Fall In Atlanta

The fall season in Atlanta is the best time to put on a pair of comfortable walking shoes and take pleasure in its metropolis surroundings and southern charm. People often travel from around the world to see all that the city has to offer. Atlanta ranks high on many traveler’s lists, because the city has so much history that they can discover. Here are a few suggestions that can help you become familiar with city center and the people that live there.

Self-Guided Walking Tours in Atlanta

There are plenty of attractions in and around Atlanta that to keep yourself entertained while you are visiting the city. One of the easiest ways that you can explore Atlanta is traveling on foot. A self-guided walking tour company can help you discover famous landmarks that you may not be able to find on your own. During the fall season, a walking tour is an excellent way that travelers can take the time to enjoy their surroundings. For instance, you could visit the Piedmont Park Conservancy to relax, unwind and enjoy the site’s beautiful landscape. The park was initially a forest that was transformed into farmland by Samuel and Sarah Walker in 1834. Today, Piedmont Park is a lively entertainment and amusement park that attracts thousands of people every day. Visitors to the Piedmont Park can explore the site by participating in many of their self-guided tours. For instance, if you like bird watching, you should contact the Atlanta Audubon Society. To learn more about guided tours and events that are held at the park, please call (404) 876-4024 Ext. 326.

Explore Neighborhoods in Atlanta

If you want to explore the neighborhoods in Atlanta, contact an electric car tour company. As an example, the ATL-Cruzers Electric Car and Segway Tours allow you to discover the hidden gems that are tucked away in several remote locations. The company offers 90-minute tours that will whisk you away to several historic neighborhoods with striking architecture and the best local eateries in town. ATL-Cruzers provides tours daily, and if you happen to be traveling with a large party of people, you could request a private tour. To learn more about the company’s electric car tours, please contact 1-866-271-1778 to book a tour.

Sports Attractions in Atlanta

While you are visiting Atlanta, you may want to visit the Philips Arena and attend live shows and sporting events. The fascinating multipurpose indoor arena was built in 1999, to replace the renowned Omni Coliseum. Throughout the year, concertgoers enjoy watching riveting performances by well-known artists. During the fall season, sports fans can watch the Atlanta Hawks basketball team play against their opponents. The Philips Arena is situated in the downtown area of Atlanta, where many indoor and outdoor activities take place.
Another exciting place that you don’t want to miss seeing while you are visiting Atlanta is the Georgia Dome. Every year, millions of people flock to the largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world.  It is well-known for hosting gymnastics and basketball events, like the Super Bowl XXVIII and XXXIV games and the 1996 Olympic Games. The stadium also hosted the NCAA Men’s Final Four, and the NCAA Women’s Final Four. The stadium is also situated in the downtown area of Atlanta. Visitors can attend a variety of live sporting events throughout the year.

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