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Airports in Atlanta
The city of Atlanta is served by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International
Airport, Atlanta Airport, situated around 11 kilometers away from the
Atlanta's central business district. It provides domestic &
international passenger and cargo services to various destinations like
Amsterdam, Paris, Cancun, London, Tokyo, Punta Cana, Mexico City, Seoul,
Lima, Miami, Tampa, Dallas, Orlando, and more. Passengers can easily
commute between the airport & the city using shared-ride shuttles,
hotel shuttles, Limousines & taxis, rideshare/TNC, buses & trains,
rental cars, and SkyTrain.
Explore Salt Lake City
The Salt Lake City is the capital city of the State of Utah in United
States. Situated in a high valley of the Jordan River, it is also the
most populated municipality in the State. In its northwest is the Great
Salt Lake and the Great Salt Lake Desert in the west. the Situated here
is the world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints. While in the city do take out time to explore Temple Square,
the official headquarters of the Mormon Church. Situated in this walled
neighborhood are some spectacular religious buildings, lush gardens,
and soaring sculptures. Outdoor adventure seekers should keep Wasatch
National Forest in their list. Located here are some scenic trails
which will leave visitors mesmerized. Apart from this, Utah Olympic
Park and Snowbird Ski Resort are also worth visiting.
Things to Do in Salt Lake City
The Mormon Temple, in the so-called “Mormon style” was built between 1853
and 1893. At each end of this huge granite structure are three towers, the
highest of which, at the east end, bears a 13 ft high gilded figure of the
angel Moroni. The temple may be entered only by Mormons.
At the north end of State Street, on Capitol Hill, which rises to a height
of almost 300 ft above the city, is the Utah State Capitol. This
Neo-Classical domed building houses the House of Representatives, Senate,
and Supreme Court of Utah. It has a particularly fine interior, with its
marble rotunda, the Golden Room (the Governor’s reception room) and a small
gallery with changing exhibits. Capitol Hill is located
northeast of Temple Square at the end of State Street. Many of the city’s
attractions are located here, including the Marmalade Historic District.
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
The Joseph Smith Memorial Building is in Temple Square. It was built in
1911 and originally known as the Hotel Utah but renamed in honor of the
first president of the Mormon Church. Some of the decorative features
include marble columns, art glass and a grand staircase. On site are the
Legacy Theater, conference rooms, the FamilySearch Center, and restaurants.
Best Time to Fly to Salt Lake City
The best time to visit Salt Lake City is September to October.