Atlanta, Georgia, is located near the Southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. It's known as the 'the city in a forest' thanks to its lush canopy of trees.
Most visitors know about the burning of Atlanta during the Civil War thanks to Gone with the Wind. The Atlanta History Center documents Civil War history, and another must-see attraction is the Martin Luther King Junior Historic Site.
Enjoy the green city spaces at Centennial Olympic Park near the city's downtown, or in midtown's Piedmont Park. The best views of all are found at nearby Stone Mountain Park, the world's largest exposed granite monolith.
The World of Coca Cola offers guided tours, and kids will love the Zoo Atlanta and Georgia Aquarium, where you can even swim with whale sharks in the huge Ocean Voyager tank.
In the evening, there are vintage emporiums and bars to explore at the diverse Little Five Points neighborhood, while the opulent, 1920s-style Fabulous Fox Theater is a prime example of the elegant architecture and Southern grace that Atlanta is known for.
EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF ARCTIC QUEBEC AND LABRADOR
Rapid Lake Lodge's expertise cuts straight to the must-see highlights of
the Quebec and Labrador Peninsula. The Torngat Mountains, the Labrador
Fjords, the Continent Land's End -- we've selected the most iconic sights
and incredible places so you can enjoy a real Canadian Far North
DÉCOUVREZ LE MEILLEUR DU QUÉBEC ARCTIQUE ET DU LABRADOR
L'expertise de Rapid Lake Lodge va doit au but en rassemblant les
incontournables attractions touristiques de la péninsule Québec et
Labrador. Les Monts Torngats, les Fjords du Labrador, le Bout du
Continent -- nous avons sélectionné les attraits touristiques les plus
iconiques et les endroits les plus étonnants afin que vous puissiez vivre
une vraie expérience du Grand Nord Canadien.