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Cheap flights to Georgia

Georgia is the largest state in southeastern United States of America (USA), and one of the most populous of the 50 states of the country. It borders Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Florida and Alabama, and has the Atlantic Ocean to its east. Named after King George of Britain, Georgia is sometimes fondly known as the ‘Peach State’ or ‘Empire State of the South’ for the agricultural products it produces (including corn, soybeans, eggs, peanuts, and of course peaches) as well as the rapid growth of industrialisation in the state.

To get to Georgia, fly in to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest airport since 2000 (which handles more than 30 million passengers yearly.) From there, you can get around the Atlanta Metro region by using MARTA - the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, which provides rail services all around the region. Otherwise, grab a rental car and drive out to explore the other parts of beautiful Georgia - with more than 20,000 miles of highways, road trips in this southern state are a breeze.

Atlanta, Georgia’s state capital and most populous city, is a must-see if one finds oneself in this part of the world. Known as the region’s transportation and communications hub, this bustling city is also the region’s chief goods distributor. Key attractions in Atlanta include the Coca-Cola museum - which boasts the illustrious history of this iconic American drink as well as other attractions such as Andy Warhol art and an around-the-world Coke sampling experience - and the Georgia Aquarium, the largest indoor aquarium in the world. With more than 100,000 marine creatures in captivity - including exotic species like beluga whales, bottlenose dolphins and whale sharks (the only place outside of Asia you can find them in captivity) - the Georgia Aquarium is a guaranteed treat for the senses. Your young ones will delight in learning about these gentle giants of the ocean, and be thrilled at the stunning shows they put up with their human trainers.

After the hustle and bustle of Atlanta take a moment to have a tranquil experience with nature at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in southeast Georgia. ‘Okefenokee’ means ‘trembling Earth’ in native American, and correctly describes the vulnerability of Mother Nature againt mankind. This wildlife reserve, however, has achieved immunity against humankind and for good reason: it houses more than 9000 alligators, thousands of species of bird, mammal, amphibian, reptile and fish in its 300,000 acres of swampland. On top of that, more than 600 species of plant also grow in the reserve, making the Okefenokee Swamp world-famous for its explosion of life. What’s more, the reserve offers more than 60 lakes that are available for fishing, canoeing and boating. But if water activities are not your thing, hit the trails with your car, bike or just your feet for an in-depth exploration of this natural wonder. Camping shelters are also available for those who would like to stay the night.

Flights to Georgia

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