Drenched in history, the people are gracious with Southern hospitality, a benchmark for the rest of the world. Antebellum mansions, Civil War battlefields, sun-drenched beaches and natural splendours are just some of the attractions, along with a thriving music scene that has launched some of the world's finest entertainers.
Where to stay in The Deep South
Bordered by the rolling Appalachian Mountains to the north and picturesque island-dotted low country to the south, the Peach State is an utterly charming destination.
With a vibrant arts and crafts community, rich history, and beautiful scenery, Kentucky is the place you'll want to visit again and again.
Trust us - you don’t need to own a Bolo tie to have a blast. For history buffs, the Tennessee Antebellum trail offers an illuminating snapshot of the USA in its infancy.
A bustling hub of culture and heritage is the only way to describe this large city.
The land of bayous, steaming pots of gumbo, sweet, golden beignets and intoxicating currents of Jazz swirling along the length of New Orleans' Bourbon Street.
Hotels in The Deep South
Essential information for The Deep South
Southern cuisine is unique and extensive - southern fried chicken and grits, biscuits (more like scones, normally served with gravy). Louisiana has Cajun and Creole cuisine with specialities such as gumbo, spicy seafood, blackened redfish, shrimp remoulade, po-boys and much more. Don't go to the Deep South with any intention of dieting!