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Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, or Atlanta Airport or Hartsfield in short, is the world's busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic. The airport is a major aviation hub for passengers in and out of the southeast United States. Apart from domestic flights, the airport also serves international travelers as well as destinations around the world.

Getting Around

Plan your next holiday to Atlanta City now and get discounted United Airlines Flights. Downtown Atlanta is about 16 kilometers from the airport, and various modes of transportation are available to take you there. The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), with train and bus services, provides transportation to the city center. The MARTA rail system connects Atlanta Airport to Five Point Station, where five lines travel out of other parts of the city.

The extensive bus network also carries passengers from the airport to the city of Atlanta, as well as to other destinations in the area. Otherwise, arrange for an airport shuttle or take a taxi to the city center. It is easy to get around Atlanta city by public transport. Most of the popular tourist attractions are accessible through the Marta rail system. However, to reach destinations in suburban areas, visitors can choose to rent a car.

Places like White Water Park and Gwinnett Arena are available for driving, but be prepared to wait for traffic jams - and even lose your way at times - to try to get there. In Atlanta, the areas are neither organized nor logically labeled in a grid system, and dozens of streets are named Peachtree. Therefore, it may be more feasible to take a taxi for passengers wishing to reach their destination quickly.

What to see and do

One of the top attractions in Atlanta is the Fox Theater, an Egyptian-themed multi-purpose performing arts center. Theaters include the Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet, while Broadway musicals and various bands make guest appearances. Watch a performance and be dazzled by vibrant colors, interiors designed by expert craftsmen and ceilings featuring dynamic clouds and stars and clouds.

Visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, an important monument that documents the history of the United States. Step into the humble abode of Martin Luther King Jr., a revered leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Walk to Ebenezer Baptist Church, where the kings preached as pastors.

Learn about their story through engaging performances, and arrive early for the MLK House Tour (on a first come, first served basis). Aren't all the places just amazing? Wait and hurry to book your United Airlines tickets on the United Airlines official site.

Another historical milestone not to be missed is the Atlanta History Center. The museum recounts Atlanta's interesting past, from Native American culture to life in the Southeast. Nearby is the Swan House which, as its name suggests, has at least one goose figure in each room of the building. Walk down the Hans Woods Trail, a botanical native to Georgia. A little further away is the Tully Smith Farm, a plantation house from the mid-1800s.

Spend picnic with family and friends for a great afternoon, playing a game, or just walking around, in front of Piedmont Park. You can catch a special event or celebration happening in the park and buy snacks from food vendors that open during those hours. Biking, jogging, or walking in designated park areas of the park, and play football, bokeh, and more. For more detailed information, kindly contact the United Airlines Reservations phone number.

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