All work, no play? Not in this town. While Georgia’ capital city is a thriving business center, visitors looking to add a little (or a lot) of leisure into their trip will have no trouble finding it in Atlanta.
Atlanta’s appearance on the list of South's Best Food Cities isn’t a surprise, especially with Buford Highway, which could be another city unto itself filled with globally influenced restaurants from Malaysian to Mexican and almost anywhere else you can think of.
ATL has been named the busiest airport in the world for several years running. But they just made things a little more complicated, adding a nonstop flight to the Black Panther's (wholly fictional) home nation of Wakanda.
Nearly two decades later, Ryan Gravel’s BeltLine vision has spawned an urban redevelopment plan to provide a network of transport links, parks and reinvigorated residential neighborhoods. By 2030, the project will have cost more than $4 billion.
Artists seeking some peace and quiet from the high-energy atmosphere of big cities have been venturing to the suburbs and beyond -- and, in turn, are discovering long-standing classics and new destinations for shopping, dining and live music.
Established in 1913, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for the city and serves to favorably impact Atlanta's economy through conventions and tourism.