Most Overlooked Travel Destination In The United States | ASHEVILLE | NORTH CAROLINA

Most Overlooked Travel Destination In The United States | ASHEVILLE | NORTH CAROLINA

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3 Popular Attractions In North Carolina


  • Biltmore Estate: 8000-acre estate in Asheville, North Carolina.|
  • Blue Ridge Parkway: Scenic drive that goes through Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.|
  • Cape Hatteras: Cape on the eastern coast of North Carolina.|
  • Carowinds: Amusement park in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • Charlotte Motor Speedway: Car racing track in Concord, North Carolina.|
  • Clingmans Dome: Mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina.|
  • Discovery Place: Science museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center: Theater in Durham, North Carolina.|
  • Outer Banks: Barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina.|
  • Grandfather Mountain: Mountain and state park near Linville, North Carolina.|
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: National park on the border of North Carolina and Tennessee.|
  • NASCAR Hall of Fame: Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.|
  • North Carolina Museum of Art: Art museum in Raleigh, North Carolina.|
  • North Carolina Zoo: Zoo in Asheboro, North Carolina.|
  • Pisgah National Forest: National forest in Nebo, North Carolina.|
  • Sliding Rock: Waterfall in Nebo, North Carolina.|
  • Tweetsie Railroad: Theme park in Blowing Rock, North Carolina.{
  • North Carolina Facts:

    • Charlotte has made quite a few appearances on the big and small screens.
    • Some people believe that Charlotte produced its own Declaration of Independencemore thana year before Philadelphia did. In April, 1819, theRaleigh Registermade a bold claim. Readers were told that, after Lexington and Concord, prominent North Carolina patriots assembled at the Charlotte courthouse. On May 20, 1775, the men allegedly signed a so-called “Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence,” which severed their colony’s ties with Great Britain once and for all. Alas, most historians don’t buy this story—and neither did Thomas Jefferson. It is worth noting that no original copies have ever turned up. So far as we know, the document never existed. Nevertheless, Charlotteans still celebrate May 20 as “Meck Dec Day.” Every year, a reading of the text takes place at Independence Square—along with some good, old-fashioned cannon-firing.
    • Approximately 75% of all theNASCAR teams in the world are headquarteredwithin two hours of uptown Charlotte.
    • Charlotte is home to the corporate headquarters of Bank of America and the east coast operations of Wells Fargo. This makes it the second-largest banking center in the United States.
    • Ranks 1st among top 10 cities with the best employee engagement (Forbes)
    • Charlotte is the second-largest banking center in the United States, and two of the nation's top banks, Wachovia and Bank of America, are headquartered there. Other major employers are the education, health care, government, technology, and communications sectors. The city is a hub for US Airways.
    • Know as “Fish Town” in the early 1700’s when Blackbeard frequented the coast, “Beaufort Town” was established as a seaport with the right to collect customs, in 1722.
    • Andrew Johnson started his career as a tailor’s apprentice in Raleigh, North Carolina and rose to lead in the reuniting of the nation as the seventeenth President of the United States.
    Charlotte, North Carolina
    City of Charlotte
    From top to bottom, left to right: Charlotte skyline, UNC Charlotte, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Spectrum Center, Bank of America Stadium, Romare Bearden Park

    From top to bottom, left to right: Charlotte skyline, UNC Charlotte, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Spectrum Center, Bank of America Stadium, Romare Bearden Park

    The Queen City, The QC, CLT, The Hornet's Nest[1][2]
    Location within Mecklenburg County

    Location within Mecklenburg County
    Charlotte is located in North Carolina

    Location within North Carolina

    Charlotte is located in the United States

    Location within the United States

    Charlotte is located in North America

    Location within North America


    35°13′38″N 80°50′35″W / 35.22722°N 80.84306°W / 35.22722; -80.84306Coordinates: 35°13′38″N 80°50′35″W / 35.22722°N 80.84306°W / 35.22722; -80.84306[3]

    Country United States
    State North Carolina
    County Mecklenburg
    Settled 1755
    Incorporated 1768
    Named for Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

    •Type Council-manager
    •Body Charlotte City Council
    Mayor Vi Lyles (D)

    •City 309.25sqmi (800.94km2)
    •Land 307.26sqmi (795.80km2)
    •Water 1.98sqmi (5.14km2)

    761ft (232m)

    •City 874,579
    •Rank 16th in the United States
    1st in North Carolina
    •Density 2,846.38/sqmi (1,098.99/km2)

    2,660,329 (23rd)
    Demonym(s) Charlottean
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP codes
    28201-28237, 28240-28247, 28250, 28253-28256, 28258, 28260-28262, 28265-28266, 28269-28275, 28277-28278, 28280-28290, 28296-28297, 28299
    Area codes 704, 980
    FIPS code 37-12000[6]
    International airport Charlotte Douglas International Airport
    Interstates I-77.svg I-85.svg I-277.svg I-485.svg
    Public transportation Charlotte Area Transit System


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    Ashville is one of those hidden gems of American cities! It’s packed full of history, gorgeous scenery, amazing food, and also some of the friendliest people you’ll find in the US! This city is a must see for those wanting an amazing get-away spot filled with a little bit of everything for anyone! Thank you so much for watching, and please support us by subscribing, liking, and sharing your thoughts in the comments below! You can purchase our merch, in the link below. Stay tuned for future videos! Who knows? Maybe you’ll see your hometown in the next one! Take care!

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    2. This video is very misleading. Asheville is a nice city, but much of this nature imagery is from other parts of the world. Travel Overlooked should only include imagery FROM the area being featured. Very dishonest to make videos this way.

    3. Asheville is the most OVER HYPED city you can come to. It's all paid advertising to bring more unwanted tourists here. Don't trust the videos and posts. Where should I being? Homelessness, high cost of living, no or low paying jobs, no housing, drunk tourist, overpopulated neighborhoods and streets.. want me to go on? 20 years ago it was fun and unique, now it's just a generic wanna-be rich person retirement mecca. There are many other places in the U.S. to visit and move to.. please do your research.. Asheville is NOT the place.

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