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Hot Atlanta City Sightseeing Tour

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Go sightseeing through Atlanta and take in historical sites and learn about Atlanta's rich history from your local guide. Atlanta is home to some of the best restaurants and shopping. We visit areas of town often seen in movies and on nationally broadcasted TV programs. Experience the vibrant places where the locals and tourist meet and eat. You will visit Buckhead's affluent neighborhoods, midtown home of art. We cruise through the downtown area home to the historical Auburn Ave and stop at Dr. Martin Luther's Kings, birth Home and Tomb. Additional highlights, you will see the World of Coca Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park, New Falcon Stadium (great photo opportunity) and Castleberry Hills which is home to many film locations. Enjoy this booming metropolis in a unique way.   Lunch (own expense) and a shopping stop are included at the Ponce City Market. The tour allows you the time to photograph your adventures and explore on your own.

Meet your local guide at any selected hotels in Downtown, Midtown, Buckhead.  Sit back, and learn about Atlanta's history and culture on this 4-hour, 8-mile tour.

You are all set for this fun excursion. Stop by exciting communities inhabited by Atlanta's locals, Historical Castleberry Hills District, synonymous for their monthly Art Stroll, trendy restaurants and shops and RHOA Kandi's restaurant Old Lady Gang.  Cruise down Peachtree Street from Buckhead to Downtown and view historical architecture along with the new face of the modern Atlanta. Other highlights of the tour are CNN Center, new billion dollar Mercedes Benz Falcon Stadium, The World of Coca Cola and Centennial Olympic Park.  We have a lunch and shopping stop at the Ponce City Market were you have the choice of choosing lunch from a top chef and shopping at specialty retail . Price of Lunch not included in tour.

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Private VIP Group Tour of Atlanta

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We have designed a VIP tour to take in the best sight and sounds of Atlanta, enjoy tour of city hot spots, fine dining, and shopping at the upscale The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. This is the prefect getaway for fun and excitement for the family, girls weekend or romantic get away. Tour comes with a private driver, concierge/guide. We plan and organize your special VIP tour for you prior to your arrival, allowing you to enjoy your vacation. We also offer a nighttime version of this tour which includes cocktails.

Your tour comes with private driver and concierge/guide. Tour is 5 hours. Tour begins with pick-up at your hotel or airport. Atlanta is the perfect mix of southern charm, urban hip and luxury. We tour Atlanta's Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead area which gives you the perfect overview of the City. Next up we stop at Buckhead which is the Beverly Hills of Atlanta. The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Buckhead is the premier choice for fashionable shopping. You dine at Southern Art, upscale Buckhead dining, located at the InterContinental Hotel. The menu at Southern Art is a blend of chef Art Smith's Southern cooking heritage and a strong vow to serving traditional classics prepared with his light, contemporary approach. Implementing farm-to-table and local cooking. For ten years Chef Smith became the personal, day-to-day chef to Oprah Winfrey.

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'From Civil War to Civil Rights': A Private Atlanta History Tour

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Tour Like a Local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour that follows the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement in America.

Follow the history of Atlanta as we visit the following locations:

  • A restored 19th century cotton mill - now the largest loft redevelopment in the US
  • Atlanta's 1st 'suburb', which includes the site of the Battle of Atlanta and many decorative Victorian homes, including the founder of Coca-Cola 
  • The city's oldest garden cemetery which is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of 'Gone with the Wind' and the founder of 'The Masters' 
  • The historic neighborhood of Martin Luther King Jr. which includes the birthplace, church and final resting place for the leader of the Civil Rights movement 
  •  Auburn Ave., which in the early 1900's was known as the richest African-American street in the world and visit Atlanta's only public market 
Time permitting:
  • Margaret Mitchell House - The home where the Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist wrote Gone With The Wind

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'Art on the Streets' - Private Atlanta Public and Street Art Tour

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Tour like a local as you explore the creative spirit in the streets of Atlanta. Discover works from among more than 100 sculpture and monuments throughout the city in addition to the artists and muralists who are part of the burgeoning street art scene

