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Tours in Georgia starting from $3,455

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Georgia Tours

Atlanta is home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners: Martin Luther King Jr. and President Jimmy Carter.

There are over 50 street names containing the word “Peachtree.”

Coca-Cola was invented here in 1886 by Dr. John S. Pemberton.  Consequently, the world headquarters and the World of Coca-Cola interactive museum are located here. 

“Gone with the Wind” was written by Margaret Mitchell in Atlanta.

The Varsity restaurant is the world’s largest drive-in, fast-food restaurant. 

Hartsfield Jackson Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports.

Why go on a Georgia Tour?

Atlanta, Georgia is a popular destination to live and visit.  On a Georgia Tour, you will discover the capital city of Atlanta.  Visit the Martin Luther King Jr. historic site, the site of his home and burial place, and the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, where Gone with the Wind was dreamt up and written. Enjoy the lively nightlife and active art scene in downtown Atlanta.  Visit the galleries, orchestras and ballets.  You may visit Six Flags amusement park, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, or LEGOLAND for some family fun.  In the district of Buckhead, enjoy the shopping and entertainment options.  Buckhead’s lounges, fine-dining restaurants, and luxury accommodations are beloved by tourists.  Also on your Georgia Tour, you will have the opportunity to explore attractions such as the beautiful, architectural landmark of the Georgia State Capitol, the iconic Peachtree Plaza that overlooks the city, Olympic Village and Stadium centre, and CNN’s headquarters.

When is the best time to go?

Georgia is home to year-round festivals.  In the spring is the Atlanta Jazz Festival and the Dogwood Festival featuring local artisans.  In the summer, Atlanta hosts the National Black Arts Festival and Atlanta Food & Wine Festival.  Warm summers bring an average of 27 C, and winters are brief and average around 4C with some light snowfalls. Georgia receives ample rainfall that contributes to the colourful flora.

View our Georgia Tour itineraries online to learn more about what they entail.  For more information, call toll free at 1-800-665-4981.