Georgia sits right above Florida on the Atlantic coast and is known for its natural landscape of mountains and rivers. The US state has more than 45 state parks that boast miles of hiking trails and whitewater courses. The Cumberland Island National Seashore often has wild horses roaming its beaches, while Springer Mountain is the starting point of the Appalachian Hiking Trail.  

Named after King George II, Georgia played an important role in history with more than 400 Civil War battlefields and cemeteries as well as museums and colonial mansions scattered across the state. For something a little more kid-friendly, head over to Atlanta and check out the world’s largest collection of Coke memorabilia at World of Coca-Cola.

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