GA's capital is Atlanta. Civil War and Civil Rights required it. Diverse, lively towns, a rising economy, and green spaces draw millennials and elders.

Atlanta

Aspen, Colorado, is a ski resort town and outdoor recreation destination. It has high-end restaurants, stores, and attractions like the Wheeler Opera House

Aspen

San Antonio is a Texas city with a colonial past. San Antonio has Hispanic culture and Spanish colonial missions. It has the Alamo, SeaWorld, and Riverwalk.

San Antonio

Savannah has Victorian architecture, cobbled pathways, moss-draped oaks, and a languid pace. Savannah is Georgia's oldest and most attractive city.

Savannah

Philadelphia's notable landmarks include Rocky, cheesesteaks, and Mummers. It's known as the "City of Brotherly Love" and for its revolutionary history.

Philadelphia

Sedona's unique vitality and healing and inspirational qualities are due to its red rock beauty and evergreen vegetation. Red-orange rock is neurostimulating.

 Sedona

San Diego's beaches, parks, and weather are well-known. Balboa Park has art galleries, artist studios, museums, and gardens.

San Diego

This world-famous park has grassland, wildlife, and Denali. Clouds typically hide Denali National Park and Preserve's 160 miles of granite spires and snowy summits.

Denali National Park

Mardi Gras, Creole cuisine, and Mardi Gras are famous in New Orleans. French Quarter's architecture and Bourbon Street nightlife are famous.

New Orleans