Atlanta is the largest and capital city of Georgia. Though Atlanta is known as a ‘city of trees’ or ‘city in a forest,’ you don’t have to worry about being surrounded by a forest canopy all the time. It’s tallest landmark, the Bank of America Plaza, is 1,023 feet tall! It’s the tallest building in America outside of Chicago and New York. This “New Southern” city has several vibrant features, such as Underground Atlanta, a historic shopping and entertainment complex beneath the streets of downtown Atlanta. So find student travel deals and visit this fast growing international city. Must-see attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest aquarium and the new World of Coca-Cola. Here you can taste different pes of Coke products from all over the world. Atlanta has of a humid subtropical climate, so the best times to visit are spring (7-27 C or 44- 80 F on the average) and autumn (7-28 C or 44-82 F). Atlanta has two great parks and the Zoo Atlanta in Grant Park features a really cool panda exhibit. Students looking for a fun trip might find Atlanta to be a good student travel site. You can find cheap airfare to Atlanta from StudentUniverse, and then visit other hotspots from there.
Atlanta offers many different attractions to suit individual taste’s. You might want to check out Centennial Park and other attractions downtown or in the Historic King District. To get a 360-degree panoramic view of this architecturally rich city, try the Sundial on the Westin Peachtree or Nikolai’s Roof on the Hilton. This might not be the optimal spring break idea, but Atlanta is connected by Amtrak to New York, Philadelphia, Washington and New Orleans so it’s easy to get to, and offers a rich blend of old and post-modern sights, history, culture, and fun. Want to get in on the action of TV newsmaking? Catch an Inside CNN Studio tour. You also have to see the gigantic Argentinosaurus at the Fernbank Museum. When you visit Georgia Aquarium, don’t miss the chance to swim with the whale sharks.