4. Atlanta, Georgia
In recent years, Atlanta has become one of the most important commercial towns in the U.S. due to its busy international airport, and some popular businesses (Coca-Cola and CNN) that have their headquarters here. As soon as you enter the city, you will notice its charming streets and scenic parks such as Piedmont Park which has picnic areas and 22 grills.
There are many fun things to do while staying in this gorgeous city. The best part? Some museums and attractions are actually free or cost less than $10 per person for admission: the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Site, Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the Center for Puppetry Arts, and the Fernbank Science Center.