Savannah is a city brimming with southern hospitality, striking historical landmarks and lush gardens. Founded in 1733 as the last British crown colony, Savannah was America’s first planned city. Hip and historic, robust and refined, Savannah is where you'll find amazing architecture, spooky cemeteries and rich history, along with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. Walk the streets and admire the beautiful parks, squares and mansions. Stroll down the cobblestone River Street with its converted cotton warehouses. Explore Ellis Square and old City Market. Discover Broughton and Bull Streets. Savannah offers a delightful mix of quaint shops including antiques, clothing, gifts and souvenirs. Restaurants are equally varied and suit all tastes. Try some ‘soul food’ prepared by award winning chefs or sip locally brewed beer in a pub. Hop aboard a trolley or horse-drawn carriage tour; rent a bike and plan your own route; or simply walk to discover and experience all that Savannah has to offer.
- Stroll the streets and squares
- Take a horse drawn carriage tour
- Shop at Old City Market
- Experience the award winning restaurants
Atlanta is one of the gateway cities to the South. With endless energy, big city sophistication and dynamic New South style, Atlanta is brimming with museums, activities, exciting nightlife and cultural entertainment including symphony, opera and ballet. Attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, Six Flags theme park and the Coca Cola Museum.
- Visit Georgia Aquarium, the world's largest aquarium or visit the Atlanta History Center.
- Learn the history of Coca-Cola, at ‘World of Coca-Cola’
- Let the kids experience discovery projects at the Children's Museum
- See the animals at Zoo Atlanta
- Spend a day at Six Flags theme park
Visit Georgia's coast for its natural beauty and eco-tourism, but be sure to take in some of the most unique history and culture in the nation. Rice plantations, cotton plantations and colonies long gone have all existed on these unique islands. Brunswick, St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island, St. Mary’s and Cumberland Island are only 5 of the many coastal islands available to explore.
- Explore the islands
- Horseback ride along the wind swept Georgia beaches
- Relax on one of the many beaches
- Play golf or tennis
- Take a fishing trip