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Airfares from Austin (AUSTIN BERGSTROM) to Atlanta (ATL) $50
Airfares from Orlando (ORLANDO INT'L) to Atlanta (ATL) $68
Airfares from Tampa (TAMPA TAMPA) to Atlanta (ATL) $68
Airfares from Detroit (DETROIT WAYNE CO) to Atlanta (ATL) $72
Airfares from New Orleans (NEW ORLEANS INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $73
Airfares from Fort Lauderdale (FT. LAUDERDALE INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $75
Airfares from Minneapolis (MINNEAPOLIS INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $92
Airfares from Cincinnati (CINCINNATI CIN N.KNTY) to Atlanta (ATL) $106
Airfares from Boston (BOSTON LOGAN) to Atlanta (ATL) $110
Airfares from Baltimore (BALTIMORE INT'L) to Atlanta (ATL) $113
Airfares from Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA PA/WILM'TON INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $117
Airfares from Indianapolis (INDIANAPOLIS INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $117
Airfares from Fort Worth/Dallas (DALLAS INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $121
Airfares from West Palm Beach (WEST PALM BEACH INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $125
Airfares from Sheffield/Florence/Muscle Shoals (MUSCLE SHOALS) to Atlanta (ATL) $127
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON NATIONAL) to Atlanta (ATL) $131
Airfares from San Antonio (SAN ANTONIO INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $146
Airfares from Newark (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK NEWARK INL) to Atlanta (ATL) $148
Airfares from Spartanburg/Greenville (GREENVILLE) to Atlanta (ATL) $151
Airfares from Milwaukee (MILWAUKEE G MITCHELL) to Atlanta (ATL) $169
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON DULLES) to Atlanta (ATL) $172
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK LA GUARDIA) to Atlanta (ATL) $172
Airfares from Los Angeles (LOS ANGELES INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $174
Airfares from Denver (Denver International Airport) to Atlanta (ATL) $177
Airfares from Pittsburgh (PITTSBURGH INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $188
Airfares from Albuquerque (ALBUQUERQUE INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $193
Airfares from Richmond (RICHMOND/WMBG INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $194
Airfares from Buffalo (BUFFALO INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $195
Airfares from Windsor Locks (HARTFORD CT/SPRINGFIELD BRADLY) to Atlanta (ATL) $199
Airfares from Jacksonville (JACKSONVILLE INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $200
Airfares from Oakland (OAKLAND INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $200
Airfares from Manchester (MANCHESTER MUNICIPAL) to Atlanta (ATL) $201
Airfares from Baton Rouge (BATON ROUGE RYAN) to Atlanta (ATL) $203
Airfares from Durham/Raleigh (RALEIGH/DURHAM INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $206
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK KENNEDY) to Atlanta (ATL) $212
Airfares from San Jose (SAN JOSE) to Atlanta (ATL) $216
Airfares from Las Vegas (LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN) to Atlanta (ATL) $217
Airfares from Norfolk (NORFOLK INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $232
Airfares from Phoenix (PHOENIX INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $247
Airfares from San Francisco (SAN FRANCISCO INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $251
Airfares from Rochester (ROCHESTER MONROE CTY) to Atlanta (ATL) $265
Airfares from Oklahoma City (OKLAHOMA CITY ROGERS) to Atlanta (ATL) $271
Airfares from Tallahassee (TALLAHASSEE MUNICIPAL) to Atlanta (ATL) $277
Airfares from Wilkes Barre (WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON) to Atlanta (ATL) $283
Airfares from Tulsa (TULSA INT'L) to Atlanta (ATL) $284
Airfares from Portland (PORTLAND INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $308
Airfares from Des Moines (DES MOINES MUNICIPAL) to Atlanta (ATL) $311
Airfares from San Diego (SAN DIEGO LINDBERG) to Atlanta (ATL) $319
Airfares from Moline (MOLINE QUAD CITY) to Atlanta (ATL) $321
Airfares from Santa Ana (SANTA ANA WAYNE INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $355
Airfares from El Paso (EL PASO INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $355
Airfares from Salt Lake City (SALT LAKE CITY INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $362
Airfares from Huntsville (HUNTSVILLE/DECATUR HUNTSVILLE) to Atlanta (ATL) $380
Airfares from Tucson (TUCSON INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $380
Airfares from Vancouver (VANCOUVER INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $392
Airfares from Burbank (BURBANK) to Atlanta (ATL) $397
Airfares from Honolulu (HONOLULU INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $570
Airfares from Nassau (NASSAU INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $645
Airfares from Kahului (KAHULUI) to Atlanta (ATL) $690
Airfares from Freeport (FREEPORT INTL) to Atlanta (ATL) $727

