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North Carolina's largest city is a business-minded, fast-paced urban centre, which pushes forward towards everything new, rather than lingering over the old. America's largest banking center after New York, Charlotte is home to new sports complexes, museums, and trendy lofts.
Skyscrapers tower over Charlotte's contemporary Uptown, where you'll find most of the city's banks, hotels, restaurants, museums and other attractions. Uptown is also the city's main hub for nightlife, with the largest concentration of clubs found near the intersection of College St. and 5th St. A little north of Uptown is NoDa (North Davidson), a small, bohemian area filled with renovated textile miles. Most areas of the city are fairly pedestrian-friendly, or you can also take advantage of the city's buses, light rail, and trolley system to get around.
During April and May, one of Charlotte's loveliest attractions is the botanical gardens at the University of North Carolina campus. In addition to azaleas, native Carolina trees and wildflowers, the gardens are also home to a tropical rainforest conservatory. Charlotte's science museum, Discovery Place, is a popular attraction for all ages, featuring educational events, shows, and live animals. You'll also find a few good museums, including the Levine Museum of the New South, a collection of exhibits that explore the Southern United States during the post-Civil War period. Kick up the adrenaline a notch at the US National Whitewater Center, which offers a range of activities, including whitewater rafting, kayaking, zip-lining, mountain biking, and eco trekking. The Billy Graham Library is a popular spot for religious tourism, and Freedom Park, which is centered on a 7-acre lake, is a nice place for a stroll.
Charlotte may not have that overall down-home feeling, but its cuisine is still quintessentially Southern, with specialities like catfish, fried green tomatoes, grits, fried chicken and pecan pie. It's also an excellent place for anything barbecued, with wood-fired or pit-cooked pork served with coleslaw and hush puppies. Be sure to try Cheerwine, a cherry-flavoured soft drink which is a local favourite, as well as traditional sweet iced tea.
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