Downtown Atlanta – Travel guide to downtown Atlanta for the best things to do


Atlanta is a large city with lots of neighborhoods and unique neighborhoods. It is one of the largest cities in South America and its size is largely related to the traffic of their popular vehicles. And while the suburbs of Atlanta all have something special to offer (including a number of them) cool things to do!), Atlanta is still the heart of the city both physically and spiritually.

Atlanta City Travel Guide to Central

Where to stay in Atlanta

American hotel

Downtown Atlanta is home to most of the city's largest hotels. It's much easier and faster to reach Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport by public transit from Downtown Atlanta, and that's why you'll find plenty of hotel in the area. In addition, all areas of tourist attraction in the main, events, and festivals and events taking place in the city center, this is where most visitors stay.

The US hotel, however, offers its own accommodation option that is different from other cookie-cutter options. It was the first modern hotel in Atlanta and the first in downtown Atlanta to be written during the civil rights movement.

With its own unique (and important) history, the hotel offers the opportunity to go back to mid-century time, but with all of its modern amenities. The property is designed in the middle of the century in a modern style with cool design designs that are extremely versatile. Alos the hotel offers an amazing breakfast, a 24-hour gym, and a small convenience store. See more photos and ratings here.

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Plan a trip to Atlanta during the Atlanta Pride!

Atlanta Pride week is October 11-13, after a week of LGBTQ events and activities. Join thousands of attendees at one of the largest festivals in the United States. Celebrity events include an opening ceremony at the Georgia Aquarium, a Tea Party in Piedmont Park, an art show in Stonewall, and a parade in the city.

Stay Atlanta Downtown hotel – DoubleTree by Hilton to be close to the whole action.

Where to Eat and Drink

As the city's busiest shopping center, many Atlanta restaurants and bars are open during normal business hours, and late evenings may be more relaxed than usual. And although the nature of the high tourism in Atlanta, in fact there is a little bit cold in special catch bite to eat.

First Lady & # 39; Bud & # 39; Gang South Cuisine

One of Atlanta's best-selling TV series was the Bravo series Real Housewives of Atlanta moms, and fans can get a glimpse of that lifestyle in The First Lady & # 39; Bud & # 39; Gang South Cuisine restaurant. In the Castleberry Hill neighborhood, just south of downtown, their flagship restaurant is a packed space for Classical food classics. And, of course, a happy Sunday afternoon!

BBQ twins

Southern food is on the list when in Atlanta, and BBQ twins downtown Atlanta serves some of the best BBQ in the state. A large part of the list is inspired by other tastes in the state of & # 39; BBQ & # 39; from all over the South, including Texas, North and South Carolina, Kansas City, and Memphis. But what to find in Smoke Twins adds to that flavor in Georgia to make it unique – and local.

Atlanta City Council Market

Also known Auburn sweet market, the dining hall was first opened in 1918 in the open market, and today has 30 local businesses in a variety of service areas – including some of the city's best restaurants and restaurants. Today, it is located on the outskirts of the City of Atlanta and in the suburbs of Sweet Auburn in an indoor mall that is completely popular at lunchtime. Don't miss out Auburn sweet BBQ standing, or international bites from local places such as Arepa Mia.

Trader Vic & # 39; s

The legendary restaurant and bar, Trader Vic & # 39; s is the home of the original & # 39; Rum Tai Rum cocktail & # 39 ;. With decorative tiki-style designs (including palm-tree ceilings and engraving on the Pacific islands on the walls & columns) this makes for a fun and exciting place. In the great area, the open space has a fireplace. Tiki drinks come in handcrafted cups and the menu features international dishes on the Pacific Island.

What to do in the City of Atlanta

Atlanta underground

Central Atlanta City, the Atlanta underground The shopping complex is a historic and integrated site with restaurants, shops, and workspaces on several floors. Originally opened in 1969, it is currently undergoing renovation, but it is a fun way to explore and experience the historic city of Atlanta.

Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium it is a non-profit & # 39; non-profit organization that has tens of thousands of animals in its home – from the beautiful & # 39; jellyfish & # 39; to beluga whales, whale sharks, and stingrays. The Aquarium also participates in conservation efforts around the world; they are the gem of a whale in North America that holds whale accidents home. It is also one of the largest waters in the world so it provides a good way to learn and understand more about life in the sea.

The Borderlands Farm

Atlanta hosted the 1996 Olympic Games and The Borderlands Farm was the site of much activity. Today, the garden served as a meeting place and grounds for Atlanta's largest events. Several Olympic stadiums and sites, such as memorial waves, are available to see when walking through the park.

The world of Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola was founded in Atlanta in the 20th centuryth century by a local pharmacist, and The world of Coca-Cola the experience gives visitors a chance to learn about history and see what made soda drinks one of the most popular brands in the world. It's amazing, it's a family-friendly experience where you can learn about the history of branding, watch some of its most popular ads, and even taste-test hundreds of Coca-Cola products around the world.

National Center for Human Rights and Human Rights

The National Center for Human Rights and Human Rights they document the civil rights movement with important historical materials, letters, photographs, and videos. It is an emotional journey in American history, with a particular focus on Georgia and the state of Atlanta. The center also gave a presentation on civil and human rights movements from around the world, touching on women's rights, LGBTQ equality, and other problems in modern human history. If you are unable to visit Martin Luther King, Jr. park, this museum gives you a great way to still learn about history.

CNN & Studio Tourism Center

One of the world's largest news networks, CNN has been headquartered in Atlanta since its inception. It is reasonable to join a going to the studio which allows you to experience what the magazine room looks like, and even give you an insight into the live studio and newsroom where many stories are broken. The CNN Center is located on CNN Center, a historic building with the world's longest-running elevator (sits at 8 stories!).

Note: My trip to Atlanta was sponsored and supported Hiltons in Atlanta. All ideas here, as always, are my own.