Now Atlanta has become a tourist welcoming city with new attractions, suitable public transportation and improved hotel options. The city’s attractions include an array of options which are unique and interesting.

The Georgia Aquarium, located in downtown is the largest aquarium in the world. It has more than eight million gallons of water and over 120,000 animals of 500 different species, more than any other aquarium. Flights to Atlanta like British Airways, Air Canada, Air France will allow you to catch a glimpse of the world’s largest fish, whale sharks and much more. It is becoming one of the city’s top attractions with more than 3.6 million visitors during the first year.

Book cheap plane tickets to Atlanta and enjoy a one in itself experience at World of Coca-Cola, a museum dedicated to the famous soft drink. The fascinating exhibits tell you the story its evolution and global expansion in more than 200 countries around the world. Its unique attractions include the working soda fountain, coke and pop culture gallery, a 4-D theater, classic ads, functioning bottling stations, tasting lounge featuring more than 70 Coca- Cola products from across the globe arranged by continent and gift shop for souvenirs.

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site is spread over a half mile of Auburn Avenue. This living memorial complex was built to protect the places where Dr. King was born, worked, worshiped and is buried. The visitor’s center has audio visual exhibits and artifacts that explore his life work and legacy. The Ebenezer Baptist Church was the home church of Dr. king throughout his life. Dr. King served as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer during the civil rights movement. Board cheap flights to Atlanta and see where he delivered inspirational sermons preaching love, tolerance and equality. The original altar and pews are still intact and on display for visitors. The church is still home to one of Atlanta's most thriving congregations. Visit on Sundays to hear the glorious pipe organ and gospel choir.

Book plane tickets and visit the world’s gathering place during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. The park is dedicated to preserving that legacy, featuring the popular Fountain of Rings and a variety of free activities and entertainment, including outdoor concerts and holiday festivals. It has the world’s largest interactive fountain exhibiting the Olympic Ring Symbol, garden parks, water gardens, exhibits, children’s play areas and an ice skating rink provides seasonal winter fun. It hosts Family Fun Days, April to September every fourth Saturday, a free festival with many activities. Music at Noon is a free concert series every Tuesday and Thursday during the summer.

Stone Mountain Park has become the largest attraction of Georgia, attracting more than four million visitors every year. It has over 3,300 acres of natural beauty, an exciting variety of attractions, entertainment and recreation. Look for airline discount to experience the civil war themed park which has world’s largest area of exposed granite. The Great Bam and Tree house Challenge are true adventures for children. There is also a living history museum, riverboat cruise, 4D theater, scenic railroad, antebellum plantation, Water slide Park, antique car museum and laser show.

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Jhonson Peterson is an associate editor with Farebuzz.com. The website offers exclusive information related to First Class Flight and Cheap Flights to Atlanta. Fare Buzz is one of the world’s leading travel company, providing travel products and services to leisure and corporate travelers in the U.S. and around the world.