Many travelers pass through Atlanta when stopping at the world’s busiest airport – but there’s plenty more to do once you get into the city, like visiting the High Museum of Art or the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site.
We’ve seen tremendous changes in the CVB industry over the past 25 years. What’s changed the most? How cities are selected by event organizers to host their meetings, and which cities they perceive as best delivering what they most value, particularly for their larger conventions.
To help Americans find the cities with the greatest number and variety of fun yet cost-effective options, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities based on 65 key metrics. Atlanta comes in at No. 4.
Barbecue fans will go crazy over Atlanta’s affordable food offerings. You’ll want to see Centennial Olympic Park too, past home of the 1996 Olympic Games and current home of the Fountain of Rings water show.
Atlanta is a destination city. The cosmopolitan capital of Georgia offers a variety of attractions for all sorts of travelers, from restaurants and shops to sprawling parks to historical homes and museums, all with Southern hospitality.
From Topeka to Memphis, Atlanta to Alabama, and all the way to Washington, D.C., visitors can follow in the footsteps of the Civil Rights movement including more than 100 stops on the trail…with more being added.
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.