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Atlanta, Georgia
There are many interesting attractions to see in Atlanta such as the largest aquarium in the world, Georgia Aquarium, New World of Coca-Cola and CNN Center, which are all within walking distance of one another. It is well worth the trip from cities such as Chattanooga, TN or Athens, GA for big name concerts, excellent dining and countless attractions.

Because of this, Atlanta has become a major conference and exhibition city. Most of the conference venues are located around Peachtree Center, and when there is a large show in town, it can sometimes seem as though every other person in the city is wearing a nametag.

Atlanta Neighborhoods
Atlanta is a sprawling city consisting of a variety of neighborhoods, some of them having characteristics of individual cities, such as Buckhead, while some have the feel of small towns, such as Virginia-Highland.

Downtown – The most central and commercial area in Georgia, (economically and politically), downtown Atlanta includes the state capitol, city hall, corporate headquarters, Centennial Park, where the CNN Tour, Georgia Aquarium and the New World of Coca-Cola are located, and the neighborhoods of Five Points, Fairlie-Poplar, Castleberry Hill, and the Railroad District.

Midtown – Just North of Downtown, this is main business district with tall skyscrapers, and a popular nightlife area. This area also includes Piedmont Park, the Woodruff Arts Center, the Georgia Tech campus and complex, and SoNo.

Buckhead – Located North of Midtown, Buckhead is the center of Atlanta’s nightlife. Buckhead is surrounded by neighboring Brookwood Hills, as well as Peachtree Battle, Lindbergh Center, and the Governor’s Mansion.

Northwest Atlanta – The up-and-coming Atlantic Station is Atlanta’s new urban renewed district and is called “a city within a city”.

Northeast Atlanta – Noted for famous academic and scientific institutions such as Emory University, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Carter Center, and Fernbank Museum of Natural History, this district also includes Ansley Park, Morningside, and Druid Hills.

East Atlanta – The alternative style neighborhood Little Five Points is bordered by trendy Virginia-Highland with nearby Poncey-Highland, as well as the growing district of East Atlanta, Historic King District in Sweet Auburn, and Grant Park.

South Atlanta – Home of the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field and one of the busiest airports in the world, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, South Atlanta also contains the neighborhoods of Mechanicsville, and Oakland City.

West Atlanta – Includes Vine City, Bankhead, and Collier Heights.

Southwest Atlanta – Points of interest include Westview Cemetery, the Wren’s Nest, Historic West End, and Westview.

Suburban Cities
The majority of Atlanta’s city limits is located inside of Interstate 285, which circles the city, or as the locals refer to it, “ITP” (Inside the Perimeter). The “OTP” (outside of the perimeter) areas are suburban and include cities and municipalities that are not part of the City of Atlanta. There are also a few separate cities inside the perimeter, such as Decatur, College Park, and East Point.

  • Fulton County – East Point, College Park, Sandy Springs, Vinings, Dunwoody, Roswell, Alpharetta, Hapeville, Johns Creek
  • Dekalb County – Chamblee, Decatur, Doraville, Lithonia, Stone Mountain
  • Cobb County – Kennesaw, Marietta, Smyrna, Austell
  • Gwinnett County – Duluth, Buford, Lawrenceville, Norcross
  • Clayton County – Jonesboro, Morrow
  • Other – Newnan, Cumming, Fayetteville, Griffin, Peachtree City, Union City

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