GeoHoliday Club Explores Georgia Cities for an Ideal Summer Trip

Which state offers many cities that travelers can enjoy for their summer vacation? Learn more about some of the most popular places to see in Georgia.

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Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) July 07, 2014

While planning a vacation, most travelers wonder what type of destination they should visit. Georgia is one state that offers a variety of exciting things to do. GeoHoliday Club knows each city offers a variety of different opportunities for culture, history and adventure. Which city suits the needs of a traveler’s dream vacation? Read on to learn more about which city to visit that will best fit any vacation needs for a fun Georgia summer.

1.    Atlanta: Atlanta is a large city that boats many exciting attractions that any traveler will enjoy. Whether spending the day gazing at the sea creatures at the world-famous Georgia Aquarium, or sipping on and hoping to crack into the vault that houses the most famous soda’s secret formula at Coca-Cola World, anyone will find entertainment here. Georgia’s most visited attraction, Stone Mountain Park, which over 4 million people come to see each year, is something to surely add to any vacation agenda as well.

2.    Savannah: GeoHoliday Club knows this city is known for offering travelers a rich connection to history and culture. In fact, the Savannah Historic District is a national historic landmark that offers visitors a glimpse at some of the most gorgeous architecture left in the south, dating back as early as the 18th century. For all those interested in the history of the railroad, the Georgia State Railroad Museum is a great way to learn more about the history behind our country’s past and even get the chance to ride the rails. Last but not least, make sure to stop by one of Savannah’s many sea islands, like Ossabaw, Elba or Hutchinson for sun, swim and relaxation, the perfect end to any visit.

3.    McIntyre: Even though this tiny town might not be on many people’s radar, it is home to one famous family that is often being talked about. Alana Thompson, star of “Toddlers & Tiaras” along with now her own TV show, “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” and her family reside here. GeoHoliday Club says for any fans of the show, this is one destination that is fun to stop by to see where filming takes place and maybe even run into the stars.

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