4 Days trip in United States

Budget: 0 USD - 1100 USD City sightseeing Beach activities Outdoor adventures Historical landmarks Cultural experiences Festivals/events Shopping
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The United States is a federal republic located in North America, known for its diverse geography, history, and culture. It is a world superpower and a melting pot of cultures.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to USD
Washington, D.C.
GMT -0400 (Eastern Time Zone)
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Folly Beach

    180 minutes

    Enjoy a morning stroll on one of Charleston's most popular beaches, Folly Beach. It's a great place to sunbathe, swim, and surf.

  2. Historic Charleston City Market

    120 minutes

    Spend some time exploring the historic Charleston City Market. You'll find unique souvenirs, local crafts, and plenty of local food.

  3. Rainbow Row

    60 minutes

    Take a stroll down Rainbow Row, a series of colorful historic homes that are a popular spot for photos and sightseeing.

Day 2

  1. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

    240 minutes

    Explore the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. The plantation offers tours of the historic grounds where you can learn about the history of Charleston and its plantations, as well as enjoy the beautiful gardens.

  2. Nathaniel Russell House

    90 minutes

    Visit the Nathaniel Russell House, a beautifully preserved historic house which reflects the wealth and opulence of Charleston's antebellum society.

  3. Dock Street Theatre

    120 minutes

    Take in a show at the Dock Street Theatre, Charleston's premier venue for live performances like plays, musicals, concerts, and comedy acts.

Day 3

  1. Sullivan's Island Lighthouse

    120 minutes

    Visit the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse, one of the oldest and most important lighthouses in the country. Take a walk along the beach to see the lighthouse up close and learn about its long history.

  2. West Ashley Greenway

    90 minutes

    Rent a bike and cycle along the West Ashley Greenway, a beautiful trail that follows a historic railway through some of Charleston's finest neighborhoods.

  3. Fort Sumter National Monument

    120 minutes

    Take a ferry to see Fort Sumter, the site of the first shots of the American Civil War. The fort's museum and exhibits bring history to life and offer a unique look into the events that shaped Charleston and the country.

Day 4

  1. Charleston Farmers Market

    120 minutes

    Finish your Charleston adventure with a visit to the Charleston Farmers Market, where you can sample local produce, see live music, and browse a variety of artisan goods.

  2. Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum

    180 minutes

    Head across the harbor to Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, where you can explore vintage aircrafts and WWII-era naval ships like the USS Yorktown and the USS Laffey. You'll also get stunning views of Charleston Harbor and the city skyline.

  3. King Street

    120 minutes

    Spend your final evening exploring the boutiques and galleries of King Street, Charleston's premier shopping district. You'll find plenty of local and handmade goods, as well as some of Charleston's best restaurants.

Estimated Cost (USD)


30-50 USD per night
80-130 USD per night
50-100 USD per night


20-30 USD per ride
15-25 USD per ride
Bicycle rental
10-20 USD per day


Budget/Fast food
5-8 USD per meal
Grocery shopping
20-30 USD per day
Fancy restaurant
30-50 USD per meal


Entrance fee for Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
20 USD
Carriage ride in historic district
25 USD per person
Admission fee for Fort Sumter National Monument
10 USD per person

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