Alabama Travel Guide

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If there's a state to visit all year round, it's Alabama. The brilliant autumn foliage is as attractive as its beaches and delicious cuisine. Located in the southern region of the United States, Alabama borders Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and the Gulf of Mexico. A Rich history and diverse landscapes make this state the best for tourists looking for an exciting vacation and a variety of accommodations. There are hotels, motels, resorts and inns for all budgets in Birmingham - the most populated city - and brand-name hotel chains offer diverse lodging options across the state.

When traveling to this colorful state, visitors have hundreds of choices for lodging and sports fans know this all too well. Inns, hotels and motels host racecar and speed fans who visit the Talladega Speedway and the Barber Motorsports Park Tuscaloosa and Auburn's stadiums are two favorites for football fans. Golfers don't ever want to miss the chance to hit the ball on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Tennessee or the Alabama rivers. They can opt to stay at resorts and large hotels along the now world-famous Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Alabama. Towns like Prattville, Opelika, and the city of Mobile, are also places to visit on this trail.

Majestic mountains, abundant wildlife and clear blue streams are some of the wonders visitors find when traveling to Alabama. Leisure and eco-friendly travelers have the choice of lodging inland or near the water and are always surrounded by nature and infinite activities like fishing, hunting, hiking and biking. Bed and Breakfasts are small and full of southern charm, and cities like Florence, Anniston and Selma are bursting with hotels and other accommodations. Lodging is also easy to find at any of the towns and beaches along the Gulf Coast, such as Bayou La Batre, Orange Beach and Gulf Shores Beach.

Families traveling to Alabama will discover that along with outdoor activities and sports, this state is rich in culture, architecture and history. Many of the civil right movements that started in Alabama changed the history of the United States. That's why its capital, Montgomery, is home to the CivilRights Memorial Center and the Rosa Parks Museum. Lodging in Montgomery is safe and abundant, so visitors can pick according to their budget and interests - whether those entail a visit to a historic church or a meal of delicious fried green tomatoes.


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