When to book Atlanta flights
With Hotlanta for a nickname, many assume Georgia has sky high temperatures year round. Contrary to popular belief, Atlanta offers pleasantly mild temperatures throughout the year with peak heats in the summer. So, if you can’t stand the thought of waiting in line to tour the World of Coca-Cola with the sun on your back, consider coming during the fall or winter months. And even though the summer season may be warm, there are ample opportunities to cool off by spending the day splashing around at Six Flags White Water. And no matter what time of year you journey to the ATL, be sure to pack your sense of adventure.
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Prepare to be amazed by the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport (ATL). Located just 11 miles south of downtown Atlanta, the ATL has consistently been ranked as the busiest airport in the world. Serving over 150 domestic and over 60 international locations, Hartsfield Jackson traffics over 2,500 flights daily. But don’t fret about getting lost in the shuffle. The ATL is well versed in Southern hospitality and has numerous restaurants, shops, and lounge areas on site to make you feel right at home.
Transportation from the Airport
When you’re ready to leave the world’s busiest airport and start getting busy in the Big Peach, you have a myriad of options. For your first dose of Southern hospitality, call your accommodation and see if they are one of the many participating hotels to send complimentary shuttles to the airport. This free and convenient service is offered by many local establishments, just make sure to find out ahead of time and never assume the shuttle is offered. Or, say hello to MARTA, the Metropolitan Transit Authority. Operating both trains and buses, MARTA’s red and yellow lines offer trains from the airport delivering passengers throughout Atlanta and its surrounding neighborhoods. MARTA conveniently stops at the centralized Five Points stations where you can easily hop on a connecting route to further your travels.
If you decide to avoid the hassle of regarding time tables and bus routes, reserve a rental car ahead of time here on Expedia.com. This way, you can drive off into Georgia and continue your journey at your leisure.