Atlanta Travel Guides: Holiday Guide to Atlanta

flights to atlantaAtlanta is has a long story to tell. The city has seen war, been burnt down and rebuilt again and even after all its tribulations, it is a wonder that it could boast having the busiest Airport in the world. In other details, the city is the capital of Georgia and is acknowledged as the enduring leader of America’s South. Below is a guide to tourists who plan on visiting the city.

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Things to do in Atlanta

You will have to visit the Centennial Olympics Park if you are going to visit Atlanta. There are a lot of activities you can indulge into here and they include relaxing by the man-made river, ice skating (in winter) and attending concerts. If you are planning to make your trip in summer, be sure to get close enough for a splash at the fountain or rings. The city has festivals through the year with highlights being the Atlanta Jazz Festival, Atlanta Film Festival and the Southeastern flower show.

Best hotels in Atlanta

The Hotel District has most of Atlanta’s reputed hotels. You can find it Downtown between Five Point and Midtown; it is important to note that Hotel District is in the core of the city’s economic center and just a walking distance from most of attractions. Other areas where you can find high-rise hotels are Buckhead which was once Atlanta’s nightlife hub. If your trip will take longer, consider renting an apartment in midtown where options are plenty.

Best time to visit Atlanta      

The best time to visit would be in Spring and Autumn. Atlanta is cooler than other cities although the weather could be hot in summer and not to forget that it is at risk of hurricanes between June and December. In addition to the favorable weather, most festivals are schedules for Spring and Autumn.

Places to see in Atlanta

Atlanta has a lot of amusements with a span from historical sites to landmarks and aquariums. Below are just a few highlights you should not miss out on.

  • World of Coca Cola
  • CNN Center
  • Georgia Aquarium
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
  • Centennial Olympic Park

Getting around in Atlanta

Visitors get in via the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Visit for flight tickets including those for other airlines like US Airways, Spirit and Air Canada. To get around, you can use a car, a taxi cab or public transit. Note that Atlanta favors people who prefer walking.

Where to shop in Atlanta

If you shop at upscale stores, you will find them at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. Neighborhoods or locations which are popular with shoppers include Midtown, Virginia-Highland, Little Five Points, Buckhead and downtown Atlanta. If you need to buy Fashion and clothing items as souvenir, check out Bill Hallman Boutiques; it has a presence in most of the city’s neighborhoods.

Best restaurant in Atlanta 

Atlanta is popular for its culinary diversity. Virtually all popular cuisines are presented here. For the record, Atlanta serves as the headquarters for such restaurant chains like Waffle House, Zaxby’s, Chick-Fil-A and Arby’s. While eating in Atlanta, do not forget that it is home to many celebrity chefs who have relocated from other cities.

Nightlife in Atlanta

There is a rich nightlife in Atlanta. The districts have different styles of partying. For instance, if you prefer spending your night watching sports and accompanied by a drink, there is a sports bar near the Centennial Olympics Park. In addition check out the nightclubs at Buckhead, Virginia-Highland, Midtown, Buckhead and Little Five Points.

Passport and Visa Requirements

If you are a citizen of the United States, you will not need a passport while boarding a domestic flight to Atlanta. The authorities will however require you to show an ID.

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