City Guide


  • Atlantic Station – Many common retail stores to go along with a variety of restaurants.
  • Buckhead Atlanta – Luxury stores and boutiques make Buckhead a top shopping attraction.
  • Decatur Square – The square is a destination for foodies, fashionistas and fun-lovers.


  • Atlanta Zoo – Only four zoos in the U.S. have giant pandas – the Atlanta Zoo is one of them!
  • Centennial Olympic Park – Most notable for hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park is a spot that many locals and tourists like to visit.
  • Georgia Aquarium – Atlanta is home to the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere. At one point, the aquarium was the largest in the world.
  • Coca-Cola Museum – “Coke” is a consumer staple in the U.S. The museum takes you through the history, and finishes with the modern-day Coca-Cola brand. Taste test over 100 different Coca-Cola beverages from around the world.

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Fine Dining

  • Aria Atlanta – Food, art and music is what inspires chef Gerry Klaskala. You can get anything from seafood, to roasted duck at Aria.
  • Bacchanalia – One of Atlanta’s most-celebrated restaurants, Bacchanalia features a seasonal menu sourcing from entirely organic ingredients.
  • Bones Restaurant – Zagat voted Bones as the best restaurant in Atlanta. Stop here for fine wine, seafood or steaks.
  • Canoe – Tucked away along the peaceful banks of the Chattahoochee River lies one of the country’s most acclaimed restaurants. Balanced by both culinary expertise and natural aesthetics, Canoe offers a rich, flavorful experience for all your senses.
  • McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks – A classic fine dining chain serving up steaks and seafood.

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