Cheap Flights to Atlanta

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Atlanta overview

Georgia's capital, Atlanta, is a big city with lots of Southern hospitality. Its history traces back to a railroad junction in the wilderness to a gateway to the future as the economic and cultural capital of the American South. With more than four million people calling Atlanta home, the city combines “homey”, small town Southern hospitality with all the glamour and sophistication of an international city.

Diverse and engaging, Atlanta was nearly destroyed by siege and was burnt to the ground during the American Civil War in the 1800s. Rising from the ashes, Atlanta survived to provide a home for major corporations like Coca-Cola, CNN and the Weather Channel as well as to play host to the 1996 Summer Olympics.

After stepping off your Atlanta flight visit one of the must-see attractions, the Underground Atlanta, where the old world Atlanta meets the new with shopping, dining, history and great special events.

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Atlanta climate

Spring and autumn are the best times to take a flight to Atlanta if you are concerned about the humid summer weather. Be forewarned, however, that thousands of college students gather for the start of a new school year in late August. Finding a hotel room can be tough during this time.

When to fly to Atlanta

Peak season: 

Atlanta's peak seasons are spring and autumn. Spring is the best time to book a flight to Atlanta.

Off season:

During the summer, Atlanta can be very humid.

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Getting around Atlanta

Atlanta’s subway is run by Metropolitan Area Rapid Transit Authority. The transit authority also runs the buses. Atlanta has notoriously bad traffic, so you’ll want to avoid driving if you can. A nice way to avoid traffic is biking the loop in Piedmont Park, or head a few miles northeast of Atlanta’s downtown to hike through Fernbank Forest.

Atlanta insider information

  • The Atlanta Jazz Festival, the largest free jazz festival in the country, includes eight days of outdoor concerts in Piedmont Park.
  • Visit the Georgia Aquarium – the Grand Opening of which took place on November 23, 2005. Located across Baker Street from Centennial Olympic Park, the Aquarium is sure to be a major attraction Downtown. It is the world's largest aquarium, with eight million gallons of water and 100,000 animals.
  • Spend time in Sweet Auburn, considered the main African-American neighbourhood, east of Downtown and enjoy National Black Arts Festival, a biennial week-long celebration of African-American artistic contributions.
  • Known as the Beverly Hills of the South, Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza stores include Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co. and Burberry. It is also the starting line for the yearly running of the Peachtree Road Race every Fourth of July, which ends in a spectacular fireworks display. Nearby Buckhead Village boasts 100 bars and clubs and the Roxy Theatre.
  • Be sure to check the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACVB) for the latest on Atlanta. The ACVB convention and meeting facilities, hotels and service organizations have helped to make Atlanta one of the top five convention destinations in the States.
  • Learning about a painful period in America’s past in a city that’s reaching for the future can make a trip to Atlanta unique. One of the city's most famous attractions, the Atlanta Cyclorama, is a circular painting 109m around and 12m high depicting the 1864 Battle of Atlanta. Painted in 1886, it is the largest in the world and one of only three such Victorian-era circular paintings remaining in the USA.

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How much do things cost in Atlanta?

$ 31.08
Cheap meal
$ 117.60
Imported beer (0.33 litre)
$ 47.04
3 course meal for 2
$ 392.01
1 hour taxi waiting fee
$ 164.65
Petrol (1 litre)
$ 4.91
Taxi - fixed fee
$ 20.38
One-way ticket (local transport)
$ 19.60
Clothing & Shoes
Pair of Nike shoes
$ 623.41
Pair of jeans
$ 310.92
Bottle of local beer (0.5 litre)
$ 19.20
Pack of Marlboro cigarettes
$ 44.89
1 litre of milk
$ 6.40
Bottle of wine
$ 117.60
How much does an apartment cost in Atlanta?
1 bedroom apartment in city centre
$ 11510
3 bedroom apartment outside of centre
$ 12739
1 bedroom apartment outside of centre
$ 8134
3 bedroom apartment in city centre
$ 19932

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