Flights to Charleston, SC (CHS)
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- Row Houses Slide 1 of 3: Charleston’s unique architectural scene is possibly most characterized by its colorful row houses – with Rainbow Row the most photographed of the group -- that line streets just off the beach
- The Lowcountry Slide 2 of 3: From historic sites and buildings to the amazing, fresh seafood found along the marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry, the area offers a unique cultural experience for visitors.
- Walking Tours Slide 3 of 3: One of the best ways to experience Charleston is simply to explore by foot. Walking underneath old oak trees, through gardens and dipping among row houses gives visitors the perfect perspective.
Recently renovated and offering 5 new terminals, the Charleston International Airport serves over 3 million people annually. You’ll find arrivals and departures located on the same floor, with two concourses A and B. You’ll pass through a single security checkpoint to enter both concourses. Find Delta and Delta Connection flights located in Concourse A.
Charleston represents one of the great food scenes of the United States. Whether it’s the Lowcountry influence of its seafood and barbecue, or the world-renowned chefs that have made the city their home, Charleston has put its stamp on America’s culinary scene. But beyond the food is a beach destination unlike any other. Walking tours of its old streets, through houses and homes that seem straight from the 18th century, give visitors the feeling of stepping back in time. But at night, the city feels alive as a modern destination, with lively nightlife, bars, concerts and more.
Charleston’s mild climate in the spring and fall make it a top destination of choice for those looking to get away to a beach destination. Summer months are warmer in this subtropical climate, and temperatures can dip into the 30° F in January.