Find complete weekend itineraries and editors' favorite picks for these great fall city destinations.
Though Charlotte's Center City thrives with the metropolitan buzz you'd expect in a downtown, we want to take you a little
south of the hustle and bustle this weekend--SouthPark, to be exact. Wonderful shops and restaurants fill the neighborhoods
in this hip area of North Carolina's Queen City.
Autumn brings a kaleidoscope of color to Louisville. The city features a plethora of parks and graceful neighborhoods, as
well as college campuses--all with enough turning leaves to create a fall fantasia for exploring. Now's the time to put on
your walking shoes and search out the best music, artwork, and events of the season.
People love San Antonio. It's hard not to. This is a city bursting with Texas history and Hispanic culture, as well as good
ole, rip-roarin' Lone Star fun. Whether your pockets carry only lint or you're using pesos as pebbles to skip in a stream,
you can truly enjoy this top tourist spot in the South. We put on our walking shoes and hunted down terrific restaurants,
entertainment, and lodging at three different price points. Pack your sombrero, and get ready to make some memories.
Whether you’ve got a week or a weekend to spare make the time to see Austin. This music town embraces everyone―from eclectic
musicians to buttoned-up legislators to cowboys to hippies. Here are my must-dos in Texas’s capital city and their opposites―attractions
that really show Austin’s diverse appeal.
Of course there’s all that great food and the stately buildings, but it’s the open-air spaces that make us love Savannah.
On balmy days that roll softly into evening, you’ll want to be outdoors as much as you can. Stroll the waterfront. Explore
the cozy neighborhoods of a city filled with manicured garden squares. Take a carriage ride. Here’s a plan for a busy, fun-filled
weekend that includes old favorites and some new surprises.
Coming back to New Orleans after a long absence is like getting reacquainted with an old friend--a vibrant, stylish, irreverent,
food-loving, foot-stomping, good-times-rolling friend. From the unapologetic bawdiness of Bourbon Street to the elegant grace
of Royal, the French Quarter packs amazing variety into a single neighborhood.
Charleston sparkles this time of year. From the sun-dappled water beside The Battery to autumn's afternoon light against the
city's legendary steeples, the colors will make you want to move here.
If you only have a weekend to spend, though, we'll help you make the most of it. With average temperatures this month in the mid-70s, it's the ideal season for an active itinerary. Get outside, do a little window shopping, and savor the fresh flavors that make this city famous.
Water. In Jacksonville, it's everywhere. Perched next to the vast Atlantic Ocean, this Florida city is split in two by the
St. Johns River. With the following pointers, you'll have more than enough to keep you busy, and hopefully plenty of time
to stick your toes in the ocean.
Few Southern cities offer more abundant nightlife than Washington, D.C. It's not a stay-up-all-night city or a roll-up- the-sidewalks-at-5
p.m. small town. No, this city is more of a sophisticated lady, with enough cultural treasures, restaurants, and activities
to fill a lifetime of summer nights. Whatever you like to do, you can find it here. From star-studded events to back-alley
music clubs, D.C. offers the ultimate entertainment package.