It All Starts in Atlanta's Compact Convention
and Entertainment District
Top Attractions are conveniently centered around Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, within easy walking distance from hotels and the Georgia World Congress Center. Attractions include: the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta, Inside CNN Studio Tour, and the upcoming Center for Civil and Human Rights (slated to open in 2013), College Football Hall of Fame (2013).
Atlanta's neighborhoods are the heart and soul of the city and are a short MARTA or cab ride away from Downtown; Explore Midtown for the High Museum of Art, the Woodruff Arts Center and shopping at Atlantic Station; Buckhead for upscale shopping and dining; Virginia-Highland for neighborhood restaurants, boutiques and pubs; and Little Five Points for a funky, bohemian experience.
Our Top Five
- Collaborative community. Atlanta offers a friendly, cooperative community commited to driving successful meetings and growing attendance.
- Walkability. Our compact convention district makes it easy for attendees to walk to the Georgia World Congress Center, hotels, restaurants and attractions.
- Accessibility. Nearly 80% of the U.S. population is within a two-hour flight of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, located only 10 miles away from the city center.
- Flexible labor environment. Georgia is a right-to-work state providing planning flexibility, lower labor costs and reduced risk.
- Global Attendance. The world's most accessible airport expands with the opening of a new international terminal in 2012. Also, Atlanta has the second highest number of US consulates outside of D.C.
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