Georgia is deeply rooted in the history of U.S. businesses-businesses and welcoming hometown hospitality. Peach State is full of American Heritage, monuments, museums, battlefields and as well as sandy beaches and forest trails. Travel south to Georgia this season, a truly revolutionary.
Gone with the wind ... Not quite
Georgia is probably the best known of its history of participation in the Civil War Confederacy. Union General Sherman's "March to the Sea" was burned almost all the Savannah Atlanta. Battle of the massacre and the following fire inspired the famous novel and film Gone with the Wind, which takes place in Atlanta, the neighbors of Marietta. Travel Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum to see the largest collection of relics and historical records of the event. The museum is located in Marietta Square, the historic site is surrounded by unique boutiques, exhibitions and theme parks.
Interestingly, Sherman agreed not to burn the bush after the mayor allowed his troops full run of the city. What are the results of today is one of the few cities in the pre-war architecture and authentic colonial charm of the first city south of Georgia. Savannah Georgia is a city of eclectic and often open, famous for its parties and drinking and well rounded with Savannah College of Art & Design, numerous theaters, countless annual festivals and a wealth of historical sites are still standing.
Travel in Georgia Guaranteed Getaways
Georgia offers an incredible variety of activities and outdoor spaces, including roads and greenery of the Appalachian Mountains. Portions of this hiking or settlement from the start of Springer Mountain. Jekyll Island was once a prestigious private club getaway people like the Vanderbilts and Rockefellers, but today its 5 kilometers of beaches, resorts and condos are open to the public. Georgians vacation during the summer and playing golf, fishing or diving.
In addition, a bastion of modern history, Georgia has the legacy of national and international personalities like President Jimmy Carter and civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King, Jr. The city of Atlanta, the armies of Martin Luther King Jr. Historic national site, which keeps the childhood home and church, among other exhibits. The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site near Plains, Georgia, and preserve places like the Carter home, school and railway station for generations hence to enjoy.
When booking tickets for flights to Georgia, you can also the occasion to visit the solemn Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, the road itself that the Cherokee tribe was when they were forced to move west in 1838 and about 4000 people died along the road.
Trip to Georgia is a journey through time with all the luxury and amenities of a perfect vacation on the road. Mountain biking on the sunny beaches and countryside of the big cities, Georgia is ready for you.