There are lots of “villes” attracting travelers from across the world these days. There’s Tennessee’s Nashville, aka Music City, North Carolina’s mountainous arts district Asheville, but there’s one other ville that is climbing the ranks.
(Hint: It’s not the other little-known “ville” in Tennessee, Greeneville, spelled with that awkward fourth “e.”)
“Yeah, that Greenville” as its slogan suggests. Burrowed in the Blue Ridge Mountains roughly midway between Charlotte and Atlanta, Greenville, South Carolina, recently became a recommended global stop by New York-based, destination magazine Travel + Leisure.
Original article by Candace Dantes, continue reading at AJC.com