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Comercial de turismo oficial de Georgia

Comercial de turismo oficial de Georgia
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Camina por las calles de adoquines de la primera ciudad de Georgia, Savannah, un lugar repleto de encanto sureño y con uno de los distritos históricos más grandes del país. Desconéctate del mundo en Cumberland Island National Seashore (Costa Nacional de la Isla Cumberland) de Georgia, que conserva su belleza natural con caballos salvajes merodeando por las playas.

En conmemoración del centésimo quincuagésimo aniversario de la Guerra Civil, descubre nuestros más de 400 sitios vinculados a este episodio histórico, que ofrecen una amplia variedad de campos de batalla, cementerios, arsenales, museos, mansiones e historias.

Los 47 parques estatales de Georgia ofrecen oportunidades para tener aventuras al aire libre. Navega en kayak o practica rafting en el Chattahoochee River (río Chattahoochee) en Columbus, los rápidos urbanos más largos del mundo. Camina por el Appalachian Trail (Sendero de los Apalaches), que comienza en Springer Mountain (montaña Springer) en las North Georgia Mountains (montañas del norte de Georgia).

Visita los sitios de grabación que hoy en día ya son parte de la historia televisiva y cinematográfica de Georgia. Revive uno de los íconos más famosos de Georgia, "Lo que el viento se llevó", mientras recorres el Gone With the Wind Trail (Sendero de Lo que el viento se llevó), que va desde Jonesboro hasta Marietta.

Con todo lo que hay para ver y hacer, querrás asegurarte de explorar Georgia.

Comercial de turismo oficial de Georgia

Comercial de turismo oficial de Georgia
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Dato curioso

Dato curioso sobre Georgia
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La Coca-Cola se inventó en Georgia; realizar un recorrido de su sede en Atlanta es una experiencia popular entre los visitantes.

Children marveling at a whale shark in the Georgia Aquarium
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The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere.

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Kayaking on the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia
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North America’s largest blackwater swamp is the Okefenokee in South Georgia.

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Hiking in Providence Canyon, Georgia
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Providence Canyon State Park

With dramatic cliffs and deep gulleys, rainbow-hued soil and lush forests, Providence Canyon in southwest Georgia rightfully earned its nickname, the Little Grand Canyon. Ironically, this striking natural beauty was caused by poor farming practices during the 1800s. Enjoy hiking, camping, astronomy programs and outstanding photography opportunities.

Radium Springs near Albany, Georgia
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Radium Springs Gardens

Georgia’s largest natural spring pumps 265,000 liters of refreshing, 20-degree Celsius water per minute, earning its place among the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia. This scenic park outside Albany was once home to a casino and resort. Today, it’s perfect for a stroll or a picnic.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Little White House in Warm Springs, Georgia
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Warm Springs

This bucolic destination was made famous by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s search for a polio cure in its soothing natural hot springs. Visit FDR’s Little White House, browse downtown boutique and savor traditional Southern fried chicken and homemade biscuits at the Bulloch House. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike more than 60 kilometers of trails at F.D. Roosevelt State Park, the largest in Georgia.

Overlooking Tallulah Falls in Tallulah Gorge, Georgia
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Tallulah Gorge State Park

In 1970, daredevil Karl Wallenda walked a tightrope across the Tallulah Gorge, a 304-meter-deep, 3.2-kilometer-long gorge carved out by the Tallulah River. (Tip: You can still see the towers that held his tightrope.) Pick up a free permit that allows you to hike to the gorge floor, where a suspension bridge crosses the rushing river.

Kayaking the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge

Experience the mystery and beauty of the largest blackwater swamp in North America, the 163,000-hectare Okefenokee Swamp. Established in 1936 to protect migrating birds and wildlife, this refuge offers fishing, paddling, camping and fantastic views from boardwalks and observation towers.

Amicalola Falls in Georgia
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Amicalola Falls

Northern Georgia is home to the USA’s third-highest waterfall east of the Mississippi River, the 222-meter Amicalola Falls. The waterfall is easily accessed, inviting picnickers and hikers alike to relax and listen the soothing sounds. The adjacent state park and lodge of the same name offer outdoor activities and overnight stays. This natural escape is just 1.5 hours north of Atlanta.

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta
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Georgia Aquarium

One of the largest aquariums in the world, the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta offers an up close look at thousands of unique aquatic species including penguins, dolphins, sharks, otters, fish and reptiles. In addition to shows and animal demonstrations, the aquarium offers behind-the-scenes tours, animal encounters and swim-and-dive experiences.

Globo aerostático sobre Asheville, Carolina del Norte
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