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    Atlanta Holiday Guide

    Atlanta has been labeled as the “capital of the New South”,”the next international city” and “the best place to do business”. A city, which is too busy to hate, Atlanta is the capital of the South and a center of iconic African-American history. This city is thriving and has attained a balance between development and greenery. Th gor and enthusiasm and has simultaneously maintained its historic character. Atlanta is on fire and you better not miss that.

    Regions and cities of Atlanta

    Atlanta is the frontline of the New South. With the charisma and grace of the Old, this city equilibriums southern traditions with lustrous modernism, plentiful peach trees and sweet tea.
    Downtown: The Historic Business District of Georgia, acknowledged for features like Five Points, Centennial Park, Sweet Auburn, Hotel District, and Castleberry Hill and contains state capitol, city hall, the CNN Center, Georgia Aquarium and the New World of Coca-Cola.
    Midtown: Celebrated as the “Heart of the Arts”, Midtown Atlanta is the center of theaters and arts and also encompasses business and residential district with tall skyscrapers and a popular nightlife area. This district also contains Piedmont Park, the Woodruff Arts Center, and the Georgia Tech campus
    Buckhead: This suburb is held for the most distinguished and fashionable of all Atlanta neighborhoods and is enclosed by neighboring Brookwood Hills, Peachtree Battle, Lindbergh Center, and the Governor’s Mansion.
    East Atlanta: This is the newest addition to a rising list of redeveloped Atlanta neighborhoods and has an amazing collection of shops and restaurants
    South Atlanta: recognized for the city’s first park, Grant Park along with Hapeville, neighboring Victorian homes, as well as the busiest airport in the world.
    West Atlanta: West Atlanta includes Vine City, Bankhead, Historic West End, Adair Park, Collier Heights, and the Upper Westside
    Decatur: Almost held on to its residential small-town appeal with one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in Atlanta.

    The bucket list of Atlanta

    • 1Aim for roller skating at Cascade Fun Center
    • 2Visit the Land Trust
    • 3Watch an Alvin Ailey show at The Fox Theatre
    • 4Stopover at the College Football Hall of Fame
    • 5Get a personalized shank from The Goat Farm
    • 6Take a tour to Flux Night

    Catch the amazing sights of Atlanta

    • 1Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
    • 2Atlanta History Center
    • 3Georgia Aquarium
    • 4World of Coca-Cola
    • 5Piedmont Park
    • 6Atlanta Botanical Garden
    • 7Oakland Cemetery
    • 8Fernbank Museum of Natural History
    • 9Stone Mountain Park

    Relish the fascinating Sports and Events of Atlanta

    You can celebrate Atlanta festivals, according to the seasons as it offers events in the spring season and celebrates festivals in summer, winter and fall. With the aptitude for arts, Atlanta offers visitors and residents a huge collection of museums, classical music venues and a thriving theater scene. A major city means major sports teams and catching an Atlanta Falcons, Hawks or Braves game can make for an adventure of a lifetime.

    Witness the inventive dining of Atlanta

    You can eat your heart out in Georgia as there are diverse ranges of restaurant and cuisines. Atlanta serves customary South cuisine including plantation dishes, coastal and mountain dishes, and Cajun and creole dishes. Occupied with artistic notions, Atlanta dining choices have something to scratch the taste buds of even the pickiest foodie. You will discern an innovative Atlanta while dining around every corner.

    Diversify your shopping experience in Atlanta

    Georgia shopping possibilities range from antiques and boutiques to malls and outlets as well as farmers and flea markets to Georgia grown ad fresh products. Folks come from the Southeast for shopping in Atlanta. There are flea markets too along with huge department stores. The city's heterogeneous shopping neighborhoods include Little Five Points, Downtown Atlanta, Virginia-Highland, Buckhead and Midtown.

    Groove to the beat of Atlanta

    From sports bar to comedy clubs or from country line dancing to an escape to retro elegance, Atlanta nightlife matches every style of letting loose. Styled in the line of the historic opera house, Opera Atlanta nightclub features an amazing atmosphere with high vaulted ceilings and attractive chandeliers. Buckhead custom is typical of a classy crowd, so be sure to dress to impress while East Atlanta Village (EAV) is famous for live music and inexpensive drinks.

    Transportation ad cost

    The finest way to get around Atlanta is by using the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, known as MARTA as it covers the city and the suburbs with trains and buses. The Breeze Card offered by MARTA helps you to use the system easily at cheap rates. But many attractions are inaccessible from public transit and therefore driving is the only fastest means of getting around and cover all destinations.
    Atlanta is positioned above sea level, on the Piedmont Plateau. This elevation makes Atlanta somewhat cooler than other places in the US South. Typically, the climate of Georgia is humid subtropical with most of the state having mild winters and hot summers. This city experiences the comprehensive range of temperatures because of the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of Georgia and the hill country in the north. Atlanta is often nicknamed as "Hotlanta" in summer and receives little snow during winter. Further, downpour is high in late winter and early spring, and afternoon thunderstorms are common in summer








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