You can also reach some of Georgia’s most gorgeous beauty spots when you book Atlanta car hire...
Atlanta is the capital and largest city in Georgia and is famous for hosting the Summer Olympics in 1996, as well as being the world headquarters of several well-known companies. With much to explore in the city centre, as well as a wide range of attractions outside the city limits, exploring Atlanta using car rental can be a great way of viewing this bustling city.
There are a wide range of museums to explore, as well as stadia and attractions centred on the Olympic Games. You can take a walk on the wild side at Zoo Atlanta or visit the world's largest aquarium – the Georgia Aquarium – where you can view more than 500 species of marine life.
Many of the main tourist attractions are based around the city centre, but there are also plenty of places outside of the city to explore, so car hire in Atlanta is recommended as part of your American adventure.
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Say farewell to Atlanta for just a day – or a few nights – and explore more of this belle of the Deep South...
You don’t have to go far to begin to unravel the patchwork of loveliness that makes up the southern state of Georgia.
For adrenaline junkies, the Six Flags Over Georgia theme park has a range of fun rides for the whole family, and is around a 15-minute drive west of the city centre. It can take an hour and a half to get here by public transport from central Atlanta, so you’re already way ahead of the crowds because you’ve booked a hire car.
On the outskirts of the city is Stone Mountain Park – easily reached with a car hire (it’s a 35-minute drive north-east of central Atlanta). The centrepiece of the park is a giant hill of granite into which are carved three figures on horseback of the Confederate States of America.
A little way north-west of Atlanta is an area known as Historic High Country. Leave the skyscrapers behind and in just half an hour you could be touring villages where tales of the past bulge from every seam. History and romance walk hand in hand along these sun-dappled streets.
Georgia is home to 63 state parks and historic sites, so lovers of the great outdoors, history buffs and those with a keen eye for beautiful places will never be short of things to see and do around Atlanta.