Atlanta Quick Guide
Atlanta is an international city, rich in culture, history, diversity and Southern charm.
Its economy is driven by manufacturing, services, textiles, telecommunications and transportation.
Visitors can get a feel for the city by picking up an Atlanta CityPass for easy access to up to six of the city's most popular attractions, including the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, CNN Studios, Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta, or take a guided walking tour to get a feel for Atlanta's vibrant downtown area.
Atlanta's City Hall is located at 55 Trinity Avenue S.W. Other city services and offices operate from City Hall East, located in the old Sears building at 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue N.E. Atlanta is the capital of the state of Georgia, and many state offices are located along State Capital Southwest.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map driving directions from Atlanta to areas such as Fulton or Dekalb Counties, or get there using MARTA, Atlanta's mass transit system.
Need a flight to or from Atlanta? Find an Atlanta travel agency. Need to get to ATL from areas including Buckhead, Duluth and Lawrenceville? Try these airport transportation services. Need a place to stay? Also find Atlanta Hotels on TripAdvisor.
Making Atlanta Your Home
Atlanta Shopping and Services
Find Atlanta department stores, shopping centers and malls, grocery stores, farmers' markets, or services including chambers of commerce, convention and visitors bureaus and more in the Atlanta Yellow Pages.
Where to Go in Atlanta
Downtown Atlanta is home to several Atlanta points of interest, including the CNN Center. For a taste of the great outdoors, head just a half-hour southeast to Stone Mountain. Need an art fix? Try Little Five Points or East Village, or go shop in hip and trendy Buckhead.
Things to Do in Atlanta
"The Big Peach" offers a unique blend of down home charm and big city excitement that provides endless opportunities for things to do, both within the city limits and in any number of popular neighborhoods, including Alpharetta, Decatur and Roswell.
Try a new cuisine, find a new hangout or take up a new hobby. Atlanta's varied neighborhoods and mix of cultures make it easy to find new things to do!
If "the play's the thing" or NFL play is more your speed, get your tickets for theater premieres, concerts or action-packed Falcons football games.