Cheap Flights to Atlanta

About the Origin - Atlanta

Atlanta is the capital city of the state Georgia, and ninth largest metropolitan in the United States. The city was established in 1837, and it was battered badly in the ‘Civil War’, yet it has emerged as the national center of Commerce. The city has become the one of the prominent city in the United States for its progressive spirit after the Civil War. Atlanta shows the diversity in traditions and culture that blends typical southern culture with modernism. The estimated population of the city is 447,841, and metropolitan covers an estimated 5,522,942 people. Hefty peach trees, numerous museums, Theatres, architectural marvels, three skylines, sweet tea, and its world’s busiest Airport earned a prominent place in the world. It ranked at 45 in the ‘world cities’ and notched 8th rank in the US for reaching its domestic gross $270 billion.

Tourist Attractions

The city was built from the ashes of the Civil War, and emerging as the powerful economical capital in the United States. Many Museums, Architectural marvels, theatres, parks and festivals are the major attractions of the city. You can find the following famous museums exhibiting the preserved history about various things that includes, World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center and Studio Tour, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, Atlanta Cyclorama, Atlanta History Center, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, The Michael C. Carlos Museum, High Museum of Artin, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA), Rialto Center for the Arts, Atlanta Monetary Museum, Robert C. Williams Paper Museum , Margaret Mitchell House & Museum. Though the city was collapsed to the bottom, it has rebounded like a thunder and recollected its love for the arts and erected as the cultural capital of the state. You can see the plenty of performing arts such as, Atlanta Ballet, historic Fox Theatre, Atlanta Opera, and the New American Shakespeare Tavern are the must visit places for any art lover. Conversely, you can see the plenty of architectural wonders in the city and most of them are flecked in Midtown and Downtown areas exhibiting the Victorian architecture. Highland Avenue, Buckhead mansions, Inman Park, High Museum of Art, and The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, The Bank of America of 1023 feet, Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Hyatt Regency, Americas Mart, and the Marriot Marquis and many more other skyscrapers are the evidences of the urbanization of the city.

Shopping Dining & Nightlife

Being an economical and populous city, it has numerous shopping malls including the United States top ten retailers, Antique and Arts selling stores, crafts, boutiques and thrift stores, and huge shopping malls. You can see the shopping opportunities in the neighbourhoods of the city downtown Atlanta, Midtown, Virginia-Highland, Little Five Points, and Buckhead. If you are an art lover then you must hit ‘the Street’, The Miami Circle, and the Galleries of Peachtree Hills. Buckhead is the heaven for the shopaholics as it owns 1400 retails stores. Also, Lenox Square and Philips Plaza makes you spendthrift as they own expensive brand outlets Barneys CO-OP, Neiman Marcus, Jil Sander, Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton. In the midtown, you can hit The Midtown Mile, a street market that offers many stores selling various kinds of needs. Vintage shopping experience will be possible only at Little Five Points, East Atlanta Village, and Virginia-Highland. Underground Atlanta is another shopper’s stop in Atlanta, providing numerous stores, restaurants, and souvenir shops many more.

Dining experience in the Atlanta is amazing. It has numerous restaurants sprawled throughout the city. You will be served the delicious culinary from the adept chefs. Many celebrity chefs delivered remarkable culinary that mirrors Atlanta and southern traditions. Atlanta guarantees the deliciousness in its food in any restaurant.

Nightlife in the city of Atlanta never fades away. Numerous pubs and night clubs in the city enjoys the night vibe; however, it varies from place to place. Buckhead offers the chic style nightlife, whereas Little Five Points enjoy it in a casual atmosphere; trendy vibe in Virginia Highland and Midtown.

Festivals & Seasons

Atlanta’s year calendar is packed with numerous religious and seasonal festivals. The South-eastern Flower Show and ATLart festivals will be held in January and February. Downtown Atlanta's St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival come in March and Atlanta Dogwood Festival in April. In the month of May, Atlanta Jazz Festival and Atlanta Film Festival will be held in June. The Georgia Shakespeare Festival lasts from the beginning of the June to end of the October. In July the city enjoys the Independence Day and Peachtree Road Race. The world’s prime cultural festival ‘The National Black Arts Festival’ will be held in July.

