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Georgia is a southern state of the United States.

Regions in Georgia : Colonial Coast, Metro Atlanta, North Georgia Mountains, Historic South, Inland Empire, Southern Rivers.

Cities & Towns in Georgia : Albany, Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Savannah, and more.

State Capital Georgia : Atlanta.

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Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks

  Go Camping America
  Koa   -   Campgrounds of America
  National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
  Funroads   -   Get Outta Town!

Car Rentals In Georgia

Car rental

Car Rental USA  Sixt   -    

Hotels in Georgia

  Booking   -   Hotel Guide Georgia
Hotels in Atlanta, Savannah, Burroughs, Forest Park, Hapeville, Pooler, College Park, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Georgia, Macon, Warner Robins, Gainesville.

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

    -  Motel 6 and Red Roof   -   

National Parks / State Parks

  National Park Service
The NPS works with communities to preserve and care for neighborhood treasures. They also work with teachers to create unique opportunities for students to learn about history at the real places where events unfolded.

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

  Kuoni   -   Atlanta
Atlanta's neighborhoods create the landscape of this beautiful city. Explore these areas, each with a distinct personality to discover....

 Kuoni    -   Savannah
Savannah has been called the 'most beautiful city in America' and this is well deserved. Located on the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, Savannah has earned its reputation for scenic and sophisticated beauty....

   -   Create your perfect trip to Georgia
Flight, Hotel and Car.

Thomas Cook

Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Atlanta   -   Atlanta Travel Guide [ Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau ]
Atlanta, Georgia Attractions, Dining, Events, Packages & More

Travel Guides Georgia /  Travel Related Books

Georgia Magazine

Travel Guides USA Travel Guides USA  [ ]

The Rough Guide to the USA (Rough Guide Travel Guides) 
By Samantha Cook, Tim Perry (Editor), Greg Ward (Editor)
The Rough Guide to the USA is the most comprehensive and colourful guide to the fifty states available. There are lively accounts of every region and attraction from the bright lights of Broadway to the vast open plains of Wyoming. The guide gives refreshingly opinionated reviews of the established sights and landmarks as well as uncovering many of the lesser-known gems, allowing the visitor to make the most of their trip. There are feature boxes that provide information on a variety of subjects from the Delta blues to the geology of the Grand Canyon. There are also maps and plans to help you navigate around the major attractions, inner city streets or interstates
Paperback 1440 pages (October 28, 2004); Publisher: Rough Guides
USA (Lonely Planet Country Guides S.) 
By Loretta Chilcoat, Susan Derby, Beth Greenfield, Carolyn Hellor
This Lonely Planet guide covers all 50 U.S. states. It is packed with pre-trip planning advice, itinerary suggestions, distance charts and tips on the most interesting way of getting from A to B.
Paperback 1164 pages (March 2004); Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications 

Transportation / How do I travel to Georgia

Atlanta Airport [ ATL ]   -  Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  Savannah / Hilton Head (SAV)
  Columbia Metropolitan (CAE)


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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.

  Airline Tickets Georgia / Bargain Flights

  Greyhound Lines   -   coach line

  Georgia Navigator   -   keeping Georgia on the move
Highway and road conditions change in the blink of an eye. As we all know, inclement weather, roadway debris, stalled vehicles and accidents can quickly cause traffic on our interstates to slow, come to a creeping crawl or stop altogether. Traffic leads to lost time, money and increased frustration.
Info : Maps, Incidents, Construction, Trip Times, Cameras, Signs, Georgia Weather and more


  State of Georgia [ Government ]

  City of Atlanta   -   State Capital Georgia

  Atlanta   -   Atlanta Travel Guide [ Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau ]
Atlanta, Georgia Attractions, Dining, Events, Packages & More

  Colonial Coast Georgia   -   area in southeast Georgia.
The region runs for appr. 160 km connecting to the coast of South Carolina to the north, and Florida to the south.
Counties : Brantley, Bryan, Camden, Charlton, Chatham, Clinch, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, McIntosh, Pierce and Ware.
  Metro Atlanta   -   Atlanta metropolitan Area
Counties : Barrow, Bartow, Butts, Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Haralson, Heard, Henry, Jasper, Lamar, Meriwether, Newton, Paulding, Pickens, Pike, Rockdale, Spalding and Walton,
  North Georgia Mountains   -  area in Northeast Georgia, spreading westward
These mountains are a section of the much larger Appalachian mountain. The region is known for its scenic beauty and the possibility of the Blue Ridge mountains being the oldest mountains on the planet.
Counties : Forsyth, Hall, Banks, Franklin, Hart, Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Habersham, Stephens, Union, Towns and Rabun
  Historic South Georgia   -   Historic South is an area in central and east-central Georgia
The region carries a strong cultural and architectural heritage. It contains three chief areas: Historic Heartland, Classic South, and Magnolia Mainlands.
Major cities include Augusta and Macon. Some of the suburban areas of Atlanta, especially those of the Southern Crescent, are also included in the region.
Inland Empire - refers to the Piedmont regions of Georgia
The largest city in the region is Atlanta, but a number of other cities are in the region including Athens
  Southern Rivers   -   southwest corner of Georgia
Counties : Baker, Berrien, Brooks, Chattahoochee, Clay, Colquitt, Cook, Coweta, Crisp, Decatur, Dooly, Dougherty, Early, Echols, Fayette, Grady, Harris, Heard, Irwin, Lanier, Lee, Lownes, Macon, Meriwether, Miller, Muscogee, Pike, Quitman, Randolph, Schley, Seminole, Spalding, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, Terrell, Thomas, Tift, Troup, Turner, Upson and Worth.

