When the first patented, gas-powered automobile hit the streets, almost 150 years ago, it was the beginning of a new age in transportation. However, that great and successful invention marked the end of horses being a viable mode of transportation. In the next few decades, if you had lived during that time, you would see the slow decline of horse drawn carriages replaced with fast moving automobiles. But it did spell the end of horses!
While many traditions, like Amish, utilize horse and buggy rides as their means of getting around, those who do not hold to those traditions do not have to look far to gain access to a horse drawn carriage. In fact, some states actually offer horse carriage tours through their various historical sites, like Charleston carriage tours evening! We should be thanking horses because not only have they, essentially, provided jobs for individuals in the field of travel and tourism, which just so happens to be one of the nine jobs America depends on, but it has allowed people to experience a sliver of the old world, a window through time through Charleston carriage tours evening. And it is tourism and travel that provide America with 2.7 percent of its gross domestic products, perhaps through the act of vacationing and buying gifts.
It is activities like Charleston carriage tours evening that provide families the opportunity to create memories. Who does not like an enjoyable, relaxing ride on their vacation? In fact, 37 percent of families have admitted they are most happy when they go away and see the world, making vacations the most fun families have. And if you are taking your significant other, it should be noted that 42 percent of tourists feel vacations are very romantic.
If you are looking for a vacation spots that offer horse and buggy rides, look no further than charleston carriage tours evening . In fact, Travel and Leisure Magazine’s list in 2016, titled “World’s Best Cities,” Charleston was number one on the list. And rightfully so! Charleston actually founded America’s first museum just three years, 1773, before America was recognized as a country in 1776. And since it was founded in 1670, Charleston has been recording 300 years of history. It is Charleston’s rich history that surely attracts the hundred of thousands of visitors and tourists that grace their streets every single year, and with 90 miles of Atlantic coastline to boot. Could you ask for a more perfect spot?