Tour audio

Tour audioFrom Downtown to Midtown Atlanta

Seulement en Anglais

2 Étapes du circuit

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    Welcome to Atlanta, Georgia! Whether you know it as “Hotlanta”, “ATL”, or “The A”, you’re in a city that boasts the largest population in the State of Georgia and serves as a transportation hub for not only the United States, but also the entire world.

    Founded in 1837 by the Georgia General Assembly, the original settlement was known as “Terminus”, and incorporated as Atlanta in 1847. Though General Sherman burned the city to the ground during the Civil War in 1864, today, the city is a thriving world center, with exciting offerings in culture, music, and dining. Many different neighborhoods make up the city, which you may have heard of, like Buckhead, Atlantic Station, or Virginia Highlands, to name a few. Today, we’re going to focus on the areas known as Downtown – also known as the Luckie-Marietta District – and Midtown, which contain several intriguing stops and are a great way to introduce you the capital of Georgia.

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    Photo “Day View” by Randy OHC is licensed under CC BY 2.0

  3. 1 Georiga World Congress Center
  4. 2 Georgia Dome
  5. 3 Philips Arena
  6. 4 CNN Center
  7. 5 Centennial Olympic Park
  8. 6 Pemberton Place - With World of Coke, Georgia Aquarium, and Center for Civil & Human RIghts
  9. 7 Techwood Homes Historic District
  10. 8 Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field
  11. 9 The Varsity
  12. 10 The Fox Theatre
  13. 11 The Georgian Terrace
  14. 12 Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
  1. Aperçu de l'audioguide

    Welcome to Atlanta, Georgia! Whether you know it as “Hotlanta”, “ATL”, or “The A”, you’re in a city that boasts the largest population in the State of Georgia and serves as a transportation hub for not only the United States, but also the entire world.

    Founded in 1837 by the Georgia General Assembly, the original settlement was known as “Terminus”, and incorporated as Atlanta in 1847. Though General Sherman burned the city to the ground during the Civil War in 1864, today, the city is a thriving world center, with exciting offerings in culture, music, and dining. Many different neighborhoods make up the city, which you may have heard of, like Buckhead, Atlantic Station, or Virginia Highlands, to name a few. Today, we’re going to focus on the areas known as Downtown – also known as the Luckie-Marietta District – and Midtown, which contain several intriguing stops and are a great way to introduce you the capital of Georgia.

    Licenses:

    Photo “Day View” by Randy OHC is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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  • Reiziger

    2 out of 5 rating 04-14-2019

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  • thehoward

    4 out of 5 rating 01-28-2017

    Excellent design of tour, enough facts to keep the tour interesting between major stops. I would caution that some of the superlatives (largest, oldest, etc) along the tour made me question if this tour is 100% accurate in these statements. Otherwise, well done!