Georgia’s capital city is also the cosmopolitan capital of the South. There are a litany of attractions for young and old visitors like the Georgia Aquarium and the High Museum of Art. But the city is an even better place to live, thanks to Atlanta’s unique and lively culture, professional sports teams like the Atlanta Braves, and great dining.
Contemporary Southern is the cuisine served by many of Atlanta’s best restaurants, like Bacchanalia and Canoe, but it is also a fitting descriptor for the city’s overall vibe. The city is home to multiple orchestras including Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, but it is also home to a thriving community of marching bands like the Spirit Drum and Bugle Corps.
Downtown Atlanta includes neighborhoods such as Five Points, Centennial Park, and Sweet Auburn, and is the commercial and political heart of the city. The Central Business District encompasses the Georgia Dome, the Underground Atlanta shopping district, and the University of Georgia.
Midtown is where business gets done in Atlanta’s skyscrapers, but it’s also home to some of the city’s best nightlife and newest luxury apartments. The Midtown Mile shopping district and Atlanta Botanical Gardens are here, along with popular nightclubs like Compound, and restaurants like South City Kitchen.
A fifteen minute drive from Atlanta proper, Decatur is a charming suburb that feels much farther away from the city’s fast pace. A favorite area of young professionals, it is home to the Decatur Arts Festival, Emory University, and terrific local restaurants like Watershed.
Buckhead is a neighborhood with a skyline of its very own, thanks to all the new high-rise apartment buildings and offices like the Sovereign structure. Buckhead is where you’ll find the Atlanta History Center, the Lenox Square Mall, and Tom Colicchio’s Craft.
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