As the biggest city in Georgia as well as the capital of the state, Atlanta seamlessly straddles its rich history and youthful energy. “The Big Peach” is home to three professional sports teams and over 10 universities. It even hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement and an important Civil War site, Atlanta boasts a variety of history and art museums for all ages to enjoy. Dubbed “Hotlanta” for the combination of the lively nightlife, booming hip hop industry, and Southern heat, there is never a lack of cultural events to check out.
Atlanta is divided into over 200 diverse neighborhoods, with some of the busiest parts concentrated Downtown. Major companies like Coca-Cola and CNN have their headquarters there and the many iconic sites within the Sweet Auburn Historic District, just east of Downtown, attract visitors and locals alike. Hailed as “the Beverley Hills of the East,” the Buckhead neighborhood in the northern part of the city is the perfect place for chic shopping and dining. The Midtown area, which divides Downtown and Buckhead, is known as the art and music center of the city. It offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life with large natural sites, such as Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
The most efficient and scenic way to see Atlanta is the Skyview Ferris, which features luxe gondolas that tower 20 feet above Centennial Olympic Park. Head to the Georgia Aquarium for a fear-inducing swim with whale sharks or see the extremely rare (and adorable) twin baby pandas at Zoo Atlanta. Memorable live entertainment can be found at picnic-friendly Chastain Park Amphitheater, which hosts both daytime and nighttime festivals and concerts, and the legendary Fox Theatre. A half-hour drive east will bring you to iconic Stone Mountain, a quartz dome etched with a Confederate memorial and surrounded by hiking trails and a family-friendly theme park.
Home to the busiest airport in the world, Atlanta is a hassle-free travel destination. See all different parts of Atlanta quickly using MARTA, the mass transit system, or take in the scenery at a more leisurely pace with a horse-drawn carriage or trolley tour. Atlanta is a small enough city to find a spacious home brimming with Southern charm, but big enough to find a modern apartment that offers the full urban living experience. Atlanta's diversity will mold to fit whatever your travel wishes may be!
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