Atlanta is commonly defined by its high-rise buildings and bustling streets, but its true character exists in its diverse neighborhoods boasting individual personalities filled with numerous dining, entertainment and shopping options to fit every taste and style.
Embark on an urban adventure beginning in the ever-evolving Downtown Atlanta, home to world-renowned attractions surrounding Centennial Olympic Park and state-of-the-art venues including the new Mercedes Benz Stadium and Georgia World Congress Center.
Follow Atlanta’s celebrated thoroughfare known as Peachtree Street to Midtown, referred to as the “heart of the arts” for housing the bulk of Atlanta’s most esteemed cultural institutions in Midtown’s Arts District, home to the High Museum of Art, Fox Theatre and many more. The energy of this thriving neighborhood extends to Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s largest greenspace featuring picturesque views and constant activity.
Known as the “Beverly Hills of the South”, Buckhead boasts Southern mansions and luxurious shopping featuring top brands and upscale fashion haunts at Lenox Mall and Phipps Plaza. Amidst new restaurant openings and trendy developments like the new Buckhead Atlanta, Buckhead still remains the place to see and be seen.
The unconventional vibe of the neighborhoods that encompass Atlanta’s Eastside contribute to its growth in popularity where festive spirit and sense of community merge. From the urban energy of the Atlanta BeltLine to funky vintage gems in Little Five Points at Junkman’s Daughter, expect the unexpected in the Eastside.
The eclectic design district known as the Westside stays true to its industrial roots which is evident in the spaces that house restaurants, boutiques and breweries including Monday Night Brewing, Red Brick Brewing Company and Urban Tree Cidery, just to name a few.
Atlanta sits at the intersection of Southern charm, inspiration and culture where every neighborhood contributes its unique flavor to the melting pot that is this iconic destination.