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Flights from Chicago to Atlanta

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Airports in Chicago

The city of Chicago is served by 2 airports - Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport. The Chicago O'Hare International Airport or O'Hare International Airport is the primary airport serving the Chicago City. It is a public airport situated in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. The airport offers both cargo & passenger services to both domestic and international destinations including London, Toronto, Frankfurt, Dublin, Montreal, Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Doha, Seoul, Dubai, New York, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, and more.

Both the airports are well connected with the city through various modes of transportation. These include shuttles/buses, taxis, limo, rideshare, rental cars, public transit, and more.

Explore Atlanta

The capital city of the US state of Georgia, Atlanta is the principal center of the American South. The city is located in the foreland of the southern foothills of the Piedmont Plateau. Atlanta is perched on the watershed between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. Originally planned as a railway junction, Atlanta has, at a fast pace, developed into a significant commercial and cultural town and also an important hub of air traffic. Atlanta is home to the headquarters of two major business- CNN and Coca Cola. The tourists visiting the city come across a large and vibrant American city boasting southern charm.

Things to do in Atlanta

Piedmont Park

The oldest and largest park in the Atlanta metro region, Piedmont Park is located a short distance at northeast of downtown Atlanta. The grounds of this park were the part of the Battle of Peachtree Creek in the times of the Civil War. The park also comprises Greystone, which is a beautiful lakefront venue that can be used for events such as weddings and receptions. Piedmont Park Aquatic Center, the overhaul of the pool area, paved a way to the expansion of the park. Other major additions to the Piedmont Park include the Magnolia Greenway, Legacy Foundation, fishing piers, new bridges, and restored natural areas boasting trails and walkways.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

An excellent place to visit for nature lovers, Atlanta Botanical Garden offers visitors with an immaculate and serene space with an assortment of well laid-out gardens. Over the decades, the garden has gradually expanded with new gardens, new programs, and new features. One can visit this park anytime in a year. During the spring season, the garden fills up with a riot of colors. Some of the major highlights of Atlanta Botanical Garden include the Rose garden, the Fuqua Orchid Center, the Japanese garden, the Winter Garden, and Desert House, and the Conservation Garden.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History puts on display the natural history of the state and also the scientific and technical phenomena with the help of cutting edge techniques. Some of the major highlights of the museum are the colossal dinosaur statues put at the entrance and the huge dinosaur skeletons showcased in the Great Hall. The interactive display of the "Sensing Nature" is one of the most entertaining displays in the museum. Fernbank Museum of Natural History is home to several other exhibits on the natural history of the local landscape and cultures from other parts of the world.

Best Time to Fly to Atlanta

The best time to visit Atlanta is from late May to August, when visitors can enjoy a plenty of shows and open air activities taking place around the city. The calm climate of the spring and fall may be better if a vacationer needs to beat the heat.

Atlanta Travelers' Reviews

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Fast, friendly comfortable. Overall a great experience.
- Paula  Jan 13, 2019
Very quick on everything.
- Joshua  Jan 02, 2019

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