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The price per night in Duluth starts at $77.
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Located just outside of Atlanta, Duluth is a suburban area but that doesn’t mean it lacks things to do. The city has a completely restored downtown area, with old buildings from the 19th century getting revamped and offering visitors everything from small town shops to big city entertainment. Developed and named in 1871, Duluth remains a historically rich area with a motto of “Pride in Old and New”. What was once a farming town and cotton trading post has since turned into a bustling city with easy access to the state capital of Atlanta.
Things to do in Duluth
Recreation and entertainment in Duluth are top-notch. The Atlanta Gladiators, a minor league hockey team, have their home base in the Infinite Energy Arena. Catch a game and see the next up and coming NHL stars before they reach the big show. The Infinite Energy Arena also hosts world-class entertainment, like wrestling tournaments, bridal expos, concerts, and much more. The AT &T Classic, a PGA Tour tournament, was hosted at Duluth’s Sugarloaf Country Club from 1997 to 2008. With all these options, you’ll be able to find just what you want during your stay. Duluth was named by Newsmax Magazine as one of the “Top 25 Most Uniquely American Cities and Towns” in 2009. Get a taste of American history in the city and the south by visiting the Southeastern Railway Museum, Georgia’s official transportation museum. Here, you’ll be able to get a glimpse of about 90 different rolling cars and locomotives. The museum also hosts events for kids and adults alike, so be sure to check out their calendar of events and plan your visit.
Day Trips from Duluth
Atlanta is a mere 35-minute drive from Duluth, so you’ll want to take a day trip to there and explore. Grab a bucket of popcorn and a soda while you enjoy watching the Braves, a Major League Baseball team, take on an opponent in Turner Field. You can also head to the Fox Theater to see the ballet perform in this landmark venue. Relax in Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, which were held in Atlanta. Finally, for a fun day out, head to Zoo Atlanta where you can see giant pandas up close, one of only 4 parks in the U.S. where this is possible. Finally, the World of Coca Cola is a museum highlighting the history of the Coke company, and is a great place to visit while in Atlanta. You can try hundreds of flavors of soda variations, so come on a hot day when you’re in need of a cold drink!
Transportation in Duluth
To get into Duluth, fly into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Rent a car and make the drive to Duluth. Having a car on your trip is recommended, at least to get from Duluth to Atlanta for your day trip. In Duluth, there are many streets you can walk around on and explore, but leaving the Duluth area is best done via car.
Tripping.com provides rentals in the Duluth and greater Atlanta area. From studio apartments for the solo traveler to family-friendly homes in Duluth, Tripping.com has your back. Stay in a restored bungalow in the Atlanta area or treat yourself by staying a King bedroom suite. Make your vacation come to life with your vacation rental choice! If you’re dining in Duluth, you have many options. Sushi might not be the first thing you think of in Georgia, but in Duluth you have to try Flying Roll. Their sushi and service go above and beyond, making this a local and tourist favorite. RW’s Subs is a great place to stop in for lunch, where their meatball sandwiches and tomato soup make the perfect meal.
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