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With Atlanta tours and tickets, enjoy budget-friendly and convenient sightseeing around the ‘City in a Forest.’ Georgia’s vibrant city with glittering skyscrapers, charming neighborhoods and picturesque green open spaces is the multi-cultural haven of Southeastern USA and boasts incredible arts and entertainment, eclectic gourmet cuisines, scenic gardens, museums, and top attractions. You’ll never run out of things to do in Atlanta. Visit noted Atlanta tourist attractions like Georgia Aquarium, Piedmont Park, World of Coca-Cola, CNN’s global headquarters, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Center for Civil and Human Rights and more! Enjoy a Downtown Segway tour, visit 11 filming locations of the Netflix series on a Stranger Things tour, enjoy skip-the-line access to Georgia Aquarium, and explore the city’s picturesque neighbourhoods on the Atlanta day trip.
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Our tips for Atlanta

  • Hiking. If you love some physical exercise, then Atlanta boasts the perfect opportunity to go hiking as the city is only 90 miles away from the Blue Ridge Mountains. So pack some hiking gear and make sure that you carry a comfortable pair of shoes with yourself.
    • History tour. Atlanta played a prominent role in the Civil Rights Movement. So enjoy an insight into the rich history and heritage of the city on a history tour that throws light on the long struggles to end slavery and segregation in the US. It’s a must-do part of any Atlanta sightseeing itinerary.
    • Save money by getting passes. Be a smart traveler and get the Attraction Pass to save money of admissions to major attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Studio Tour, College Football Hall of Fame and more. If you plan to travel extensively across the city, then get yourself Fun Spot America Atlanta: Single Day Pass to save money.

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    Atlanta, renowned as the birthplace of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., boasts significant landmarks such as his childhood home and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, which includes the iconic Ebenezer Baptist Church where he once preached.
    Dubbed "The City in a Forest," Atlanta's landscape impressively retains an extensive tree canopy, despite its status as a major metropolitan area. As the home of the world-famous beverage company Coca-Cola, Atlanta attracts tourists to its headquarters, the captivating World of Coca-Cola museum, and a prominent Coca-Cola sign located in the heart of downtown. Atlanta holds historical importance as the birthplace of the Cable News Network (CNN), founded in 1980, which revolutionized news delivery and emerged as a global news organization. Adding to its fame, the popular TV series "The Walking Dead" finds its filming locations in and around Atlanta, drawing devoted fans and significantly contributing to the local economy and tourism.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Q: What is the best time to book Atlanta sightseeing tour?

      The Peach City has pleasant weather throughout the year. However, spring is the best time to visit as the azaleas and dogwoods are in full bloom and the Appalachian foothills are at their most picturesque. The winter months see fewer hotels and restaurants booked and can be a good time to enjoy sightseeing without being hemmed in by touristy crowds. July is the hottest month so plan accordingly if you’re planning to visit.

    • Q: How do I get around?

      The city has an efficient public transport system and the buses and trains make all the major attractions and neighborhoods in the city accessible. In spite of the city’s famous traffic, Atlanta is best navigated by a car. So book packages that include transportation and enjoy a convenient sightseeing experience. You can also enjoy a number of sightseeing bus and electric car tours that cover major tourist attractions.

    • Q: What are the must-visit attractions in Atlanta?

      The Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Centennial Olympic Park, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, and the High Museum of Art are among the well-known attractions in Atlanta.

    • Q: What are some outdoor activities in Atlanta?

      Outdoor enthusiasts have the option to indulge in various activities at Piedmont Park, the BeltLine, or embark on hiking adventures at Sweetwater Creek State Park or Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

    • Q: What events and festivals take place in Atlanta?

      Throughout the year, Atlanta plays host to a diverse array of events and festivals, such as the Atlanta Film Festival, Atlanta Jazz Festival, Atlanta Food and Wine Festival, and the Dragon Con convention.

    • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Atlanta?

      Atlanta is a relatively safe city. However, 80% of the violence reported in the city is gang-related. Neighborhoods southwest of the I-20 and I-85 interchange are best avoided while Midtown, most of the suburbs, and Atlanta’s east side are considered safe.

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