General Facts about Atlanta

Atlanta is located near the Appalachian Mountains with an elevation of 336 meters above the sea level. According to history, Atlanta came into existence in 1986 when Georgia picked a location for a railroad that will connect the city and U.S Midwest. At that time, Atlanta became the distribution hub for the whole of Southern U.S.

Today, Atlanta is the capital of Georgia; a city in the United States of America. According to a 2016 population estimate, it has a population of 472,522 and a home to almost 5,710,795 people. The city is made up of three districts known as Downtown, Midtown, and Buckhead and it also has up to 242 neighborhoods.
Atlanta has one of the most visited Airports in the whole world; The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This airport is one of the busiest in the world due to the number of new residents that troop into the city.

The city is also the home of President Jimmy Carter and Martin Luther King who are known for the winning of two Nobel Peace Prize. Atlanta is also popular for her toll-free dialing area, the large shopping center and the 10k race called "Peachtree Road Race" which has up to 45 runners every year.
According to Wikipedia, Atlanta attracts over 35 million visitors every year. People come from all over the world to visit the Georgia Aquarium, historical museums, and other outdoor attractions. It is not surprising that many people come to the city because there are many attractive sites and locations to visit in Atlanta.

Things to do in Atlanta

Atlanta attracts millions of people from all over the world every year. Some come to visit the attractive areas while others come to settle down and utilize the opportunities which the city has to offer. There are many exciting things to do in Atlanta.

You can visit the historical sites, the museums, enjoy the music and the delicious food. Atlanta also operates a diverse economy with different sectors like Information Technology, Business services, Logistics, Media operations, etc. No matter where your interest lies, the city has you covered. So as you plan a visit, prepare to have the time of your life.
If you are planning your first visit to Atlanta, there are many attractive areas you must visit while in the city. You can start from some of the historical sites like the home of Martin Luther King Jr and where he was buried. This site has several buildings. You will see the international World Peace Rose Garden where he made the popular speech "I have a dream" At this place also, you will see the museum that contains the history of the "American Civil Rights movement." Mohandas K Gandhi memorial tribute which was an Indian visionary,

After your visit to the Museum, you can go to the "World of Coca-Cola" where you will see the history of the Coca-Cola Company. You will see the journey of the company and all the advertising campaigns it has ever used displayed in a way that will tell the story. You can journey through the history from a 3D studio that has moving seats to become a connoisseur by tasting up to 60 products of Coca-Cola from different countries of the world. You can find this funhouse at Pemberton Place when you get to the downtown area.
Also, you can go to so many areas like the "College football of firm" where the city honors it, athletes. There is also the "Carter Center" which is the house of President Jimmy Carter' papers, family life and other materials from his administration. Another interesting site is the "Margaret Mitchell House and Museum" where she wrote the novel "Gone with the wind" which turned out to be a best-seller.

