Little ol’ Greenville has racked up quite the recognition over the last week.
It started with the Wall Street Journal‘s naming it in the top 10 “buzzy, newly accessible destinations” along with some pretty impressive international locations. And “Southern Living” lauded it as a “foodie paradise.” Locals certainly wouldn’t disagree.
Now the Tennessean has called it “a great choice for a long weekend trip, especially in the fall,” under the headline “Greenville, S.C. thrives with hip urban core.”
The story gives a brief history of Greenville’s transition from mill-town to destination city before providing a weekender’s guide to downtown, beginning with a visit to Falls Park on the Reedy, which has also drawn its fair-share of national recognition.
Then it highlights the Peace Center, the abundant Southern cuisine, the locally owned boutique shops along Main Street, the Heritage Green museums, and of course, the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Sounds like a perfect weekend to us, too.