Great Cities in Georgia:


There’s no end to the fun to be had in the culturally-diverse city of Atlanta; there truly is something for everyone. Home to CNN and the Coca-Cola museum, Atlanta is one of the nation’s most popular metropolitan areas. Browse the beautifully restored homes of Joe Chandler Harris (famed for Uncle Remus), and Margaret Mitchell (author of Gone with the Wind). If children are along for the ride visit Zoo Atlanta, the Atlanta Aquarium and Six Flags theme park.


Savannah is a jewel in the south east coast. Georgia’s first city encapsulates three centuries of history which lives on in streets lined with sumptuous antebellum mansions and the cotton warehouses that line the riverfront. Savannah has a broad range of fascinating activities to offer including, haunted history tours, shopping, world class dining and moonlight carriage rides.


Experience the Southern hospitality of Columbus, third largest city in Georgia and home to many exciting cultural, athletic and artistic venues. Situated on the Chattahoochee River, Uptown Columbus offers historic district tours, the Coca-Cola Space Science Center and the National Civil War Naval Museum. Columbus also hosts the Springer Opera house - the State Theatre of Georgia and a historic Southern cultural institution for 136 years.


You can let your hair down and have a blast in the hip city of Athens, home of the University of Georgia. The city boasts many downtown joints buzzing with eclectic bars, grooving bands, mouth watering foods from around the world and funky stores.


“The Cherry Blossom Capital of the World,” Macon is home to 300,000 Yoshino Cherry Trees. During mid-March, when the trees are in fill-bloom, the city hosts an annual 10-day festival of music, food, street parades and craft shows. As a result of its musical heritage, Macon is home to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame which enshrines musicians from around the world.


Albany is packed with exciting venues for visitors and residents alike. You can kick back and enjoy entertainment at the Albany Ballet Theater, the Albany Chorale and the Albany Symphony Orchestra, get a taste of history at the Albany Civil Rights Movement Museum and enjoy camping, wild animals and idyllic nature at the Parks at Chehaw.