Thomasville is the second largest city in Southwest Georgia (after Albany) and the county seat of Thomas County. During the Victorian era, it used to be very popular among wealthy people from the Northern States who were moving to Thomasville to spend the winter. That’s why it was also known as the “Winter Resort of the South.” The area’s climate is very mild and the air fresh and pine-scented. Nowadays, Thomasville keeps strong its old glam cultural identity, and the wealth and chic essence of the past are depicted beautifully on the many well-preserved Victorian mansions, the historic downtown, museums, exquisite restaurants, and cozy cafes. Overall, it is a very attractive weekend escape destination for those looking a romantic and peaceful retreat. Most of the Thomasville offer great bargain deals throughout the year.