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- fascinating information throughout your route
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In 1889 George Vanderbilt began construction of Biltmore House, his palatial retreat on the banks of the French Broad River. He had
no idea that he was also setting the foundations of western North Carolina’s future
arts Mecca. Surrounded by the lofty peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains,
Asheville, known as the Paris of the South, is a city rich in history, filled
with architectural interest, and the home of a variety of artists, crafters, musicians,
writers, and performers. It also boasts dozens of great restaurants and breweries,
and a casual lifestyle that thrives on outdoor living.
Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!
- Asheville, North Carolina
- Visitor Center and Downtown Asheville
- Thomas Wolfe Neighborhood
- Optional Cemetery Tour
- Grovewood and the Grove Park Inn
- River Arts District
- Biltmore Village and Biltmore Estate
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