Charlotte, North Carolina, explodes with growing businesses, burgeoning sports franchises and an evolving culinary scene. Though the Queen City is known for the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the NASCAR Hall of Fame, it’s much more than a haven for those with a need for speed. Uptown Charlotte – be sure not to call it downtown – is crawling with suits and tourists, while art aficionados and culture hounds flood the Plaza Midwood and NoDa (or North Davidson) neighborhoods. Meanwhile, those in search of a pint of local beer won’t want to miss South End, home to a handful of the city’s top breweries.
The best time to visit Charlotte is March through May or September through November, the shoulder seasons when the city is less crowded and hotels are less expensive. Though it’s tempting to visit in summer thanks to the extended hours offered by some of the city’s top attractions, June through August is also the busiest (not to mention the hottest) time to be in the Queen City. Plan an early autumn visit and you’ll be rewarded with mild temps and agreeable hotel prices. Winters are fairly pleasant – snow is rare and the evening lows hover between 50 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit. You’ll also find that tourists abandon the city this time of year, and hotel rates take a nosedive.
Charlotte’s restaurant scene is a fair representation of its cultural identity: modern, with a bit of Southern tradition. Though it boasts its fair share of Southern comfort food, the city also shows off its flair for fine dining with a variety of sophisticated international and farm-to-fork menus.
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Airports In Charlotte
Charlotte Douglas International Airport – CLT
Charlotte Monroe Executive Airport
Charlotte Airport Industrial
Concourse A – Charlotte Douglas International Airport – CLT
Concourse E-Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Concourse C Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Concourse B – Charlotte Douglas International Airport