Top Attractions And Things To Do In Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia

Home of the 1996 Olympics, Atlanta is one of the US’s largest metropolitan cities. The city is home to a wealth of experiences just waiting to be enjoyed – performing arts, music, professional sports, beautiful parks, and much more. That’s why over 35 million tourists visit Atlanta each year.

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Airports In Atlanta

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport [ATL] is located just ten miles south of downtown Atlanta. Since 1998, the airport has been the world’s busiest airport by passenger traffic, with about 260,000 passengers flying through each day.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport [ATL] is a major travel hub for the Southeastern United States and is the home of Delta Air Lines.

Atlanta, Georgia skyline

Atlanta, Georgia skyline

Getting Around Atlanta

MARTA is Atlanta’s rapid rail system, with four lines spanning 47.6 miles. There are 38 rail stations located within and just outside of the I-285 perimeter, including a stop for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport [ATL].

MARTA also runs a bus system that provides service to areas not accessible via the subway.

Downtown Atlanta, Georgia

Downtown Atlanta, Georgia

CityPASS Atlanta

The Atlanta CityPASS saves you 40% on top attractions in Atlanta

You can also easily arrange a car rental pickup at Atlanta airport before you arrive in the city. You can see the latest car rental deals for Atlanta here.

Atlanta skyline

Atlanta skyline

Attractions And Things To Do In Atlanta

Atlanta is home to the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere. The 10 million gallon tanks are home to hundreds of unique species, including beluga whales, manta rays, and the only whale sharks located outside of Asia.

Jelly fishes in the Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

Jelly fishes in the Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

The Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

The Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta

Centennial Olympic Park was the site of a tragic bombing during the city’s 1996 Summer Olympics. Now, this public park is a popular venue for recreation and special events. Splash in the Fountain of Rings to cool off in “Hotlanta”.

Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia

Millions visit the park annually to enjoy special performances, such as the summer music concert series.

Sculpture at World of Coca-Cola museum, Atlanta

Sculpture at World of Coca-Cola museum, Atlanta

Now one of the most popular beverages around the world, Coca-Cola was first developed in Atlanta in 1886 as a medicine. At The World of Coke museum, visitors can engage in interactive exhibits and sample more than 100 variations of Coke beverages.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Other top attractions include the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Zoo Atlanta.

Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta

Where To Stay

In Atlanta, travellers can find a wide selection of hotels to choose from, ranging from hostels to five-star luxury hotels. You can use our hotel comparison tools to compare Atlanta hotel deals.

Atlanta at night

Atlanta at night

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