Read about some of our favorite cities in The Peach State!

Columbus, Georgia, Riverwalk


Georgia’s second-largest city has tons to offer visitors, including a vibrant midtown area bursting with shopping, dining and cultural opportunities. Plus, historical attractions and a beautiful riverwalk make this city perfect for travelers seeking variety and fun. Looking for a thrill? Take on the longest urban whitewater rafting course in the world! Read more: Pink Roses


The quaint, historic town of Thomasville welcomes visitors with friendly locals and southern hospitality. This is the perfect road trip spot to stop and enjoy local cuisine, handcrafted goods and antiques. View centuries-old plantations and hunt for hidden bronze quail in the historic downtown area. The annual Rose Festival is a can’t-miss event! Read more:

Riverwalk in Downtown Augusta, Georgia. The city is the second most populous in the state with nearl


Although known for its championship golf courses, visitors to Augusta find that there’s much more to explore and enjoy. A walking tour of the city provides glimpses of historic homes like that of President Woodrow Wilson, and a spooky ghost tour is ideal for night-time sightseeing. With museums, Civil War landmarks and exceptional shopping areas, this town on the Savannah River is simply divine. Read more: Forsyth Park


Could there be a better place to travel to than the “Hostess City of the South”? We don’t think so! Savannah is one of the best destinations to visit for a foodie road trip, sightseeing, shopping, family vacations and more. From the historic city squares and streets lined with art galleries and eateries to the impressive river and Georgia coastline, you’ll love this city. Read more: