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|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
If you’re flying out of Baltimore and heading to the Peach State, you’ll enjoy the fun and excitement that Atlanta has to offer. There are several iconic attractions which are unique to the city. Visit the World of Coca-Cola, which is located at Pemberton Place in the downtown area of the city, and learn more about the history and significant milestones of Coca-Cola.
While visiting Pemberton Place, discover the unique underwater sea creatures at the Georgia Aquarium. Another popular landmark in Atlanta is the Centennial Olympic Park where the 1996 Olympic Games were held. If you want to enjoy a fun-filled day for the whole family, visit Six Flags Over Georgia, in Austell.
The MARTA provides train routes throughout the city, the downtown area and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). When you arrive at the airport, you should opt for a rental car so you can choose your own schedule. Atlanta has plenty of things to do and places to visit, and a vehicle will provide you with dependable transportation during your stay.
Atlanta is home to an array of shopping malls and boutiques, and Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza is located in Buckhead. The Mall at Peachtree Center is also located downtown for all your shopping.
The flight time between from Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) to ATL is about two hours. When you arrive at ATL, shuttle buses will be available to transport you to the off-site rental car center.