Augusta travel guide

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You're Going to Love Augusta

Step out of the hustle of big city life and experience Georgia's hospitality in Augusta. Pretty and picturesque, Augusta sits on the Savannah River. It's a small city with a laid-back vibe and friendly, small-town charm.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Augusta

What to do in Augusta

Augusta Canal National Heritage Area
Top activities & attractions in Augusta

When to Visit Augusta

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With mild winters and hot, humid summers, Augusta is a year-round destination. Many visitors prefer the more temperate spring and early summer, along with fall for fishing.

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How to Get to Augusta

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Where to Stay in Augusta

Enjoy modern luxury at the Hyatt Place Augusta, with its convenient location. You'll have all the comforts of home at the Home2 Suites by Hilton Augusta, where you can choose a suite with a fully equipped kitchen.

Popular Neighborhoods in Augusta

Where to stay in popular areas of Augusta

Most booked hotels in Augusta

How to Get Around Augusta

The Cost of Living in Augusta

Shopping Streets

Washington Road is where you'll find many shopping options, including grocery stores and boutiques. For souvenirs and other local goods, check out the downtown historic area for specialty boutiques and stores.

Groceries and Other

Publix has multiple locations in Augusta, along with a large Harvey's Supermarket, where you'll find reasonable prices and well-stocked shelves. A quart of milk costs about $0.90 and a dozen eggs $1.75.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$12.00
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$30.00
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$2.00
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$3.83

Where to Eat in Augusta

You'll love the classic American cuisine done right at the Frog Hollow Tavern, where main dishes start at about $20. Calverts blends American and French cuisine for high-end fare that starts at $30.

Most popular restaurants in Augusta

Abel Brown
Abel Brown
$$$$
American
Excellent (260 reviews)
Frog Hollow Tavern
Contemporary American
Excellent (258 reviews)
Becks
Becks
$$$$
American
Excellent (245 reviews)
P.I. Bar and Grill
Contemporary Southern
Excellent (161 reviews)
Edgar's Grille - Augusta
Contemporary American
Excellent (156 reviews)
Cucina 503
Cucina 503
$$$$
Italian
Excellent (132 reviews)
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