  Albany   -   City of Albany   -   Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau
Enjoy the thrilling sports of a quail hunt on one of our gorgeous Southern Plantations or a night of arena football. Explore the swamps, forests and animal zoo or travel to the depths of underwater springs without getting wet! You could just spend some time relaxing and appreciating our cultural attractions, unique shopping and dining opportunities. Take the time to Live, Work, Play and Discover Albany, Georgia!
Albany lies in a belt of rich farmland in the East Gulf coastal plain on the banks of the Flint River. County seat of Dougherty County.
  Athens   -   Athens-Clarke County
  Augusta   -   Augusta-Richmond County   -   second largest city in Georgia after Atlanta
Augusta is located on the Georgia/South Carolina border, about 150 miles east of Atlanta, and second largest metropolitan area in the state. The city's famous golf course, the Augusta National Golf Club, hosts the first major golf tournament of each year, The Masters. 3328′'12″?N, 8158′'30″?W.
  Augusta   -   Augusta, Georgia Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau
Discover the historic charm of the classic South with Augusta's tree-lined streets and majestic antebellum mansions. Enjoy dozens of shops and restaurants, cultural attractions and entertainment. Meander along the banks of the Savannah River as you stroll Riverwalk Augusta. Canoe the river or the adjacent Augusta Canal. Whatever your interest, you'll find something to satisfy it in Augusta.
  Columbus   -   City of Columbus
Columbus is home to many exciting cultural, artistic, and athletic venues. The Springer Opera House, state theatre of Georgia, the Rivercenter for the Performing Arts, the Bradley Theatre, Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum, the Columbus Museum, and the Columbus Civic Center. Columbus is also the home of Historic Columbus Foundation's Riverfest Weekend [1], a major Georgia festival and a Top Twenty Event in the Southeast. Riverfest Weekend is always the last full weekend in April.
County seat of Muscogee County, located 3229′'22″?N, 8456′'25″?W.
  Macon   -   City of Macon   -   located in central Georgia
Macon is known as the "Cherry Blossom Capital of the World." It boasts over 300,000 Yoshino Cherry Trees, more than any other city in the world. During mid-March of every year, the height of the trees' bloom, Macon holds this 10-day celebration of concerts, food festivals, arts and crafts shows, parades, street markets, picnics, dances, and exhibitions of artists from around the world. The city becomes bathed in pink, the symbolizing color of this event, reflecting the color of the blossoms.
  Macon   -   Macon-Bibb County Convention & Vistors Bureau
  Marietta   -   City of Marietta   -   one of metro Atlanta's largest suburbs
  Roswell   -   City of Roswell   -  Roswell Georgia Convention and Visitors Bureau
Roswell is a city of historic origin that is reaching for the promise of the future. Founded on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in 1839, Roswell was long the ideal southern town. A variety of entertainment is available including Orchestra Atlanta and Georgia Ensemble Theater at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Its historic sites, award-winning parks system and Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area make Roswell an excellent choice for leisure activities.
  Sandy Springs   -   City of Sandy Springs
Located just north of Atlanta and south of Roswell, the City of Sandy Springs - once a rural village and summer retreat - is not only Georgia's newest city, but also its seventh largest.
  Savannah   -   City of Savannah   -   Savannah Convention & Visitors Bureau
Savannah, Georgia's First City, the sultry and mysterious "Belle" of the Georgia coast. Bursting with enchanting charisma and first-class charm, this eccentric Southern city beguiles her guests with splendor, glamour and romance.
Founded in 1733, as America's 13th and final colony, Savannah blends elegance and refinement with some Southern sass making this destination an old-world favorite with modern-day charms.
Culture, shopping and recreational activities fill Savannah's days while dining, entertainment and romance extends into Savannah's nights.

