Bus from New York to Charlotte
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Bus to Charlotte from New York, wireless internet services is included, buying the ticket online makes it cheaper and faster than purchasing it over the phone or at the location.
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Information about Charlotte:
Charlotte is a grand city in the southern part of central North Carolina. It is the largest city in the state ranking on 17th number according to population in U.S. Charlotte is also known as “City of Churches”. The city has mild winter and humid summer kind of climate with average temperature 32° F in winters and 80.4° F in summers. The season of spring is the longest one. Charlotte has 500 headquarters, museums, nightclubs, restaurants, parks and theaters.
A famous airport of the city is “Charlotte Douglas International Airport”, a special bus called sprinter runs regularly between the airport and the city. Tourists can also travel by bus, car and train.
There are 199 neighborhoods of charlotte. Uptown is the Charlotte central point and is the center of commerce, business and culture. NoDa, South End, Plaza-Midwood, Myers Park, South Park, Elizabeth, Dill Worth, University City and East Charlotte are famous charlotte districts.
North Davidson Street (NoDa) is also known as “Historic Art District” is famous for its street level art galleries, restaurants and shops.
South end is located close to the Uptown and is famous for children aspect as there are trolley museums and kids-oriented stores.
Myers Park is near to the heart of modern charlotte and is famous for driving tour; is a popular way for tourists to get aware with the city.
University City is also home to Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, and is well-defined "downtown" cluster of hotels and retail centers, and many square miles of sprawling shopping centers.
There are numerous museums and historic sites scattered throughout the city as The Mint museum, Discovery Place, Carolinas Aviation Museum and James K Polk Historic Site.