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You should head to Atlanta, the busy and vibrant capital city. You like to keep moving and you'll never run out of things to do in this exciting town. You can do the touristy thing and visit the World of Coke, the famous Georgia Aquarium, or the family-friendly Stone Mountain. Once you've finished hitting the necessary spots, you have plenty of parts of town to explore. For clubbing, head to Midtown. For local brews and good food, try one of the smaller neighborhoods like Inman Park or the Virginia Highlands. The list goes on '
Athens is the home to UGA and known for a plethora of drinking holes and the birth of many a popular band. To name a few: R.E.M., the B-52s, Drive-By Truckers, and Widespread Panic. You like to party and stay social, so you can check out as many bars as your liver will allow and see some up-and-coming live music so you'll be the first to know what will be the next big music act coming out of Athens. Plus, if it's football season you can check out a UGA football game; I hear they take their football pretty seriously.
Well I'll be! You should head to Savannah. You'll love the traditional accents and abounding history in Georgia's oldest city. With its reputation for Southern charm and hospitality, you just might feel like you're being taken back a few decades. With your penchant for nostalgia and a good glass of sweet tea, you'll feel right at home. Once the sun goes down, you can take advantage of the city's busy nightlife. When the weather is nice, head to Tybee Island to take advantage of the beach!
You like nature, mountains, and fresh air, so head to Blue Ridge for the best Georgia has to offer you. You can rent your own cabin from the many privately-owned hideaways scattered throughout this area of North Georgia. Pick your own apples, buy homemade jam, hike to a suspension bridge, or just relax in your private hot tub on the porch of your rental cabin. You really can't go wrong.
Augusta is the perfect destination for someone who appreciates history and wants to get in a good round of golf. Best known for being the home of the Masters golf tournament, August is also teeming with historical landmarks and cultural activity opportunities. You can see Woodrow Wilson's childhood home or get tickets to the Symphony Orchestra. Want to get back to your roots with some old-fashioned line dancing? The Country Club Dance Hall & Saloon gives you live music and dancing every weekend.
Dahlonega is a great place to visit if you want some peace and quiet, but still want to be a quick drive to the city's capital in Atlanta. Perhaps the most enticing tourist attraction is the many vineyards. Choose from five vineyards and wineries, or look for the city's many local festivals. Want a little more action? Take a quick drive down 400 right into the heart of Atlanta.