Outer Banks Ranks as One of the Best Islands in the Continental U.S.
Who said you had to travel far to discover some of the best islands. That’s right, going to an island doesn’t always mean leaving the country. Sometimes, going to the islands is about embracing what is in your own backyard. America has some of the most beautiful and unique islands throughout the country. Especially on the southeast coast.
Travel + Leisure has released its “America’s Best” for 2022 and we’re taking a look into the best islands in the continental U.S. Of course there are great spots in Florida talked about all of the time. But, can’t forget about Georgia, South Carolina, and right here in North Carolina. Readers rated islands based on their activities and sights, natural attractions and beaches, food, friendliness, and overall value. Now, we’re here to share that North Carolina’s Outer Banks made the list! Sounds like the Tar Heel state has plenty to offer this year. Check out what other islands made Travel + Leisure’s 2022 best islands in the continental U.S.