Central and North Georgia Travel Guide
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Fodor's The Carolinas & Georgia
Plan Your Central and North Georgia Vacation
It is often said there are two Georgias: Atlanta and the rest of the state. While Atlanta offers bright lights and big-city action, the regions to the north and southeast are filled with farms, lush forests, sleepy hamlets, and larger towns boasting vibrant arts and cultural scenes. In either direction, there is no shortage of beautiful scenery from the mountains to the north to the rolling hills and rivers to the south.
The most attractive lodging options here tend to have been around for a long time; the structures often date from the 19th century. At such places—most...read more
Central and North Georgia offer an abundance of dining options from hole-in-the-wall barbecue joints to upscale eateries serving sophisticated cuisine...read more
Things To Do in Central and North Georgia
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Grand, columned mansions, rolling hills, and scenic small towns far off the beaten path are just a few reasons to explore the Antebellum Trail... Read more
Grapevines and wineries are popping up all over North Georgia, and burgundy-color signs lead the way to vineyards along the Georgia Wine Highway.... Read more
Novelist and short-story writer Flannery O'Connor is one of Milledgeville's most famous residents. The author of novels Wise Blood and The Violent... Read more
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