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Accommodation in Atlantic City cost from $61 per night.
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About Atlantic City
Situated on Absecon Island, Atlantic City is a thriving resort city replete with glamorous casinos, cultural art centers, and a historic boardwalk overlooking the Atlantic coast. With its picturesque beach and flourishing nightlife, Atlantic City is the place to be for non-stop excitement.
Things to do in Atlantic City
Atlantic City caters to families aiming to have a memorable, relaxing vacation as well as tourists seeking an electrifying getaway. Practice your poker face at one of several themed casinos such as the Tropicana inspired by Old Havana or the Golden Nugget, which celebrates the Gold Rush era. If you adore wine, indulge your taste buds at either the Balic Winery or Sharrott Winery. Take a lovely stroll across the boardwalk and admire the beach or visit the Central Pier Arcade and Speedway where you can go-kart race and play paintball. Alternatively, you can navigate through the city’s impressive streets which served as the inspiration behind the board game Monopoly. Attractions for children include the Atlantic City Aquarium; Storybook Land, a 20-acre amusement park where nursery rhymes and classic fairy tales come to life; and Jersey Shore’s Children’s Museum, a hands-on science and history-oriented museum. The city also hosts the Atlantic City Ballet, Bay-Atlantic Symphony, and annual Downbeach Film Festival.
Atlantic City Day Trips
Since Atlantic City borders the ocean, there are plenty of opportunities to sightsee and experience Absecon Island in its entirety. Hop aboard the Cape May Whale Watcher or one of Atlantic City Cruises’ boats to sail through the Atlantic Ocean and spot a bottlenose dolphin or whale. About a half an hour drive away from Atlantic City is a small island city called Brigantine which is just across the Atlantic City–Brigantine Connector. Brigantine offers points of interests such as the nonfunctional Brigantine Lighthouse that houses a gift shop, museum, and the city’s police department. The city is also home to part of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge as well as the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, which rescues, rehabilitates, and releases a variety of marine animals. If you yearn to venture outside of New Jersey, New York City is a just a 4 hour bus ride or 2.5 hour drive from Atlantic City.
Atlantic City Accommodation
With a variety of waterfront properties as well as quiet houses in neighboring small towns, Atlantic City has an abundance of beautiful rentals to choose from. Book a deluxe queen studio on the charming island city of Brigantine. Realize your Monopoly dreams by renting a stunning house on Atlantic Avenue or a room right in front of the beach on iconic Boardwalk. A group of travelers on a budget may find value in booking a 6-bed mixed dormitory based in Atlantic City. To ensure a wonderful experience in Atlantic City, use Tripping to compare rentals in the area by reviews, prices, and ratings. Book your Atlantic City vacation rental today.
Atlantic City Transportation
The New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit) serves Atlantic City by providing a robust system of trains, light rail, and buses that link New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Moreover, the city has a strong infrastructure of roads and highways which makes driving a breeze if you rent a car. Taxis and ridesharing services are another viable alternative. Since the city is relatively small, it is easy to get around by walking.
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