Tour like a local and discover traditional and contemporary works of art throughout diverse neighborhoods including:

  • The eclectic community with the nickname of the 'Bohemian center of the Southeast' 
  • A former mill town which is now a showcase for some of the most exciting street art in the country 
  • The epicenter of the Civil Rights movement which still inspires contemporary artists today 
  • The central Commercial District with monuments to Atlanta's own Carnegie Library and the iconic Phoenix, the city's official symbol
  • Other commercial districts containing sculptures which range from the designer of the Lincoln Memorial to a gift from Prince Charles 
  • Other artistic communities that continue to contribute to the city's growing collection of creative public wall murals

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The Walking Dead and Hunger Games Private Film Location Tour in Atlanta

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Tour like a local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour of film locations from 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Hunger Games' and see why Atlanta has become known as Hollywood of the South. Since this is a private tour, you can choose from the following options by seeing a combo of listed 'Walking Dead' & 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta , see all listed 'Walking Dead' locations in Atlanta  or see alll listed 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta.

Choose from one of the following tours or create a combo-tour and visit locations from each incredible franchise.

For fans of 'The Walking Dead':

  • Take photos at the spot of the iconic poster (Rick and his horse on the highway)
  • See locations in downtown Atlanta where Rick entered the city and the Walkers first appeared, as well as the building where Merle lost his cool (and his hand)
  • View Rick and Morgan's homes from Season 1
  • Visit the Hospital where Rick awoke from a coma 
  • See Rick and Shane's Sheriff's Office
  • See the location used as The Center for Disease Control

For fans of 'The Hunger Games':
  • Tour the artistic community used as the site of Katniss' District 12 home
  • Visit the mansion used for the home of President Snow
  • View the location of Peeta's rescue from the Capitol
  • See the Tribute Quarters for the Games (including the elevator scene)
  • View the film locations of the District 8 hospital bombing 
  • Visit the location of the District 11 riots
  • Time permitting, hike the ruins of District 13

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A City in a Forest - Private Atlanta Nature Tour

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Tour like a local while you experience a personalized walking and driving tour of urban nature in Atlanta — it's considered the most forested major city in the US, where even the main street is named after a tree. You'll travel by private vehicle to roughly half a dozen city parks with your guide.

Meet your guide at a designated point and set off on a private driving tour of Atlanta's forested urban areas in the morning or afternoon. You'll get out to explore your natural surroundings on foot at various locations throughout city. 

Take a walk though the largest urban development project underway in the US as you explore some new trails and parks at the Atlanta BeltLine, and learn about the revitalization of this former railway line. At Piedmont Park, stroll part of the 189-acre (76-hectare) urban green space, home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, which includes a 40-foot-high (12-meter) canopy walk through the forest.

Continue on to Olmsted Linear Park, developed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect of NYC's Central Park. Admire the stately homes of the Druid Hills neighborhood before you explore Grant Park, the oldest park in the city and home to Zoo Atlanta. This 131-acre (53-hectare) park is surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian cottages and craftsman bungalows in the city.

Don't miss Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. This center for the 1996 Olympics includes the Fountain of Rings and memorials to the athletes of the Centennial Games. 

Your 3-hour tour concludes at the starting point.

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'Rising From the Ashes' - Private Atlanta Architecture Tour

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Tour Like a Local and observe Atlanta's rebirth as we visit some of Architectural gems that arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and discover why the city's official symbol is the mythological Phoenix - consumed by fire and risen from the ashes.

