- Northwest Georgia - southern end of the Appalachian Mountains
- Atlanta Metro - the greater Atlanta area, the capitol and economic center of the state
- Central Georgia - the historic heart, geographic center, and crossroads of Georgia
- Coastal Georgia - islands and the Intracoastal Waterway
- Southwest Georgia - rivers and Plains
- Alpharetta- Popular suburban area with great public schools
- Athens - Home of the University of Georgia
- Atlanta - The capital of Georgia and the home of Coca Cola
- Blue Ridge- Gateway to the Mountains
- Ellijay- Georgia's Mountain Biking Capital and Apple Capital. Has many things to do such as river recreation, Lake Recreation, and hiking.
- Savannah - Georgia's first city
- Appalachian National Scenic Trail
- Cumberland Island National Seashore 
- Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
- Oconee National Forest
- Jekyll Island
- Lake Chatuge
- Saint Simons Island
- Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
- MARTA, the public transport system in Atlanta, Georgia
- Atlanta has a host of major attractions:
- CNN Center-Tour the headquarters of the cable news network
- World of Coca Cola-Tour the Coca Cola Factory (new tour opens on May 24, 2007)
- Georgia AquariumGeorgia Aquarium The largest aquarium in the world with tens of thousands of animals in 8 million gallons of water. M-Su 9AM-6PM; $26.00 (adult); $19.50 (child age 3-12); $21.50 (senior age 55+).
- Centennial Olympic Park-Site of 1996 Summer Olympic Games
- Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site-Childhood home of famous civil rights leader
- Jimmy Carter Presidential Library-Library of 39th president
- Georgia State Capitol-large legislative building with golden dome
- Stone Mountain-Outside Atlanta, is a massive dome-shaped mountain with free saturday night laser shows and a cable car to the summit
- Undergroud Atlanta-Historic shopping district under Downtown Atlanta
- Savannah is a historic port city with antebellum mansions on oak and magnolia-lined streets
- Savannah is also known for ghost tours
- Fat Matt's Rib Shack is one of the best and most popular barbecue restaurants in the city
- The Vortex serves great hamburgers
- The Varsity is a classic Southern fast food chain
- Coca cola was invented in Georgia so it is very popular
- Mint Julep is a combination of mint, bourbon, sugar and water popular in the South.
- Sweet Tea is a very popular Southern drink
While growing less and less common, racial problems still exist (just like any other part of the country).
- Florida - Bordering Georgia to the south is Florida, offering miles and miles of beaches, along with theme parks in Orlando.
- Alabama - Georgia's western neighbor is home to the Space and Rocket Center.
- Tennessee - Located northwest of Georgia, Tennesse is home to Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as Nashville and its music related attractions.
- North Carolina - Georgia's northern neighbor is home to the Blue Ridge Parkway and Grandfather Mountain.
- South Carolina - The state's eastern neighbor has historic Charleston and the Hilton Head Island resort.
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