The Peach State is a southern gem. The rich history, high mountains and winding rivers make Georgia a wonderful vacation destination. From exploring the presidential legacies of Georgia's three presidential leaders to understanding Georgia's role in the historic Civil War, the culture and history that envelopes Georgia is sure to pique the interest of any traveler.
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, Georgia's many rivers and mountains allow for ample opportunities to hike, paddle and ride the rapids. At Stone Mountain Park, visitors will find the outcropping of exposed granite on which the world's largest relief carving is located. For wildlife lovers, the Colonial Coast Birding Trail has more than 300 species of birds to hear and watch.
You can't visit Georgia without exploring some of the state's rich history. In Conyers, visitors can view a Civil War reenactment or view a few of the state's Civil War relics, including Fort Pulaski National Monument, Fort King George and Fort McAllister. At the Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation Historic Site, original and rare antiques can be viewed.
Music has also played a very important part of Georgia's history, from soul to country. Ray Charles, James Brown and Gladys Knight all had roots in Georgia and helped shape the musical landscape of our country. If you are looking to explore some of the musical traditions of Georgia, there are a variety of festivals and attractions that highlight this important aspect of Georgian history. At Hotels-Rates.com, we'll help you choose a hotel puts you right near the attractions you want to see most. Our comprehensive hotel listings show room pictures and offer important information such as amenities, directions and nearby restaurants.
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