Based on your interests, some of the stops on your tour will include:

Commercial Districts

  • Peachtree Street - Located along Atlanta's main thoroughfare is one of the South's oldest private social clubs, several historic churches and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history
  • Fairlie-Poplar Historic District - The commercial heart of Atlanta includes varied popular architectural styles of the time. The re-purposed buildings also include Atlanta's Flatiron Building, completed 5 years prior to New York's

  • Midtown - The 2nd largest business district in Atlanta contains various noteworthy architecture including its oldest Jewish Temple, a classical train station, one of the few remaining Victorian homes on Peachtree Street, a restored lavish movie palace and the hotel which hosted the premiere gala for 'Gone With the Wind'

Historic Neighborhoods
  • Cabbagetown - Comprised of one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South and mill worker's homes, the industrial area has been renovated to become the nation's largest residential loft community surrounded by a neighborhood of restored ‘shotgun' houses

  • Inman Park - Atlanta's 1st planned ‘suburb' contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th century including a Civil War Colonel's, the founder of Coca-Cola and even a former bordello

  • Grant Park - Home to the Atlanta's oldest park, it houses the largest collection of Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows in the city and one of the few homes in Atlanta that predates the Civil War

  • Druid Hills - Atlanta's 2nd planned neighborhood was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape designer of Central Park and includes the historic mansions of some of Atlanta's early leading families

  • Westview Abbey - The Mausoleum is the largest of its kind ever built under one roof, containing space for more than 11,000 entombment spaces, including the stunning Abbey Chapel showcasing 27 stained glass panels 
  • Oakland Cemetery - The garden cemetery is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of Gone with the Wind and the founder of The Masters Golf Tournament
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Arrival Private Transfer Hartsfield Airport ATL to Atlanta in a Passenger Van

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Why spend your precious time waiting in long shuttle or taxi lines. Avoid the language barrier and currency exchange. Travel in style from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to your Hotel in Atlanta City by private vehicle and reach your final destination relaxed and refreshed.

Enjoy a comfortable and a private transfer from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to Atlanta City in an elegant and fully equipped Passenger Van.

Our Chauffeurs will be waiting at the arrival lounge just after you pick up your luggage and hold up a sign showing the name of the lead passenger. If there is a problem finding our Chauffeurs please contact the phone number shown on your voucher. All incoming flights are monitored, so you are safe in case your arrival is delayed. In case of a cancelled flight, your transfer will be automatically cancelled, free of charge. This service is available 24/7, year-round.

Your private Chauffeur speaks English and will be happy to help you with any questions you may have about the city.

We would appreciate if you provide us with your mobile or cell phone number in order to contact you in case of any change or if our Chauffeur can't see you at the meeting point. In the confirmation you will also receive our 24/7 emergency number, and in case of any query please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Private Downtown Atlanta and Suntrust Park Helicopter Tour

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See Downtown Atlanta like never before on this 30-minue helicopter tour! Fly through the buildings of Buckhead, Midtown, and Downtown Atlanta in a Robinson R44 helicopter, driven by your licensed guide, so that you and your group of, at most, three people can see your favorite landmarks from 500-1,000 feet up. Sites include: Atlantic Station, Georgia Tech, The Georgia Aquarium and The World of Coca Cola, along with the Bank of America Plaza,  Atlanta Falcons new home, the Mercedes Benz Stadium, the Georgia States Jaguars New home at Turner field, The Atlanta braves new home at SunTrust park and Dobbins Air Force base in Cobb county's vinings.

Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by their pilot, within the Hill Aircraft FBO, at the Fulton County Airport. The Downtown Atlanta Tour departs the Fulton County Airport, in a Robinson R44 Helicopter, heading northbound. First, it's North to Buckhead to view one of Atlanta's finest neighborhood communities, including a view of the Governor's Mansion. Get a glimpse of all the best upscale hot spots, while viewing some of the most beautiful homes in the city. At an altitude between 500 and 1,000 feet, we head to Midtown to get a glimpse of some of the city's most popular attractions, including: Atlantic Station, Georgia Tech, The Georgia Aquarium and The World of Coca Cola. Next, a relaxing glide over Centennial Olympic Park, a pass over CNN and The Georgia Dome, and then over to Turner Field and the State Capitol. From there, we make our way through some of the southeast's stately towers, as we head over to get a stunning view of Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. If you want the best possible way to see beautiful ATL, this is it!

Tour duration is approximately 30 minutes and returns to the original point of departure. Champagne and/or Bose headsets may be purchased for an additional fee. We fly over vinings area of Cobb County to view the new home of the Atlanta Braves stadium, Suntrust Park and view Air Force base Dobbins