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Scroll down to find Cheap Air Flight tickets, ground travel options, budget accommodations and low-cost activities in the state of Georgia.
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Here's how to enjoy clean, convenient accommodations, fun activities, fine regional cuisine, and other local Georgia treasures that don't cost a fortune, necessarily.
For the best deals on round trip flights to Georgia, simply visit priceline.com, search your desired dates and destination, then click the "Name Your Own Price" option. Doing this can save you up to 40 percent on the cost of your flight.
Even better if you travel during non-peak season.
Be aware that certain rules apply to naming your own price on priceline.
For instance, a Cheap Air Flight might mean that NO changes can be made to your itinerary, and NO part of your payment can be refunded.
For maximum savings, book your Cheap Air Flight at least two weeks in advance.
Also, compare prices for all major airports accessible from your area. For example, you can use the Name Your Own Price feature to score a round trip flight from San Francisco to Macon for about $475, but you can save roughly $150 by arriving in Atlanta. From there, a bus ride to Macon can cost as little as $15 each way.
To score the lowest possible rates on overnight accommodations in Georgia, find the most budget-friendly hotel on priceline for the area in which you're staying, and reserve your room at least two weeks in advance.
Additionally, taking advantage of priceline's promotional features (such as the "Name Your Own Price" option) can lower your hotel rates by as much as sixty percent.
For example, the city of Atlanta is home to more than 400 hotels. You can use priceline's promotional features to get a hotel room in downtown Atlanta for as little as $35 a night. Cheap hotels in Georgia are always available with just a little bit of online research.
Save even more money on flights and Cheap Hotels in Georgia by using priceline to book your flight, rental car, and hotel at the same time.
Another viable alternative is scanning craigslist for sublets, vacation rentals, and other short-term living situations in your chosen
Bus Lines in Georgia
Two major bus lines serving the state
of Georgia are Greyhound and Trailways.
Greyhound serves the cities of Albany, Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Conyers, Dalton, Fort Gordon, Gainesville, Greensboro, La Grange, Macon, Madison, Marietta, Monroe, Norcross, Savannah, Tiftin, Thomson, Unadilla, Valdosta and Washington, to name just a few.
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Georgia Trailways is based in the cities of Atlanta, Brunswick, and Columbus.
Passenger Railroads in Georgia
Local Amtrak Stations in the state of Georgia are located at the cities of Atlanta (Peachtree), Gainesville, Jessup, Savannah, and Toccoa.
Amtrak stations near Georgia include Jacksonville Florida, Yemassee South Carolina, Denmark South Carolina, Clemson South Carolina, and Anniston Alabama.
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Check Amtrak's website for deals and special offers.
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Other available transportation options in Georgia's metro areas are Airport to Hotel shuttles, local taxi services, and rented or shared passenger vehicles.
despite the many public transit options available, the most
cost-effective and healthiest way to get around your favorite Georgia cities are walking and biking.
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