A recent study conducted among 50 travel writers, photographers, and professionals revealed TravelMag’s 10 Most Charming Towns and Small Cities in Georgia with some familiar spots on the list. Fayetteville and Senoia are both among the chosen locales culled from cities with populations between 3,000 and 50,000 residents.
In their writeup, TravelMag calls Fayetteville a “city steeped in American civil war history and popular culture. Not only was it named after a revolutionary war hero, but it is also said to have inspired Margaret Mitchell, author of the famous American Civil War-era novel ‘Gone With The Wind,’ who made frequent visits here.” They go on to note it is a “visual delight, boasting picture-postcard beauty thanks to its perfectly-manicured city gardens and scenic nearby lake – all adding to its distinctive charm and appeal.”
They call Senoia “sleepy small town America at its finest,” a town “boasting a charming historic downtown area, it is a great place for leisurely antique hunting and picking up novelty curios – the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life,” while also referencing its newfound popularity from The Walking Dead.”
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