Moving from Atlanta, GA to Charleston, SC

Sticking to the south with a smaller city

If you’re a true Southerner at heart, moving from Atlanta, Georgia, to Charleston, South Carolina, won’t be too much of a culture shock. Although Charleston, “The Holy City,” has fewer residents than Atlanta — close to one-third the population — the southern city has much to offer with plenty of hospitality to make you feel right at home. 

Similar climates

You can expect familiar weather when you arrive in Charleston. Throughout the year, the temperature usually stays between 43 and 89 degrees; compared to the typical lows and highs of Atlanta (35-89 degrees), you won’t notice much change. However, you can expect a different rainy season in Charleston since the wettest month is typically August rather than the usual wet February in Atlanta. 

Things to do in Charleston

Did you enjoy studying war history in Atlanta? Well, Charleston has some of its own. Visit Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historic Park to learn more about where the American Civil War began.  

Here are some other exciting attractions you won’t want to miss: 

Hospitality jobs are booming

With the Charleston tourism industry in full swing, there are a variety of jobs available in hospitality and services, especially during the summer. Technology jobs are also big, as well as sales, advertising, healthcare, marketing and art. Some of the largest employers in the area include Boeing, Bon Secours St. Francis Hospitals, Medical University of South Carolina and Roper.

U-Pack can move you to the Holy City

U-Pack® is an excellent choice for your long-distance move to the Holy City. We’re a self-moving service with service centers near Atlanta and Charleston. You handle the moving labor, and we’ll handle transporting your things. Get a free online quote now or call 844-362-5303844-594-3077 to speak to a moving consultant. We’re available to help!