While it might not be the first destination you think of while planning a bachelorette weekend, Asheville, North Carolina, is a great city to explore as a group.
Depending on the size of your group, there are plenty of hotels downtown or Airbnbs in and around town. The city is walkable, or catch an Uber or Lyft to get around.
One of the most popular attractions in the city is the many craft breweries, some within a close walking distance of one another. Plan out your unofficial craft brewery tour and pick a few places with food service for meals along the way. Add Bhramari Brewing, Asheville Pizza and Brewing and Wicked Weed Brewing Pub to your list.
Asheville is surrounded by beautiful mountains. Plan a hike with your group to explore the city’s natural beauty. There are a variety of trails, so do some research to find the best one for your group.
A bachelorette party isn’t complete without a killer brunch. Tupelo Honey, Early Girl Eatery and Chestnut have great brunch options. Afterwards, go shopping along Lexington Avenue where there are numerous local shops.
If your friend is all about a luxurious weekend, spend time exploring the Biltmore Estate. There are three properties on the grounds: Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate, The Inn on Biltmore Estate and Cottage on Biltmore Estate. Besides visiting the estate, there are multiple dining and shopping options on site, as well as a winery and spa.
Barcelona has seen a recent influx of craft cocktails bars within the past five years or so, and Sant Antoni seems to be one of the city’s epicenters of such swanky watering holes. Amid the crisscross streets, organic grocery stores and the soon-to-open, recently renovated Sant Antoni market is Bitter, an inconspicuous cocktail bar where there’s more than meets the eye.
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Friends and family members of travelers are always looking for the right gift. It’s hard to find something that will surprise a traveler and also be something they use often. Many are trying to look past the typical gifts travelers get, such as notebooks and pens, and looking more toward destination-specific or more unique items. Gift giving can be difficult for some that don’t know what a traveler is looking for or needs, but these three gifts are a great starting point.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.