Although only 250 miles apart, Atlanta and Savannah belong to different eras. The skyline of the former justifies the state’s nickname, “The Empire State of the South.” In contrast, the seaport of Savannah is filled with 18th and 19th century charm.
23 imagesAtlanta was founded in 1837, destroyed during the Civil War and then rose from the ashes to become Georgia’s largest city and number nine in the U. S. History buffs enjoy visiting the MLK Historic Site and the President Carter Museum. But there is something for everyone in, “The City in the Forest.”
14 imagesSavannah offers an abundance of southern grace surrounded by historic architecture facing 22 city squares. There are countless reasons why the state’s oldest city is nicknamed is “The Hostess City of the South.”