The next place you must go to is the Georgia Aquarium which is the largest indoor aquarium in the whole world. This aquarium is called the largest because it contains water that is up to 8 million gallons and houses more than 100,000 animals with up to 500 species. If you haven't seen a shark before, you will see the four whale sharks captured from the Taiwan waters. There is also a Manta Ray shark named Nandi and a Hammerhead Shark from South Africa. You can also see other species that are not popular in the United States.
If you are interested in research, you should go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention where the research and development of vaccines to every dangerous illness take place. The CDC is also the source for accurate statistics for people all over the world.

When it is time for shopping, the Buckhead which is known as the shopping mecca in the Southern part of the city should be your choice. It is also amongst the affluent neighborhoods in the Atlanta. Also, you can visit the tallest building in the United States which is the Bank of America located in Atlanta. This building is 1,023 feet tall, and it dominates Atlanta's skyline. One fascinating part of its design is that it has no entrance for street-level pedestrians but they can either enter or exit the bank through the underground parking areas.
Other outdoor attractions in Atlanta which you must enjoy are the "Atlanta Botanical Garden close to the Piedmont Park where the "Kededa Canopy walk" is situated. A skywalk which you can follow to visit the city's urban forest. The "Zoo Atlanta situated in Grant Park where you can find gorillas and orangutans and giant pandas.

If you are a food lover, the city of Atlanta offers many options where you can eat what you like. There are many ethnic restaurants where you can eat food from anywhere you want in the world. There are some urban establishments and also some traditional eateries as well. If you love the fast food delicacies, you should visit "The Varsity" which is the largest drive-in restaurant in the world and also a fast food chain that has existed for so long. There is also the "Mary Mac's Tea Room" and "Paschal"s where you can eat any Southern food.

What's the climate like in Atlanta?

The climate of Atlanta can be described as a "humid subtropical climate" The city experience four different seasons every year, especially in the Southern part. During the summers, the weather is always so hot while the winters are windy, wet and cold. The winter season doesn't last long. During the year, the temperature changes from 35 °F and move to 89 ° F but it hardly gets below 22 °F or rises above 95 °F.

In Atlanta, summer starts from the 24th of May till the 17th of September. The city experience a very hot weather on the 22nd of July each year. Winter, on the other hand, starts from the 28th of November and lasts until the 25th of February. The city experience an icy day on January 23.

Atlanta experience rainfall throughout the year but they have dry weather during the spring and early fall. So if you are in the city within these periods, you can protect yourself from cold or dehydration as you move about the city.

When to go to Atlanta?

You can visit the city throughout the year but the best months to go is from May to August. During these months, you can enjoy all the outdoor activities which you want and not inhibited by the weather. If you don't want to experience the heat, you can visit during the spring or the fall when the weather is very mild.
If you want to cut down on costs, you can plan your visit during the winter when the cold weather scare many people away, and the hotel's prices are very low too. During this season also, the airports also offer affordable rates. The good news is that; no matter when you visit, you will always get what you want.

How to get there?

Atlanta has one major airport: The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport which is known as the busiest airport in passenger and aircraft traffic. The airport offers services to more than 150 U.S cities and 75 destinations in 50 countries outside the U.S. The airport is situated 16 kilometers south of Atlanta Downtown, and one of the airlines that dominate the airport is the Delta Airlines.
When you arrive at the airport, you can enter the city by the using the public transport known as the MARTA which operate both rail lines and bus throughout the city. No matter where you are going, the MARTA trains and buses has you covered because it can take you to the east, south, north or west of Atlanta at a rate of $2.50.

We don't advice anybody to drive through the city unless you are going to a location where MARTA cannot reach. The town is always congested, and the motorists can scare you with their driving. Also, if you park a car in your hotel's parking space, you will be paying $20 every night. However, if you must drive, rent a car that has a GPS installed, or you can take yours along with you so that you won't be confused by the names of the roads. You can find car rentals= companies at the airport or downtown.

If you want to enter the town with a taxi, you can rent one at the airport at a flat rate of $30 to take you anywhere you want to go. Don't forget to go along with your printed directions if you don't know the area very well. You can find some taxi companies like Lyft and Uber in Atlanta.