Atlanta Georgia Visitors Guide

This Atlanta Georgia Visitors Guide shares information on Atlanta from a visitor's perspective and assists with hotel and travel reservations. Learn about Atlanta. Plan your visit using this visitors guide.

Atlanta Georgia, a city of commerce, is the location of the corporate headquarters of Coca Cola, Home Depot and Delta Airlines, Atlanta is a city of big business evidenced by the presence of CNN Center and the distincion of having the busiest airport in the world.

Atlanta's cultural history can be seen in the French Renaissance-style architecture of the Georgian Terrace hotel, the historic mansions and cemeteries as well as on Auburn Avenue - the epicenter of historically African-American businesses.

Atlanta attractions include the world's largest acquarium, a zoo that features giant pandas, the world's largest Civil War Battle of Atlanta painting, the house where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With the Wind and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.

Atlanta nightlife may include enjoying the Southern cuisine at South City Kitchen in Midtown or at a restaurant in Atlantic Station, dinner at Underground Atlanta, a show at Fabulous Fox Theatre or the Alliance Theatre, a concert, opera or a ballet.

The Cumberland Galleria district in Northwest Atlanta is a popular destination for mid-sized conventions and meetings. The district is also the location of SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, and the location of Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center.

Known as the Capital of the New South, Atlanta is surrounded by small towns full of traditional Southern charm and warm Southern hospitality. Many of these small towns have nostalgic town squares and quaint shops and cafes that line the historic squares. Even in these small towns, there's always something to do!

Opportunities for family fun in Atlanta include a trip to Six Flags Over Georgia theme park that features Goliath, the tallest roller coaster in the Southeast! For adventure, take a hot air balloon ride, go skydiving or boating on the Chattahoochee River.

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