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Atlanta, Georgia, goes by many names, including the Capital of the New South. It’s a city that features a diverse culture, varied culinary scene, and distinct neighbourhoods that are stitched together like a quilt. To get a true sense of this colourful city, explore the parks and attractions from top to bottom, and nibble on the local cuisine, such as fried chicken and waffles and gourmet ice pops.
During your visit to Atlanta, venture to all the districts to unleash each area’s unique scene. Visit the Georgia State Capitol and Atlanta City Hall in downtown, and take a stroll through Piedmont Park in Midtown. There are also countless exhibits to keep you entertained during your stay, from the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and Museum of Design Atlanta, to the Robert C. Williams Paper Museum and Margaret Mitchell House. Take a step back in time and tour the childhood home of Martin Luther King Jr., and make a stop at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights to learn more about the city’s role in the nation’s past. Book your flights to Atlanta today to start exploring this southern hub.
Despite high temperatures and humidity, many tourists visit Atlanta from June through August. Pack breathable clothing as temperatures tend to soar to around 31 degrees Celsius.Shoulder Season:
April through May is considered a season shoulder. The thermostat reads around 75 degrees Celsius, but thunderstorms are a common occurrence, so pack some gumboots just in case. September and November are also pleasant times to visit, as temperatures fall between 16 and 26 degrees Celsius.Off Season:
For especially cheap flights to Atlanta, consider booking between November and February. Temperatures usually range from 4 to 16 degrees Celsius, and there’s always a slight chance of snow, so stay warm by packing some mittens and a heavy coat.
Distance: 14.5 km south of city centre
ATL airport is organized into the Domestic Terminals North and South with seven concourses, and the International Terminal at the end near Concourse F. It’s easy to find ground transportation to and from ATL. If you rented a car in advance here with Expedia.com.au, head to the rental car centre. Meanwhile, MARTA is the city’s public transportation system, which you can catch at the station at the far end of the Domestic Terminal. Many hotels offer courtesy hotels that service the airport, too, so check with your lodging in advance, or simply hop in one of the taxis along the Yellow Bus aisle.
Before you book airfare to Atlanta, check out the National Weather Service website for additional climate information. Then to learn more about the best ways to experience Southern drawl, hospitality, and cuisine, head to the official website for Atlanta travel.
|Destination Airport||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||ATL|
|Destination City Name||Atlanta|
None of the internal delta flights have had working usb ports so far. I'm enjoying the airline, however that has been disappointing
The USB port at my seat did not work but apart from that it was great :)
Really nice experience all round. Staff wonderful
It was a great flight. Very happy with Delta
Was very impressed with the entire service with Delta Airlines - from using their app to the seamless nature of flying with them!
Delta is a great Airline.
Everything was great except for the food. The scrambled eggs tasted like rubber. I usually like plane food but Delta doesn’t seem have good food at all.
Food was not very good on the 2nd half of the SDY-IAH leg - GF snack at midnight was truly awful, and breakfast was average.
The delta experience was really good.
Entertainment system did not work properly so I was not able to watch the movie I was interested in (mr Charles) but since I had a book to read it was not an issue.