In Atlanta, Georgia’s vibrant and lively capital, there’s plenty to see and do. You could visit again and again and still not see all the amazing attractions this cosmopolitan city has to offer. So how about booking a luxury car service in Atlanta and enjoy the city with luxury and comfort?
Mundi’s chauffeurs can take you anywhere in the city, show you the best places and provide you with an unforgettable experience.
Centennial Olympic Park
Start your adventure at Centennial Olympic Park, located in the heart of downtown and close to some of Atlanta’s top attractions. Built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, the park is a great place to attend outdoor concerts and watch children play at the Fountain of Rings. It attracts millions of visitors to events including WindDown Wednesday, music festivals and many holiday celebrations.
Nearby, the fantastic Georgia Aquarium has belugas, dolphins, penguins, otters, stingrays and a pool with small sharks and stingray babies where children can get their hands on and literally touch the animals.
Adventurous visitors have the opportunity to swim with the fish in the whale shark tank. Other family-friendly attractions include Zoo Atlanta and Legoland Discovery Center. Journalists will want to visit CNN Headquarters, where the “Inside CNN Studio Tour” behind the scenes shows the day to day of a global news company.
Across the park, World of Coca-Cola is a fascinating foray into the atmosphere of mystery surrounding this world-famous product and iconic brand that originated in Atlanta. Learn all about how Coca-Cola is made and sample more than 60 Coca-Cola products from around the world.
Parks and green space
Atlanta’s neighborhoods are surrounded by 343 parks, nature reserves and gardens, including Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s largest park. It’s ideal for the whole family, with basketball courts, lakes, playgrounds, grills and sand volleyball courts, as well as exciting events and magnificent skyline views. The green Atlanta BeltLine, which forms a 21-mile loop around the city’s downtown neighborhoods, is a network of public parks, multipurpose trails and public transportation.
Thriving arts and cultural scene
Downtown Atlanta is known for its high-profile arts scene. You’ll find several theaters, including the historic Fox Theatre, the Atlanta Botanical Garden and the Museum of Design Atlanta, among other amazing attractions.
If you’ve read the book or seen the movie Gone With the Wind, you’ll want to visit the apartment where author Margaret Mitchell wrote much of the story.
For something completely different, head to Cabbagetown in East Atlanta to check out the painted murals of the Living Walls Project and the graffiti in the Krog Street Tunnel. Contemplating these colorful and fantastical works can completely change the way you look at graffiti. You will find that this kind of work can really be an art.
The Swan House in Buckhead, a beautiful mansion and gardens dating back to 1928, is one of Atlanta’s most photographed landmarks. It’s so worth it. It was even used as a filming set for The Hunger Games. Two Nobel Prize winners have ties to Atlanta: Martin Luther King Jr. and Jimmy Carter.
Be sure to visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. On top of all that, the city has many other attractions, including the Atlanta Children’s Museum, the College Football Hall of Fame and the exciting Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Can you imagine visiting all these amazing onboard a luxury car with a chauffeur?