This Atlanta hotel is less than a mile from Turner Field and within 2 miles of the Georgia State Capitol. It is also near the CNN Center, Georgia Aquarium, and ...
Hyatt Regency Atlanta Downtown is located on Peachtree Street, a 15-minute walk from Georgia World Congress Center. The hotel is connected to The Mall at Peachtree ...
Complimentary shuttle service is provided within 2 miles of this Buckhead aparthotel, which is less than a mile from Lenox Square Mall, Phipps Plaza, and a light-rail ...
Extensively renovated in 2014, this 73-story cylindrical-glass-tower hotel rises above downtown Atlanta and is within 6-10 blocks of CNN Center, Georgia World ...
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown, connected to Philips Arena through CNN Center, connected to the College Football ...
In the heart of Technology Square, this state-of-the-art hotel is on the Georgia Tech campus, 2 blocks from Atlanta's MARTA light-rail system, and 5 blocks from ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from College Park Golf Course and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Georgia International Convention Center. Point ...
With a bustling cityscape wrapped up in the charm of the old South, Atlanta offers a taste of American culture without the lofty price tag. Whether you're delighting in the free events in Centennial Olympic Park or relishing in the city's rich African-American history in the Sweet Auburn District, Atlanta will welcome you in for a cup of sweet tea.
From Gone With the Wind to the Georgia Aquarium, an Atlanta vacation mixes the iconic with the awesome. And with CheapTickets, the only thing you have to worry about is what to see first.
Atlanta has a sub-tropical climate with hot summers and cool winters, so the best time to visit is between October and March when it is a little more comfortable. Pricewise, you will grab a bargain around June or July but be aware that during these months the city experiences some heavy fog. Atlanta is home to one of the world's top book fairs held every April attracting tens of thousands of people, as does the La Noche de Los Musos festival which is basically a period throughout November every year when all the city's museums stay open all day and night for free.
Walk through Little Five Points, an eclectic Atlanta neighborhood featuring live music venues, unique restaurants, and vintage boutiques.
Book a scuba diving experience at the Georgia Aquarium to go swimming with some of the facility’s marine animals.
Visit Stone Mountain Park, a massive granite rock located outside the city, to see the nightly Lasershow Spectacular.
Take the kids to Centennial Olympic Park on a hot day, where they can run through the Olympic sprinkler fountain.
Tour the World of Coca-Cola, a museum dedicated to the history of the Coca-Cola Company, to taste various international sodas.
A park that covers over 3,000 acres and boasts the world's largest piece of exposed granite is definitely worth a trip, but even after you've gaped at the gargantuan granite, there's still much more to do. Ride the Summit Skyride cable cars to dizzying heights, test your mettle on the Sky Hike adventure course, or take in a movie at the 4D theatre.
When it comes to soda, Coca-Cola is the original king of them all, and Atlanta pays tribute with the incredible World of Coca-Cola. Learn about the bottling process, the history of the world's infamous soft drink, and hit the tasting room, where you can sample 60 Coke products.
No Atlanta vacation is complete without a visit to the Fox Theater, an iconic building that has played host to some incredible acts. It is the piece-de-resistance of the Fox Theater Historic District, an area of Atlanta that features some of the most impressive buildings in town. Be sure to check out the Georgian Terrace Hotel, which hosted the world premiere of Gone With the Wind.
Surround yourself with cash without having to spend a dime on your Atlanta travels. From the days of bartering to modern banking, this intriguing museum has everything from rare coins to robot cash-carriers.
A trip to Atlanta wouldn't be complete without discovering the history of one of her most notable inhabitants. From Dr. King's birthplace to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame, there is plenty to explore at no cost on your Atlanta travels.
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