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Price and Availability Index Atlanta
Vacation Rental Price Information in Atlanta
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Atlanta. Prices reach a peak a week in August. The price per night in a vacation rental in Atlanta this week (8/25 - 9/1) costs on average $189. Prices are more affordable in December (12/22 - 12/29).
Rental Availability Information in Atlanta
Check how busy Atlanta is with our availability graph. The busiest time to book a rental in Atlanta so far is in July (7/6 - 7/13), where only 61% rentals are available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in December (12/29 - 1/5).
Enjoy a fun family break with an Atlanta vacation home
Called the Vanguard of the New South, Atlanta impresses with its breathtaking skylines of its downtown, midtown, and Buckhead district. The city has continuted to expand throughout the years and now is home to the world's busiest airport. With fantastic dining and shopping options, museums, parks and festivals, you might want to consider a vacation rental in Atlanta for your next trip.
Flying into Atlanta
The city is served by the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, located 8 miles from downtown. The airport is also a hub for the city rail system, MARTA, which connects to downtown, midtown, and northern Atlanta. Alternately, you can hire a car or pick up a taxi right outside the airport which will help you get to your Atlanta vacation home quickly and comfortably.
The dining scene in Atlanta
Whether it's soul food, typical Southern fare or Asian cuisine that tickles your taste-buds, Atlanta delivers. Kick start your day with a Southern breakfast comprising of eggs, biscuits with gravy, grits, and something meaty. Good breakfast establishments include Waffle House and Gladys Knight and Ron Winan's Chicken and Waffles.
The city's numerous coffee and wine bars are a class apart, and sushi and sake bars bring Japan right to the heart of Atlanta. The same can be said with regards to French, Italian, Chinese, Indian and Mexican-speciality restaurants. There are plenty of takeaway options in Atlanta in case hunger pangs strike, giving you the option to stock up and enjoy in the privacy of your Atlanta vacation rental.
A good time to visit Atlanta
The best time to visit is during spring and fall when the weather is pleasant, and the availability of the various Atlanta vacation rentals are plenty. Summer attracts families with children, however temperatures can soar with Atlanta earning the nickname, Hotlanta. Winters are a nice time to come and enjoy the year-end festivities.
Things to do and see in Atlanta
A walk through downtown will reveal stunning Victorian architecture, and be sure to visit the High Museum of Art and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. For panoramic city views, head to the Sundial atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza.
Pemberton Place is home to three of the city's most popular attractions: World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium - where visitors can swim with whale sharks - and the CNN Center. Consider an itinerary based on what appeals to you, whether you're interested in the Old South, city sites, or shopping.
Art and culture in Atlanta
Atlanta won't let art and culture lovers down. A popular attraction is Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, which houses the civil rights' leader's birthplace and final resting place. Visit the century-old Atlanta Cyclorama which recounts the Battle of Atlanta with huge, circular artworks. For more Civil War history, visit the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead. Artists with a vacation rental in Atlanta will be spoilt for choice in this city: there's the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA). Consider buying the Atlanta CityPASS if you plan to visit multiple attractions.
The city regales with its vibrant performing arts scene. There's the Atlanta Ballet, the oldest professional dance company in America, which showcases classic and contemporary styles, ballets and choreography. Music lovers must experience a concert at the grand Atlanta Opera, while theater enthusiasts will love the New American Shakespeare Tavern. This playhouse is the first in America to produce all of the Great Bard's plays.
Activities with kids
Kids will appreciate the man-made river at Centennial Olympic Park where they can splash around in summer, and skate in winter. Take them down to the city's oldest park, Grant Park which is also home to Zoo Atlanta, a refuge for animals. End the day relaxing with the whole family at your cosy Atlanta vacation rental.
Regular Events in Atlanta
The year kicks off with ATLart and the Southeastern Flower Show held in January and February. Irish Americans in Atlanta celebrate the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival with strong enthusiasm. This is followed by the Georgia Renaissance Festival, a must for history buffs. Summer beckons with the Atlanta Jazz Festival, the Georgia Shakespeare Festival and the Atlanta Film Festival. There's also the National Black Arts Festival in July that celebrates African-American art.
Sci-fi enthusiasts, keep note of the Dragon Con four-day convention that takes place over Labor Day weekend. October meanwhile features the Atlanta Pride Festival and the Atlanta Celebrates Photography event.
Come experience the flavor of the New South, in a city that is comparable to few others; book your
vacation rental in Atlanta and experience all this city has to offer.
A booming destination full of energy and excitement
This elegantly decorated theater sets a perfect festive mood with lots of lights and beautiful carpets. A variety of musical shows and performances can be seen all year round.
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
A visit to this inspiring place pays tribute to the peace loving, courageous Martin Luther King Jr. The beautifully preserved site gives an insight into the king's humble life.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
The spectacular garden gives a fantastic view with sculptures lit up at night and Thursday evenings being cocktail time with a view of the beautiful Atlanta skyline.
College Football Hall of Fame
The entire family can explore this place with interactive exhibits of your favourite teams and players. The Helmet Wall has helmets from over 765 college football teams.
It is fun time for the entire family at the well designed Georgia Aquarium with the amazing whale shark exhibit and a stunning dolphin show.
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