World-class restaurants, festive nightlife, professional sports teams, and an abundance of attractions and events help make Atlanta the center for entertainment in the South. The creative, dynamic city is so popular, in fact, National Geographic selected Atlanta as one of the top destinations to visit in the National Geographic Best of the World 2022 list, and Lonely Planet included it in the Best in Travel list for 2022, the only U.S. city on the list.
There are twice-weekly nonstop flights between the Lincoln Airport (LNK) and Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) flying on Fridays and Mondays. Click below to check flight availability or to make a reservation.
We use the North Terminal in ATL and our check in counters are counter 6. Please note that check in agents arrive 2 hours before your scheduled departure. The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is located at 6000 North Terminal Parkway in Southern Atlanta. Onsite parking and car rental companies are available, as well as many options for ride sharing and taxi service. Click here for the ATL airport website.
Two of the most famously-named streets in the South, these two streets combine for dozens of hotels, restaurants and all the shopping you can handle. Take in Atlanta’s history and museums, as well as championship winning professional sports teams!
Marvel at the Georgia Aquarium, and taste iconic flavors at the World of Coca-Cola. Explore the city's diverse culinary scene, and see why shoppers love Atlanta for everything from boutiques to antiques. Experience Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park, an expansive green space with features commemorating the 1996 Summer Olympics. Tour and catch games at Truist Park, home of the 2021 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves, and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of Atlanta United and the Atlanta Falcons, and host of the 2019 Super Bowl.
For one of the most unique experiences, visit Underground Atlanta, a four-block space located under the many viaducts built over railroad tracks. Currently under renovation, the updated area will not only host shops and restaurants, but also a bar/restaurant with live fire shows, virtual-reality experiences, an Art Walk covering six galleries and plenty of festivals, concerts and shopping!
Over 40 global companies call Atlanta home because of its large population and ease of getting to. Coca-Cola, Home Depot, UPS, Delta Airlines, Chik-fil-A and many more all call Atlanta home. Many of these companies offer tours where you can learn more about their origins and global impact.