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A labyrinth of extremes

From the coast to the mountains and everything in between, Georgia offers well-known and off-the-beaten-track gems in cities both big and small; scenic drives through farmland and forests; history aplenty at Civil War battlesites and plantation homes; sporting challenges at world-class golf courses and fun for all the family at Atlantic beaches.

Why visit?

  • Atlanta’s many attractions
  • Historic Savannah
  • Gone With the Wind Trail
  • Civil War battlefields
  • Jekyll Island beaches and golf
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Kimpton Brice Savannah - Deluxe Room

Kimpton Brice

From £69 pp

This boutique hotel is situated right in the centre of Savannah's National Historic Landmark District.

Crowne Plaza Midtown Atlanta - King Bed Room

Crowne Plaza Midtown

From £99 pp

Perfectly situated between Downtown Atlanta and Buckhead.

1842 Inn Macon - Entrance

1842 Inn Macon

From £99 pp

Perfectly blending the amenities of a grand hotel and the ambience of a country inn.

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Premier Holidays & Georgia

The facts:

Getting there: The flying time from the UK to Atlanta is around 9 hours.

Best time to travel: Georgia has four distinct and comfortable seasons so it’s always a great time to tour the Peach State! Spring tends to be fair and bright, while summer is warm and sunny, the autumn temperatures drop slightly while winter is also mild and cool. There is an average rainfall each year and varying snowfall from light in the mountains to virtually none in the other regions.

Atlanta climate:

Atlanta Climate Chart