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Airports in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City International Airport serves the Salt Lake City in Utah,
U.S.A. It is a civil-military airport situated approximately 6.4 kilometers
away from the center of the city. While the City of Salt Lake City owns the
airport, the Salt Lake City Department of Airports manages it. The airport
is a hub for Delta Air Lines. It offers passenger as well as cargo service
to various domestic and international destinations. These destinations
include Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Seattle, Amsterdam, Paris, Cancun,
Mexico City, Toronto, and more. The airport is well connected to the city
and the surrounding areas via several modes of ground transportation.
Rental cars, hotel transportation, shuttles and limousines, transport
network companies, and shuttle companies are some of these.
Atlanta, capital of Georgia, is in almost all respects the principal center
of the American South. With the passage of time, it has become a major
economic and cultural center and an important hub of air traffic.
Internationally famed businesses, including Coca-Cola and CNN, have their
headquarters here. This commercial hub is also a sightseer’s dream. There
are scenic green spaces like Piedmont Park, entertainment venues like the
Fox Theatre, and panda exhibits at the zoo. Martin Luther King Jr.’s
birthplace is suggested for history buffs, bars and boutiques at Buckhead
for nightlife lovers, and Centennial Olympic Park is for nature lovers.
Meanwhile, those travelling with kids can head to the Georgia Aquarium.
Things to Do in Atlanta
Atlanta History Center
Spread across 33 acres in Atlanta’s trendy Buckhead neighborhood, the
Atlanta History Center seeks to explore Georgia’s past through
comprehensive exhibitions, historic homes and miles of gardens and trails.
The center’s primary facility is the Atlanta History Museum, which
showcases exhibits that span the region’s history, from Native American
culture to life in the antebellum South. Near the museum is the Swan House,
a restored estate originally built in 1928. Living up to its name, every
room allegedly features at least one swan (motif). Outside the house, the
Swan Woods Trail is lined with beautiful plants native to Georgia. Nearby,
you can also see how the other half lived at the Smith Family Farm, a
plantation house from the mid-1800s. Meanwhile, bookworms won’t want to
miss a tour of the Margaret Mitchell House, where the author penned her
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “Gone With the Wind”.
Piedmont Park is the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon. Sprawling
200-plus acres, the park has no shortage of things to do, including walking
and jogging paths, dog parks, picnic facilities, playgrounds, tennis
courts, a public swimming pool and a Saturday farmers market. Thanks to its
size, Piedmont Park also hosts a variety of Atlanta’s top events, including
the Atlanta Dogwood Festival, the Atlanta Jazz Festival and Atlanta Pride.
High Museum of Art
Designed by architect Richard Meier and enlarged with three new buildings
designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, the High Museum of Art is
noteworthy both for its architecture and its extraordinary collections of
art from the Renaissance to the present day. It is particularly known for
its works by 19th- century French masters and an extensive collection of
19th- and 20th-century American art. There is a significant collection of
European paintings and decorative art, and newer additions include modern
and contemporary art, photography, and African art. The museum forms part
of the Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center and hosts an annual film series
featuring foreign, independent, and classic cinema.
Best Time to Fly to Atlanta
The best time to visit Atlanta is from March to May. During these months
you can take advantage of mild weather to roam around comfortably. To save
bucks, try planning a trip between December & February.