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Why Travel Georgia?

 

Georgia is a southeastern U.S. state whose diverse terrain spans coastal marshland and beaches to wide stretches of farmland are widely known and attracts a large number of tourists everyday. Atlanta, its sprawling capital, is the birthplace of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. Georgia’s other cities include Savannah, famed for its 18th- and 19th-century architecture and leafy public squares, the college town of Athens, and Augusta, which hosts the Masters golf tournament.

 

When here in Georgia, you could play in Woodruff Park, which is the city’s historic heart and if you haven’t strolled through it for years, you’ll be surprised by its vitality; go for a treasure hunt at Chamblee Antique Row; stay for the fireworks at the Ted, time-travel at the Southern Trilogy where you can find white-columned antebellum mansions in Atlanta—just not in the city proper. Barrington Hall is one of three antebellum homes that belonged to Roswell’s founding families and are now house museums marketed as “A Southern Trilogy.”

 

For those who love speed, you could drive fast at the Atlanta Motor Speedway and ride shotgun in a Richard Petty Driving Experience stock car. Or hike the Kennesaw Mountain which stands atop the 1,808-foot peak today; hang-out in the Oval office where it’s awe-inspiring to stand in the full-scale replica Oval Office at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum.

 

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