Atlanta's Unique Neighborhoods
Welcome to ATLANTA
Thinking of moving to Atlanta?
If you are planning on relocating here or just visiting, this is the tour for you to familiarize yourself with our city.
The Atlanta metropolitan area is the most populous metro area in Georgia and the ninth largest in the United States. With so much to see and experience, the Atlanta Neighborhood Tour will highlight some of the most renowned locations that make up the beautiful state capital.
It's easy to see why Atlanta is one of the most popular relocation destinations in the United States.
Join us on one of our spacious vans as we show you Atlanta's unique neighborhoods, its rich history, and southern charm.
On this (4) hour driving tour, we'll take you to a variety of Atlanta's inner-city neighborhoods:
Downtown: Tours, sports, business, and fun, can all be found in Downtown Atlanta. Downtown Atlanta is the largest of the three business districts in the state, also known as the Historic Business District.
The Old Fourth Ward – Castleberry Hill – Grant Park
Inman Park, with its beautiful Victorian residential architecture
Midtown: Known as the “Heart of the Arts” it comes as no surprise that Midtown is at the center of Atlanta's arts scene. Home to many theaters and arts center, Midtown embraces the arts with open arms. This helps to provide Midtown with the trendy, eclectic and urban feel.
Virginia Highland – Ansley Park – Emory / Druid Hills
Piedmont Park, which is the largest city park in Atlanta
Buckhead: Some of the ritziest but also some of the bawdiest and most rowdy elements call this area just north of Midtown home. Still, through the years, Buckhead has held onto its claim as the most renowned and fashionable of all Atlanta neighborhoods.
Buckhead - Brookwood Hills – Peachtree Hills – Garden Hills
East Atlanta – Westside – Candler Park – Little Five Points Morningside – Edgewood – Kirkwood – Decatur – Eastlake
The Atlanta Beltline Project
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
- Michelle P. || USA