Charlotte

North Carolina

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    City Description

    Feel Charlotte’s past on the historic Fourth Ward Walking Tour, artfully blending restored 100-plus-year-old Victorian homes with luxury condos, urban apartments, parks and businesses. Stroll the tree-lined streets of Dilworth, one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods dating back to the 1800s, or the village of NoDA (short for North Davidson Arts District), dating back to the 1900s. Charlotte’s City Center, known as Uptown, offers short walks to more modern landmarks (The Spectrum Center, home of the Charlotte Hornets, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and Spirit Square).

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    Walking Route

    1900's Village

    2018-02-24
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    • Distance 5.48 miles
    • Time 1 h 49 min
    • Steps 10960
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Cordelia Park
    • Little Sugar Creek Trail
    • NoDa cafes, shops

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    City Description

    Feel Charlotte’s past on the historic Fourth Ward Walking Tour, artfully blending restored 100-plus-year-old Victorian homes with luxury condos, urban apartments, parks and businesses. Stroll the tree-lined streets of Dilworth, one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods dating back to the 1800s, or the village of NoDA (short for North Davidson Arts District), dating back to the 1900s. Charlotte’s City Center, known as Uptown, offers short walks to more modern landmarks (The Spectrum Center, home of the Charlotte Hornets, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and Spirit Square).

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    Walking Route

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    2018-03-22
    • Distance Instructions
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    • Distance 4.76 miles
    • Time 1 h 34 min
    • Steps 9530
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Four Mile Creek
    • McAlpine Creek

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    City Description

    Feel Charlotte’s past on the historic Fourth Ward Walking Tour, artfully blending restored 100-plus-year-old Victorian homes with luxury condos, urban apartments, parks and businesses. Stroll the tree-lined streets of Dilworth, one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods dating back to the 1800s, or the village of NoDA (short for North Davidson Arts District), dating back to the 1900s. Charlotte’s City Center, known as Uptown, offers short walks to more modern landmarks (The Spectrum Center, home of the Charlotte Hornets, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and Spirit Square).

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    Walking Route

    This is a Google Map describing a walking Route in Charlotte

    2018-03-22
    • Distance Instructions
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    • Distance 4.78 miles
    • Time 1 h 36 min
    • Steps 9562
    • Speed 3 mph
    • Min altitude 0 ft
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    • Climb 0 ft
    • Descent 0 ft
    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Discovery Place Nature
    • Freedom Park Lakeside
    • Little Sugar Creek Greenway

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