Georgia Travel Tips
Vastly different at each of its edges, Georgia, the largest state east of the Mississippi River, offers a bit of everything.
Most visitors land in Atlanta, a sprawling metropolis with friendly neighborhoods eating and drinking alongside big business. Then you hit the coast, where you fall under the spell of Savannah's live oaks, antebellum homes, seafood and hot humid nights.
Your imagination gets whisked along the coastal barrier islands, many of which are preserves for waterfowl, migratory birds, alligators, nesting sea turtles and wild horses.
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In amongst the skyscrapers and sprawl of Atlanta, come visit some of the must-see sights of the Southeast’s biggest city, centered on three open spaces. Day 1: Around Centennial Olympic Park ...
For those looking to explore Atlanta on a budget, the city is home to an array of complimentary attractions. Attending a performance, touring historic homes, browsing local art and learning about ...
Written by Jessica, USA, February 2013
For those traveling to Atlanta, Georgia, you’ll most likely be using public transportation to get around the city. While many locals find it difficult to get to places like work and the grocery store ...
Written by Jessica F, February 2013
Although Atlanta is a city, it offers many green and blue spaces for outdoor recreation. Whether you want to experience nature from the ground, water or the top of a mountain, you’ll find what you’re ...
In Atlanta, you’ll discover the true meaning of “soul food,” with many of the ingredients and recipes having a strong African influence. Picture homemade cooking and indulgent, satisfying dishes ...
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