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Why Travel To Georgia? What To See And Do In Georgia

Georgia is a state  located in the southeastern United States. Georgia was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies. Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788. It declared its secession from the Union on January 21, 1861, and was one of the original seven Confederate states. It was the last state to be restored to the Union, on July 15, 1870. With an estimated 9,829,211 residents as of July 1, 2009, Georgia is the ninth most populous state.  From 2007 to 2008, 14 of Georgia's counties  ranked among the nation's 100 fastest-growing, second only to Texas.  Georgia is known as the Peach State and the Empire State of the South. Atlanta is the capital and the most populous city.

Georgia is bordered on the south by Florida; on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and South Carolina; on the west by Alabama and by Florida in the south; and on the north by Tennessee and North Carolina. The northern part of the state is in the Blue Ridge Mountains, a mountain range in the vast Appalachian Mountains system. The central piedmont extends from the foothills to the fall line, where the rivers cascade down in elevation to the continental coastal plain of the southern part of the state. The highest point in Georgia is Brasstown Bald, 4,784 feet (1,458 m); the lowest point is sea level.

Why Travel To Georgia? What To See And Do In Georgia   by AJ Adams

From the majestic Mountain regions with their roaring rivers and pristine lakes to the panoramic coast with its magnificent beauty to the Historic South with its ancient landmarks and rich cultural and musical legacy, Georgia has plenty to see and do whether you are on a romantic getaway or on a family vacation.

You'd need to go on a long vacation to experience all that Georgia has on offer. If, however you are restricted to just a few days, don't leave Georgia without checking out these attractions:

Stone Mountain Park

Georgia's most visited attraction; Stone Mountain Park is the perfect place for families to enjoy the outdoors together and experience an exciting variety of attractions, recreation facilities and entertainment. Among other daring rides, thrill seekers have a choice of going round the mountain on the Scenic Train Ride or trying out the Paddlewheel Riverboat Cruise in Stone Mountain Lake. For younger kids there is the Camp Highland Outpost, the Treehouse Challenge and the Great Barn. Don't miss the Ride the Ducks Sightseeing Tour, which travels on water as well as land.

Georgia Aquarium

With 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water and one of the most diverse collections of aquatic life, Georgia Aquarium promises to be an exciting and unique experience. Some of the attractions within the aquarium include the Cold Water Quest, The Ocean Voyager, Riverscout and the Tropical Diver. The Aquariums' state-of-the-art 4D Theatre with its unique special effects and interactive seats, is the most advanced in the world.

Rock City

A true marvel of nature, Rock City features mammoth ancient rock formations and spectacular panoramic views that change with the season giving you more than enough reason to visit at least four times a year. Cross the 180 feet Swing-A-Long Bridge if you dare or cast your wish upon the 140-foot High Falls; take an extraordinary walk along the Enchanted Trail or watch the spectacular view from atop the appropriately names Eagle's Nest or Lover's Leap.

With myriad exciting things to see and do in Georgia, you'll find yourself coming back for more several times over.


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Georgia Tourism Has Everything from Mountains to Beaches    by Lucas Pingston


Georgia is a state full of tourist attractions from the top to the bottom of the state. From the mountains of Rome to the University of Georgia in Athens, to the metropolis of Atlanta, on to the shores of Savannah, there are several cities across the state of Georgia that offer much in the way of tourism.

Rome is a gorgeous town with a population of about 36,000 in northwest Georgia. It has the fantastic luck of being home to seven hills and is at the convergence of three rivers, so the environment is very lovely. The trees are magnificent in the fall and encourage many drives and walks through the hills. It is also home to beautiful Berry College.

Athens is home to the University of Georgia, and therefore is a much traveled to site for football fans in the south and across the country. Athens is located in the northeaster side of the state, in Clarke County. It is a very exciting city, with a mixture of eclectic student culture, music, food, and shopping.

Atlanta has the largest population of any city in Georgia and is the ninth largest populated metropolitan area in the United States with more than 5 million people there. There is a great deal of night life in Atlanta and several young professionals and Georgia Tech students there to take advantage of it. There are several suburbs of Atlanta, like Buckhead where people can find the finest dining and shopping. The large theme park and water parks of Six Flags over Georgia is located on the western border of Atlanta and brings many visitors from all over the south to the area.

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Callaway Gardens is located about an hour and a half from Atlanta, with its famous butterfly sanctuary and botanical gardens. Warm Springs outside of Callaway Gardens is home to the President Franklin Roosevelt's Little White House. Tours of the property are available to the public.

In the center of the state is Macon, Georgia, where the Georgia Music Hall of Fame is located. It is also home to the historic Rosehill Cemetery, and the Hay House. Flannery O'Connor's farm Andalusia is in Milledgeville. Every golfer knows that Augusta is home to the fabulous golf course that annually hosts the Masters golf tournament.

Savannah, on the eastern shore of southern Georgia on the Atlantic Ocean, is a magnificently beautiful and historic city. It is said that Grant thought Savannah was so beautiful that he spared it the fate of most of the southern cities he burned to the ground in the Civil War and therefore many of the buildings from the 18th century remain. It is a city built on squares, and is still laid out as it originally was. There are several famous locations, including Mercer House and Telfair Mansion and Art Museum, as well as several famous restaurants, including Paula Deen's The Lady and Sons.


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