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Book Cheap Flights from Hyderabad to Atlanta

Flights from Hyderabad to Atlanta

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Airports in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is primarily served by Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is located in the village of Shamshabad, about 22 kilometers away from the city. This airport has replaced the former airport at Begumpet, which is reserved for dignitaries and VIPs. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport offers scheduled flights to several major destinations in India and in the world. Passengers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a state-operated luxurious express bus service (called Pushpak-Airport Liner) in addition to a well-rounded network of rental cars, radio taxis, and state-operated long distance buses.

Explore Atlanta

Atlanta is the capital of the state of Georgia, US. This city is famous for being two of the most pivotal events in the American history- the Civil War (1861-1865) and the Civil Rights Movement (during the 1960s), and also for being the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. Atlanta also derives immense pride from being the host of 1996 Olympics that shot the city to prominence in 20th century as 10318 athletes from as record 197 countries had participated in it. The city is also powered by the stellar rise of its homegrown market leaders- Coca Cola and CNN, and is supplemented by the fact that it is home to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

Atlanta’s numero uno highlight, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is a box bracket of many nationally-significant consists of buildings like Martin Luther King, Jr.'s childhood home and the church where he was baptized. Visitors are welcomed through a visitor center and a museum that together draw parallels between the Afro-American leader’s life and his game-changing American Civil Rights Movement through a remarkable audio-visual exhibit called ‘Courage To Lead.’

Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is one of the largest public aquariums in the world. It is located in Atlanta and is home to more than a hundred thousand marine organisms across several thousand species. These species are kept in a 10 million US gallons tanks of marine and salt water. Georgia Aquarium’s first and possibly the best exhibit is the Southern Company River Scout that features a glass cabin with an overhead river full of piranha and electric eels.

Centennial Olympic Park

The Centennial Olympic Park is a 21-acre public park in downtown Atlanta built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. The park is surrounded by some of the major city landmarks like the CNN Center, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola. A star highlight here is an interactive fountain called the Fountain of Rings that plays computer-controlled and musically-synchronized lights and jets of water.

Best Time to fly to Atlanta

The best time to fly to Atlanta is the summer season from late May to August when the temperature lies around high 80s deg F. Visitors get maximum daylight hours to enjoy cultural events like Atlanta Food & Wine Festival and Atlanta International Fashion Week. Budget travelers can visit the city during the winter season from December to February, thought this time of the year is fraught with dangers like ice storms and freezing cold. In return, one will be rewarded with cultural Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Celebration and Christmas and New Year Celebrations.