Alabama

Alabama Travel Guide

Articles about Alabama

By Amy McKeever

As far as roadtrips for food-lovers go, the American South is a must. The proof is in the pudding—not to mention the fried green tomatoes, gulf seafood, and Cajun Bloody Marys. 

By Jennifer Stewart Kornegay
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery March, and there’s no better time to visit Alabama’s capital city, a Deep South history hotspot. But don’t get lost in yesterday; the city’s present is as interesting as its past. ...
By Jenny Adams

With piled-high pancakes and hearty egg sandwiches, these breakfast spots will give you extra motivation to roll out of your hotel bed.

By Meredith Bethune
By Lauren Kay
Pursuing a life as close to nature as possible would have been madness to the seventeenth-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, who sensed “continual fear and danger” in such an existence. Hobbes felt certain it would be “poor, nasty, brutish...
By David Gould
Pursuing a life as close to nature as possible would have been madness to the seventeenth-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, who sensed “continual fear and danger” in such an existence. Hobbes felt certain it would be “poor, nasty, brutish...

Hotels in Alabama

This stately, 259-room resort sits like the crown jewel of the suburban community of Ross Bridge, which is otherwise populated by newly built family homes. With French chateau-inspired architecture, it’s considered to be a special occasion destination for locals.

Restaurants in Alabama

This old-school “meat and three” has been a local mainstay since the 1930’s. The chicken’s batter shatters with every crunchy bite. Be sure to order a side of corn muffins, crisp on the outside, fluffy, buttery, and piping hot on the inside.

Things to do in Alabama

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