Dragon*Con, Costume Parade, The Atlanta Pride Festival, Atlanta Celebrates Photography festivals will be held during August to October. November, December will be packed with Thanks Giving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.

It will be comfortable if you choose to travel during spring and autumn; i.e. mid-September through late-November, as the climate during this time would be glorious and will be less rains.

Transportation within the city

The city has developed a comfy transport system for the public. However, the majority of the population depends on the cars, walking to roam around the city along with metro, buses and taxies. Walking is preferred by many people, as most of the city sights and neighbourhoods are easily accessible. Tourists can avail the buses, MARTA (Metro) which will run from 5 AM to 1-30 AM and cars and taxies that are available 24/7.

Popular Sports in Atlanta

Atlanta partakes in many sports events and it has produced three major professional teams for the MLB (Atlanta Braves), NBA (The Atlanta Hawks), and NFL (The Atlanta Falcons). Besides, it is also home for Ice hockey teams Atlanta Thrashers (Now moved to Winnipeg) and Atlanta Flames (Now moved to Calgary). Various sports events were hosted by the city in past, including, 1996 Summer Olympics, Super Bowl XXVIII (1994), Super Bowl XXXIV (2000), PGA Tour (2001 &2011), PGA Championship, 56th NHL All-Star Game (2008), Wrestle Mania (2011), and it also hosted the NCAA Final Four Men's Basketball Championship four times.

Weather in Atlanta

The Atlanta city enjoys the cool climate most of the time as it is situated at the estimated elevation of 800-1900ft above the sea level. During winter, the city experiences mild warm, cold-fronts with little snow and daytime temperature will be in 50’s and nights it comes to 30’s. Summer in the city is very hot and humid. Temperatures will notch the 900F and more sometimes. Due to its hot climate, the city named as the “Hotlanta”. Early spring and late winter experience the heavy rains and the city usually hit by thunderstorms in summers.

Emergency Numbers

For any criminal offense tourists can inform the police at a toll free number 911.

About Atlanta Airport & Location

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (IATA: ATL, ICAO: KATL, FAA LID: ATL) is located to 11 kilometers away from the city center. The airport serves as a gateway to the east cost of the United States and it is one of the busiest airports of the world, which serves over 92 million passengers each year. The airport serves the majority of domestic flights when compared with international flights and acts as a major hub for Delta Airlines and AirTrans Airways.

Airline Information

The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is served by a large number of air carriers such as

Air Canada Express Alaska Airlines American Eagle Delta Air Lines
KLM United Airlines Lufthansa Frontier Airlines
British Airways Virgin Atlantic American Airlines Yakutia Airlines

and US Airways, US Airways Express, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines.

Airport Terminal Information

The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has two terminals called as north terminal and south terminal and with six concourses (T, A through E). Both the terminals are well equipped with all amenities and all the concourses are connected with underground people mover.

Local Transportation at Atlanta Airport

There are many ways to get and from the airport. It is reachable by buses and trains served by Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), suburban shuttles, hotels shuttle services and vans.

Airport Facilities

Atlanta airport provides world class facilities include shopping, restaurants, bars, cafes, meeting rooms for business purpose, rest rooms, post office, currency exchange desk, Wi-Fi, internet access and information desk.

Hotels near Atlanta Airport

There are many luxuries places to stay around the Atlanta international airport such as

Motel 6 Holiday Inn & Suites Crowne Plaza Hotel
3 Palms Hotel Wellesley Inn Staybridge Suites
Sheraton Holiday Inn Hilton Garden Inn
Hotel Indigo Atlanta Airport College Park DoubleTree by Hilton Hilton

and Drury Inn & Suites , Econo Lodge , Sleep Inn Atlanta Airport College Park, Days Inn , Quality Hotel Conference Center College Park, Best Western Plus , Hampton Inn, Hyatt Place.

All Airport Enquiries

Save the contact for any airport related information +1 800-897-1910.

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6000 N Terminal Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30320
United States