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  • Peachtree Center in Atlanta
    Peachtree Center is your staple American mall, with over 60 specialty stores and six restaurants, and the only thing distinguishing it from other centres of its kind is the fact that it's underground. Not exactly a tourist attraction, [...]
    D: 11.8mi00
  • Phipps Plaza in Atlanta
    If you are planning a shopping spree in Atlanta, check out Phipps Plaza, and upscale shopping mall with over 100 specialty shops, five full-service restaurants, a food court, and a 14-screen movie theater. Some of the greatest brands in [...]
    D: 5.2mi00
  • Buckhead Diner in Atlanta
    Buckhead is the ultimate 50's dining experience, what with the diner's retro style and elegance, and the interesting- but all-American nonetheless-menu options. You can have a large serving of crunchy, home-made potato chips with a [...]
    D: 6.2mi00
  • World of Coca-Cola Pavilion
    If you are curious about the background story of the world's best known brand of sot drink, you'll get your answers at the World of Coca Cola. Not the most exciting story if you are not a hardcore Coca Cola fan, but on the bright side, [...]
    D: 12.3mi00
  • The Fox Theatre in Atlanta
    The Fox theater is one of the most interesting places in Atlanta, not only because of its history, but also because it's an important performing arts venue today. The theater was built to be part of a mosque, as testified by the Moorish [...]
    D: 10.8mi00
  • Underground Atlanta
    The viaducts built over the many railroad tracks of Atlanta have been converted into an interesting shopping and entertainment district at the end of the 60's, although stores and speakeasies have been operating there during the Depression [...]
    D: 12.3mi00
  • Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
    If you are a fan of Gone with the Wind, the best known literature classic about the South, you really shouldn't miss the home of author Margaret Mitchell, the very place where she wrote her masterpiece. The house itself is a turn-of-the [...]
    D: 10.3mi00
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
    The site consists of several buildings that have played a large part in the childhood of Martin Luther King, and a museum chronicling the American Civil Rights Movement. You can get a brief orientation at the visitor center, but the [...]
    D: 11.9mi00
  • Dogwood Restaurant in Atlanta
    Atlanta is the perfect city to sample the delights of the famous Southern Cuisine, and if you don't want to go nowhere too fancy but you still want a pinch of the upscale in your dining option, head out to Dogwood restaurant on Peachtree [...]
    D: 11mi00
  • Spice Market in Atlanta
    Spice Market is said to be inspired by a busy street in South Asia, both concerning its looks and its menu. The restaurant is famous for its Asian fusion cuisine, and boasts of offering surprising layers of flavours and seasonings. The [...]
    D: 9.9mi00
  • Fat Matt's Rib Shack
    This simple and very popular restaurant serves typical Southern barbecues, and it is designed to quench the hunger without any fanfare. You won't find any dainty or elaborate dishes here, just good old fashioned grilled ribs, chicken (a [...]
    D: 8.5mi00
  • Dining Room in Atlanta
    The Dining Room is one of the(if not the)top restaurants in Atlanta, and seeing as it is located within the Ritz Carlton, it's not exactly your casual eatery to say the least. The restaurant's chef is a local celebrity (he's also a [...]
    D: 5.3mi00
  • Aiko Lounge in Atlanta
    By day, Aiko is a sushi lounge with some of the best sushi you can taste in Atlanta, and by night it transforms into a hot nightclub and martini lounge. The dancefloor is not very large, and if you want to hide among throngs of people [...]
    D: 6.1mi00
  • Craft restaurant in Atlanta
    Craft pride themselves on using only the best of local ingredients in all of their locations, and whether or not this is true, the Atlanta Craft does serve up some pretty spectacular food. The dishes are healthy and don't put up the [...]
    D: 5.4mi00
  • CNN Center in Atlanta
    The CNN Tower is interesting because of its importance and its sheer size, but other than that there is not much to do or look at here. The studio tours are quite interesting, on the other hand, and so are the demonstrations of the [...]
    D: n/a00
  • Wednesday Wind Down, Free Concerts
    In one of the most well-known parks in Atlanta city, the Centennial Olympic Park, every Wednesday a high range of free concerts are organized under the name Wednesday Wind Down. They organize this event EVERY year from April till September [...]
    D: 11.7mi10
  • Going to Atlanta by plane
    Going to Atlanta by plane? Than fly with Delta to Atlanta - they usually have very competitive rates - or choose US Airways what has got the largest market share in Atlanta. In order to get the cheapest flights also check airports nearby [...]
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Atlanta History

The Creek and Cherokee Indian tribes orginially occupied the land more than 150 years ago. The first white settlers came to this area during the War of 1812. In 1825 the Creek Nation ceded their lands to State of Georgia. In 1835 the Cherokee nation agreed to leave their lands and moved west under the Treaty of New Echota. The infamous Trail of Tears occured because Georgia officially took possession of Cherokee lands. The early settlers were craftsmen and farmers. These settlers came from Virginia, the Carolinas, and North Georgia. They were hard-working, deeply religious and small landowners. The steam engine spawned Atlanta with the [...]
 
 
Cheap flights to Atlanta

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  • $86Spirit Airlines flight Spirit Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Tampa, FL (TPA)Atlanta, GA (ATL)11/15/201711:30 am
    Atlanta, GA (ATL)Tampa, FL (TPA)11/29/201712:38 pm
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  • $138Multiple Airlines flight Multiple Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Minneapolis, MN (MSP)Atlanta, GA (ATL)09/29/201710:35 am
    Atlanta, GA (ATL)Minneapolis, MN (MSP)10/06/201710:40 am
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  • $149United Airlines flight United Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Chicago, IL (ORD)Atlanta, GA (ATL)10/19/201712:24 pm
    Atlanta, GA (ATL)Chicago, IL (ORD)11/01/201707:02 am
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