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Atlanta, United States

Atlanta is known as the ity in the Forest"and anyone flying into the city easily sees why. Get to know the city by exploring iconic parks like Piedmont Park.


Centennial Olympic Park

The world´s gathering place during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, features the popular Fountain of Rings and events taking place throughout the year.

Georgia Aquarium

Home to more than 100,00 fish and mammals, including whale sharks, the largest fish in the world, and a 6,00-gallon touch pool featuring rays and sharks. A 4-D theater, foood court and five galleries entertain all ages for the whole morning

World of Coca-Cola

Where the soft drinks story is told through fascination exhibits classic ads ad a fanciful recreation of the bottlin process. Coca-Cola products from around the world are a available for tasting before its time to depart through the gift shop, which is packed with Coca-Cola sovenirs.

Children´s Museum of Atlanta

A place where children can experience the power of imagination and the delight of leraning.


On the edge of the park is a Ferris wheel, rising 20 stores high and housing 42 climate-controlled gondolas.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

In downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the civil rights movements.

Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

Features a 450yard indoor football field and over 50 engaging and interactive exhibits.

Zoo Atlanta

Exhibits more than 200 species from the African plains and Asian forests. Visit giant pandas and one of North America´s largest captive gorilla population.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Located in Midtown adjacent to Piedmont Park is an urban oasis of more than 30 acres. Visit the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory to see a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grow in the Southeast.

Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta

Hours of fun at Phipps Plaza in Buckhead. To name just a few of the things to do there is a 4-D cinema, along with the Kingdomw Quest LEGO ride.

Center for Puppetry Arts

Midtown´s the largest museum dedicated to the art of puppetry in North Americas, features puppet making tours and shows for both adults and children.

FERNBANK Museum of Natural History

Home to the world´s largest dinosaurs, uses innovative design and programming to bring natural history to life through galleries and hands-on exhibits to stretch the imagination. The 315-sent IMAX theater provides a powerful film experience.

Six Flags Over Georgia

With heart-pounding rides and thrilling attractions offers excitement for all ages.

Stone Mountain Parek

Kids love exploring nature and arractions at the Tree house Challenge, girls and boys compete against each other in more than a dozen interactive games.

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