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One of the largest metropolitan cities in the South, Atlanta rose from its ashes after the American Civil War to become an economic, educational, and tourism powerhouse. From its humble beginnings as a railroad hub, Atlanta became one of the strongest U.S. city economies. Home to the world's busiest airport, it is one of the most-visited cities in America by both foreign and domestic tourists as well as for private jet charter to Atlanta. Interest in the city boomed as a result of hosting the 1996 Summer Olympics. The event spurred a wave of revitalization in the city, promoting economic and domestic growth and widespread neighborhood gentrification.

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Although distinctly southern, Atlanta bears a much different character than other major cities in the South; much of its historical architecture was destroyed during the American Civil War in 1864 during Major General Sherman's March to the Sea and, today, many of its landmarks boast a post-modern design. For all its culture, business and beauty, it is Atlanta's history that factors perhaps the heaviest into its tourism appeal. In the 1960s, Atlanta became an organizing center for the Civil Rights Movement through the efforts of local leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ralph David Abernathy. These factors contribute to Atlanta's reputation as a repository of African-American culture and history, but the city's multicultural character has only grown in the past few decades.

Most of Atlanta's cultural attractions are clustered around the main thoroughfare of Peachtree Street, an appropriate name given the city's uncommonly abundant tree canopy. Peachtree Street connects the shopping mecca of Buckhead to the arts-focused Midtown and then to the attraction-focused Downtown, with all of the sights in between. Atlanta is renowned for its funky alternative neighborhoods like Little Five Points, a popular bohemian community with a lively theater presence, and Decatur, host to a year-round selection of festivals large and small.

We offer our clients flying via private jet Altanta and Georgia the highest levels of convenience and luxurious comfort in the jet charter industry. When you fly private jet Atlanta, Priority One Jets will only use aircraft and crews that meet the industry's highest standards. Every flight is ARG/US or Wyvern audited, with the most experienced, well-trained pilots flying the safest and best-maintained aircraft. Our jet charter experts at Priority One Jets will always provide you with the safest and most appropriate aircraft for your travel needs, and at the best available price.

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Must See: The Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the world and offers not just an impressive array of marine animals to view, but also a Broadway-style spectacle with dolphins in the AT&T Dolphin Tales gallery. Zoo Atlanta is one of four zoos in the United States with giant pandas. Apart from animals, Atlanta visitors with an eye towards history will enjoy the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site or the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum.

Lodging: As a major city, Atlanta offers the usual range of luxury hotels. Of those, the Four Seasons Atlanta is one of the most favorably reviewed. It offers 244 spacious rooms, breathtaking views of the Midtown skyline and award-winning cuisine among its many amenities.

Ground Transportation: Atlanta is a sprawling city with few natural boundaries, making it a car-dependent city. Most luxury hotels will offer a town car service.

Packing Tips: Atlanta summers are hot and humid, so pack light cotton clothing. Regardless of season, it's advisable to take along a light jacket. The air conditioning in indoor attractions can be a little overwhelming if dressed for the heat.

Best Travel Dates: Situated in northern Georgia at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Atlanta enjoys a mild climate through most of the year. Summer is an ideal time to travel to Atlanta, with the hottest month being July with an average temperature of 89 degrees and January is the coldest, averaging 33 degrees. The city receives little snow and its outdoor attractions are open and bustling almost year-round.

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