Cairo is a county seat city of Grady County, located along the Georgia-Florida state line. It was established in the 1870s, and it used to be the city of pioneers, adventurous explorers, and settlers. Nowadays, it is a small but very charming community with very friendly locals. No wonder why it is also known as the ‘Hospitality City.’ The major points of interests in Cairo include the Antique Car Museum, the County Museum, and great family-run restaurants. Cairo is a very popular destination for hunters and fishing enthusiasts since there are many excellent hunting and fishing spots nearby. Regarding Cairo, the Best Western Executive Inn (2.1 miles from the city’s center) is probably the best option. It is a newly renovated hotel with clean and comfy rooms. The staff is very accommodating and willing to provide you with useful info about top Cairo attractions!