Georgia can be a great place to take a vacation. There is a lot to see, and so much history. Here are three ideas if you are thinking of taking a trip to Georgia this year. There are of course more than three things to do in the state but this should help you start your planning.
Savannah Historic District
If you like history, you will love taking a walk around the Savannah Historical District. You can check out all the history in the area and see a lot of it by walking around. You can check out the beautiful historic homes and take a trolley ride.
National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center
If you are into the military or military history, you should check out the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center in Columbus, Georgia. This museum will show you what it means to be an infantryman in the military. This 190,000 square foot museum opened in 2009 and is worth a trip.
Atlanta is also a must when you visit Georgia. You can go on a sightseeing tour, check out the historical areas, learn about civil rights, check out the Atlanta skyline, and eat at some of the local restaurants. You might want to spend more than just one day there in order to get a sense of what is in the city.
Georgia has a lot to offer and depending on who you are and what you want to see, you can spend a lot of time exploring things in different parts of the state. If you have never been before, make sure to do your research so you can figure out the right places to go.
Before you leave, make a plan. That way you won’t waste any time and you will be able to see everything you wanted to see. Having a budget can help you find where to stay and what you should spend on the things that you do.
After you have a basic plan of your trip to Georgia, you will want to book your hotel and purchase any tickets you need to get. If you are going to be flying into Atlanta, make sure you know how to get to your hotel and where to rent a car if you plan to do so. Make sure you have fun on your trip and take a lot of photos so you can always remember when you visited Georgia.