Fly South for the Winter
Colorful, eclectic and exhibiting a flavor all their own, the Southern States belong to the earliest days of American history, bringing with them deep roots, and in many cases, modern transformation.
Like Gladys Knight once said, “Take a midnight train to Georgia.” Better yet, fly there! Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the busiest airport in the world, accommodating over 100 million passengers yearly. That means, if you’ve flown to or from the United States internationally, you’ve probably stopped in Georgia. This time, make it longer than a layover. Grab a car and take a road trip through the American South -- a region filled with history, culture and a handful of the most eclectic cities in the country.