  Gone With the Wind Museum
The Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum, also called "Scarlett On the Square," houses one of the world's most extensive collections of memorabilia related to both the book and the film.
  Macon Cherry Blossom Festival
Delight in the splendor of hot-air balloons, breath-taking air shows, a heart-pounding marathon, colorful parades, historic tours, an unforgettable bengal tiger show, dazzling fireworks displays, and amusement rides that thrill all ages. Nightly concerts feature top national and regional recording artists from every musical genre, and military bands. From stylish fashion shows and gala balls to dancing in the streets of Macon at the street party, the Cherry Blossom Festival features fun and adventure!
For ten days each March, festival-lovers are treated to one of the most extravagant displays of springtime beauty and hundreds of unparalleled events and attractions.
  Magazine   -   Georgia Magazine
  News   -   Augusta Chronicle, founded 1785
  News   -   Columbus Ledger-Enquirer   -   daily newspaper in Columbus
  Radio   -   GPB - Georgia Public Broadcasting
  TV   -   GPB - Georgia Public Broadcasting
  University   -   Augusta State University

Cuisine  -  Georgia Recipes

  Georgia Egg Commission   -   see Eggceptional Recipes
Also All about Eggs [ from A to Z ], Cooking Tips, For Kids, Events, Eggciting links, and more
  Georgia Pecan Commission   -   see Recipes
There are over 500 varieties of pecans, of which only three are common: Georgia produces all three varieties and leads the nation in pecan production, averaging 88 million pounds each year. That is enough pecans to make 176 million pecan pies!
The rich, nutty taste of Georgia Pecans can enhance the flavor of any dish. But more than just a savory sensation, pecans provide essential nutrients like oleic acid, which can help lower "bad" LDL cholesterol levels. Pecans are also rich in vitamin E, thiamin, magnesium, and copper, and are a good source of fiber.
  Dickey Farms - Fresh Georgia Peaches - Musella  -  Peach Recipes
  The Peanut Institute   -   see Recipes
The Peanut Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding state-of-the-art knowledge regarding peanuts and peanut products.
  Vidalia Sweet Onions, Herndon Farms  -  see 'About the Videlia Union' and look for Recipes
The Vidalia Onion has the distinction of being called "the world's sweetest onion." And rightly so. Its mellow, yet juicy-sweet flavor is the result of the mild climate and unique soil combination found only in a designated area of South Georgia. It has also been proclaimed as the official State Vegetable of Georgia.

  Historic American Recipes 
Apple-Fritters | Dough-Nuts | Cocoa-nut Drops | Molasses Gingerbread | Common Gingerbread | Election Cake | Indian Meal Pudding | Fried Sweet Potatoes | Sweet Potato Pie | Beef-Stake | German Chicken Stew | Jack Rabbit Stew | To Roast a Pig | Broiled Scrod | To boil a Cod's Head.

History of Georgia

  New Georgia Encyclopedia
The New Georgia Encyclopedia provides an authoritative source of information about people, places, events, institutions, and many other topics relating to the state.
On this site you will find articles and images on nearly every aspect of Georgia as well as convenient links to other Web sites related to the history, culture, and life of the state.
  Atlanta History Center
The History Center is located on 33 acres in the heart of Atlanta's Buckhead district and includes: one of the Southeast's largest history museums; a research library and archives that annually serves more than 10,000 patrons; two historic houses illustrating over a century of Atlanta's history; a two-acre midtown campus which houses the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum; and a series of gardens unique in both design and horticultural presentation in the metropolitan area.
  Atlanta Time Machine
Where you'll find tons of then-and-now photos of Atlanta through the decades and miscellaneous other stuff we find worthwhile.
  History of Georgia [ Wikipedia ]
Prehistory, European exploration, British Colony, American Revolution, Antebellum period, Civil War, Reconstruction en Twentieth Century.

  National Park Service  -  Links to the past
Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts.

Music, Art & Culture, Events

Macon natives have had a great influence upon music of the United States. The kazoo was invented in the city during the 1840s.

  The Gullah
The Gullah Rice, Slavery, and the Sierra Leone-American Connection.
The connection between the Gullah and the people of Sierra Leone is a very special one. The rice plantation zone of coastal South Carolina and Georgia was the only place in the Americas where Sierra Leonean slaves came together in large enough numbers and over a long enough period of time to leave a significant linguistic and cultural impact.

  Georgia Authors and Books
Georgia writers vary in their scope, vision and style, and ranges from classics like Gone with the Wind, to thriving new works like The Mermaid Chair!
  Georgia Music Hall of Fame
The Georgia Music Hall of Fame, the state's official music museum, is located in Macon, the city where artists like Little Richard, James Brown, Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers Band launched their careers.

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