From big cities and charming small towns to beautiful beaches and offshore islands, Georgia has something for everyone. Learn about the history of the state at the Atlanta History Center in the capital and see antebellum architecture in historic Savannah for a glimpse of old-world Georgia. Bask in the sun on miles of sandy beaches on Jekyll Island, one of the Golden Isles of Georgia, and see where world-renowned rock band R.E.M. got its start in Athens.
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Experience genuine Southern hospitality at this comfortable hotel in downtown Savannah, just a short stroll from River Street.
Atlanta - The state's capital and most populous city boasts the perfect blend of Southern charm and contemporary chic. Atlanta's trendy midtown and artistic heart is home to an eclectic array of theaters and art galleries, plus unique shops and a cornucopia of restaurants.
Savannah - Stroll Savannah’s cobblestone streets past historic mansions, vibrant squares, and moss-draped oak trees. Explore the city as memorialized by John Berendt in “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
Jekyll Island - One of the Golden Isles of Georgia, it boasts 10 miles of sandy beaches, four golf courses, and a 250-acre National Historic Landmark District. Here you will also find the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, the state's only sea turtle education and rehabilitation facility.
The best time to visit Georgia is from May to June and September to October when the weather is mild and the crowds dwindled.