Atlanta is the largest city and the capital of Georgia. It is also the 9th largest US metropolitan area. It ranks among the top world cities regarding the gross domestic product; 36th in the world and 8th in the US. Being a vital and thriving city it has loads of fascinating attractions that will please even the most demanding visitors. The climate here is a full 4-season humid subtropical with mild winters and hot, humid summers.
You can visit Atlanta for a short weekend break, or you can even spend long-term holidays, simply because there are way too many things to do and see. It is worth mentioning that Atlanta is the 7th most visited US city with an estimated 35 million visitors per year!
Here, you will find the Georgia Aquarium, the largest indoor aquarium in the world. There are many well-known historical sites and museums, such as the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum, the World of Coca-Cola, the College Football Hall of Fame, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, etc. The Zoo Atlanta is the home for 1,300 animals (220 species). Accommodates the largest number of gorillas and orangutans and is one of the four US zoos where you can see giant pandas. The Atlanta Botanical Garden is also a great attraction. Here, you can enjoy an exciting 600-foot long skywalk, called the Kendeda Canopy Walk. It is one of a kind in the US. Of course, Atlanta, as a great metropolis, is a great place for shopping therapy and a place where a large number of great festivals take place. It is a city with colorful nightlife and a multidimensional culture.
Atlanta is a fascinating city and is definitely worth to visit for a couple of weeks. You can find plenty of great Atlanta, such as the Hilton Garden Inn (11 miles from the city’s center), Country Inn & Suites (11 miles), Artmore (2.1 miles), etc.