Atlanta is the capital of the U.S. province of Georgia. It had a critical influence in both the Civil War and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta History Center narratives the city's past, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is devoted to the African-American pioneer's life and times. Downtown, Centennial Olympic Park, worked for the 1996 Olympics, envelops the enormous Georgia Aquarium.
Georgia Aquarium is the world's most enchanted aquarium. Arranged close Centennial Olympic Park and World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta,Georgia, Georgia Aquarium offers its visitors an ordeal like no other.
World of Coca Cola
Who is un familiar with the world favorite soft drink. The legend still holds its place. Once in Atlanta do not forget to visit the Coco Cola bottling plant. Coca Cola got its name from Coca Leaves used in the mix from south America and the flavor used for the drink take from Kola nuts, That’s how it was named Coca Cola. You have lot to do when you visit world of Coca Cola you can sip on the drinks from around the world, watch a movie in 4D and get a grand bear hug from the 7 feet tall polar bear.
The King Center
A Baptist minister, a Social Leader, The leader of civil rights movement this place is dedicated to the” Dr. Martin Luther King jr”. The king center will give you the glimpse of his child hood his fight for the rights, his fight against racism and violence. You will also have a chance to go through the artifacts originally used by him. He will speak about principles of justice, non –violence, Racism and equality in his videos.
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library is the place that holds the details to president Jimmy Carter works and other materials dedicated to the carter family. They also have a replica of Former Presidents office. Also are on display the diamonds and ruby presented to Mrs. Carter by the king of Morocco. Do not forget to take along a souvenir of air force one.
Margaret Mitchell Home
Gone with the Wind (1936):- Margaret Mitchell, The writer who made it big .She broke the record 1 million copies were sold in just six months. Gone with the wind was translated in 40 languages. Her house has been transformed into a museum in her honor. You can try the look of GWTW era also if you feel you can design your own hoop skirt too.
Dinning & Shopping
Dinning:- You are in for a treat Atlanta has more than 24 most popular dishes you can choose from. Just to name some you have Edgewood Avenue pie , Try the Ghetto Burger , a double cheeseburger with bacon, grilled onions ,ketchup , mustard and chili if you like it the old way at Ann’s Snack Bar. Not a lover of species you can go in for a mozzarella, tomato, and basil pizza at Antico's Margherita D.O.P.
Atlanta offers you with endless possibilities to enjoy starting from BBQ’s, Burritos, BBQ Burgers, BBQ Beef ribs , collard green to the French touch and the elegant sushi.
Shopping:- When planning to shop you have a lot to choose from Ponce city market, Krog street Market, Lenox Square, Perimeter Mall, Atlantic Station, Phipps Plaza , Scott Antique Market.
Flying to Atlanta
Traveling to Atlanta - and finding modest flights to Atlanta - is a snap, because of all the Domestic and worldwide carriers that run to this Georgia city.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) - This may shock you, yet Atlanta's airport is the world's busiest (in 2008 alone, it served in excess of 90 million travelers). Hartsfield-Jackson is the primary hub for both Delta and AirTran, and offers flights from many carriers including International Airlines, for example, KLM and Lufthansa.