Atlanta, Georgia may not look like a city of entertainment in comparison to Las Vegas, but with flights going in and out of the city’s airport, Atlanta has stepped up its entertainment to keep tourists coming back for more. With airline tickets available from just about any major airport in the country, skip Vegas and head to Atlanta for sports, gardens and sight-seeing.
For Sports Fan
Sports fans fight for flights to Atlanta to get their “sports fix”. Atlanta, the host of the Braves, the Falcons and the Hawks gives sports fans all-in-one sports exclusive. Baseball fans can head over to Turner Field to watch the Braves take on their next victims, while football fans can head over to the Georgia Dome to watch a few football games or even pre-season practice. For the basketball fans, the Atlanta Hawks take on their competition at the Phillips Arena.
For Theater and Arts
Looking for a little culture? Atlanta is not short for arts and theater entertainment. The Alliance Theater is one of the largest theaters in Georgia offering 50 different premiers throughout the year. The Atlanta Ballet is one of the oldest, professional dance groups within the United States. Daily individuals take flights to Atlanta from all over the country to watch this nationally-known dance group perform classics such as Swan Lake or modern dance interpretations. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has over 27 Grammy Awards and for good reason. With cheap tickets available, you can see this critically acclaimed orchestra perform live in tandem with the Atlanta Ballet Company year-round.
With a history as rich as Atlanta, there is no shortage of sights to explore throughout the city. The exciting downtown nightlife comes to life after 7:00pm. Find gourmet restaurants, acclaimed night clubs and relaxing bar scenes. Journey down to Decatur Square and find over 200 boutiques to shop. Visit Eddie’s Attic, where local live recording artists showcase their newest hits. The world-known Hard Rock Café is also located in Atlanta with their famous Rock Shop and burger-joint food.
If history is what you are seeking, cheap flights to Atlanta offer exceptional culture and historical finds. Venture down to the Marietta Historical District to find local heritage museums, antique shops and dining. The Historic West End dates back to the 1830s where tourists can find the Wren’s Nest -- the home of the famous author, Joel Chandler Harris. The Hammonds House Museum offers African-American art that dates back to the early 17th century. When visiting Atlanta, one cannot miss out on the Margaret Mitchell House, the home of the famous “Gone With the Wind” author. This three-story Tudor mansion offers daily tours, historical insights and an antique shop for romantics around the world that were captivated by this Pulitzer Prize-winning author’s creation.