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Although it was the last established colony of the original 13 and the last state to be readmitted back into the Union after the Civil War, Georgia has quickly become one of the fastest growing states in America. In fact, 14 of its counties were ranked as some of the fastest growing in America. Lovingly referred to as the Peach State--or as the "Empire State of the South" by some--Georgia is a beautiful tourist destination situated securely in the Deep South.
Those booking flights to Georgia should have no problem arriving during a great time of year. The state has four distinct seasons, and if it gets too cold in the northern mountains, visitors can easily opt to enjoy the milder temperatures right next to Florida. Those looking for affordable Georgia hotels might save some money by showing up between July and August--the low season.
If you happen to show up in March, look into Atlanta hotels so you can experience the Atlanta Film Festival. If you're less into independent films and more into southern charm, however, March should be spent in Savannah. It was ranked in the top 20 foodie cities list and as third friendliest American city by Conde Nast Traveler.
While this all sounds exciting, checking out the Atlanta Children's Christmas Parade in December is a must if you have children. Of course, you don't have to plan cheap flights to Georgia around these events. The Georgia Aquarium, Turner Field, Six Flags, and Georgia Guidestones ensure you'll have something to enjoy all year long.
To get the most out of your Peach State vacation, book your plane tickets to Georgia on Travelocity. You can save up to $537 on Travelocity when booking your flight and hotel at the same time.