to one of the world’s busiest airports and one
of the country’s most happening downtown scenes,
Atlanta alone will keep Georgia on your mind. But
there’s more to the Peach State than its revitalized
capital. Travelers will find a little bit of good
and evil among the moss covered squares of Savannah,
while adventurers will be thrilled by the Chattooga
River rapids in the Smoky mountains. The state is
also a goldmine for heritage travel, bringing to life
African American, Civil War and Native American experiences
of the South.
SIMPLY THE BEST Restaurants in Atlanta
Whether you're looking for the most succulent seafood or the hottest barbecue, we've tried to make your decision easier by compiling lists of the best places to dine in Atlanta. So count on us when you need to know where to go for the most romantic dinner, best steakhouses and more.
TOP 10 WILD WEST RANCHES Southern Cross Guest Ranch
A paradise for horses and horse lovers, this year-round equestrian escape in Georgia's "historic heartland" combines southern hospitality with old-fashioned ranch living.
A REFRESHING EXPERIENCE World of Coca-Cola The company of the world's most widely distributed beverage has opened a museum in the heart of Atlanta, where visitors can walk through a real bottling facility, create their own Coca-Cola art and sample over 60 different international sodas, teas and beverages.
TOP 10 ROMANTIC DESTINATIONS Savannah
A designated National Historic Landmark, Savannah is famous for its spirits and specters, elegant antebellum mansions and lovely town squares. Sit back and sip Champagne on a horse-drawn carriage tour of the largest contiguous historic district in the U.S.
SWIM LIKE A FISH Georgia Aquarium Atlanta is home to the world's largest aquarium facility and collection of aquatic animals, where visitors can swim or dive with the world’s biggest fish—whale sharks—in the Ocean Voyager exhibit through the "Journey with Gentle Giants" attraction.
A CITY OF HISTORY 72 Hours in Atlanta
In three days, you can easily come to understand Atlanta's
history, its energy and the reason why it draws residents
from all over the world. Modern Atlanta thrives as a metropolis that more than 1,200 international companies and 3.5 million people call home and that provides some of the best food, entertainment and housing in the country.
OPULENCE IN THE DEEP SOUTH Château Élan Winery & Resort
This self-styled, 3,500-acre French Provincial resort
in Braselton feels as if it belongs in the pastoral,
Impressionistic world of Southern France. Though large in scale, its intimate attitude makes it a welcome alternative to the traditional resort holiday. Château Élan Spa Feature
BUSINESS TRAVEL GUIDE Atlanta
As far back as Reconstruction, Atlanta has been known for services and finance. The city hosts the headquarters for myriad corporations, including CNN and Coca-Cola. Business travelers will find no shortage of excellent hotels, dining options and leisure activities to break up boardroom monotony.
SAVE MONEY ON ATTRACTIONS! Save time and money on your next vacation with theCityPass booklet. It contains admission tickets to the Atlanta's top attractions at a substantially reduced price.