Charlotte Quick Guide
Charlotte is where Southern graciousness and cosmopolitan diversity meet. Charlotte's economy is driven by finance industries, food manufacturing, plastics and rubber, retail, textiles, tourism and wholesale trade.
Visitors to the "Queen City" will want to get out on the town and check out popular areas that include the eclectic Plaza Midwood, located northeast of Downtown Charlotte. Visit the famed Mint Museum of Art in Meyers Park, spend the day shopping in South Park, or head for Historic Rosedale for a sampling of North Carolina history.
The Charlotte City Hall is located at 600 E. Trade St. A little less than a mile away from City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce is headquartered at 330 S. Tryon St. and provides a wealth of information about the city for visitors and newcomers through its innovative, hands-on "Main Street" relocation center.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map your driving directions to and from Charlotte.
Need a flight to or from Charlotte? Find a travel agency and arrange for airport transportation to Charlotte Douglas International Airport, ranked among the top five airports in the country for business travelers. Need a place to stay? Also find Charlotte Hotels on TripAdvisor.
Making Charlotte Your Home
Charlotte Shopping and Services
Looking for the best bargains and services in Charlotte? Find everything from Charlotte dog trainers to shopping malls, or get the location of the nearest Charlotte State Farm Insurance Office and more in the Charlotte Yellow Pages.