Neighborhoods of Atlanta
Atlanta is home to more than 70 streets that include the name "Peachtree," including the most well-known, Peachtree Street. This main thoroughfare travels through the neighborhoods of Atlanta including Buckhead, Midtown and Downtown, connecting numerous attractions, restaurants and shopping areas. Come explore all that Atlanta neighborhoods have to offer! If you're looking for tips, our Peachtree Connects Guide is a great place to start.
Atlanta's neighborhoods truly create the landscape of this beautiful city. There's legendary shopping in Buckhead at Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square, as well as many stylish boutiques and galleries. Midtown is the heart of the arts with the High Museum, Alliance Theatre and Fox Theatre, plus dining and nightlife that's all the rage. The Downtown convention and entertainment district is home to the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Inside CNN Studio Tour, and The Children's Museum of Atlanta.
If you're looking for neighborhoods of Atlanta where the locals go, check out the stylish boutiques and laid-back bars in Virginia-Highland, live jazz in Castleberry Hill, not to mention Little Five Points with all its cool, alternative shopping, bars, restaurants and even an Elvis shrine at the Star Community Bar. And then there's Cabbagetown, one of the emerging neighborhoods of Atlanta which Travel + Leisure magazine featured in "America's Best Secret Neighborhoods."
Bicycle Tours of Atlanta will take you on a tour of beautiful architecture, historic sites and Atlanta neighborhoods, as well as off-the-beaten-path spots. For a fun, eco-friendly adventure, try ATL-Cruzers. These electric car tours explore Midtown, Downtown and all the hidden history in between!
Are you ready to discover big city sophistication with new Southern charm? Go out and explore the neighborhoods of Atlanta today. You won't be disappointed!
Little Five Points
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