If you haven’t been to Atlanta lately, the time is now! With 80% of the US population within a two-hour flight of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and access to more than 75 international destinations in 50 countries through Atlanta’s Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal, Atlanta is one of the most accessible destinations in the country. Centennial Olympic Park, the heart of downtown’s convention hub, is marked by playful fountains that draw visitors to its pulse. From there, visitors walk to world-class attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium, one of the world’s largest, World of Coca-Cola, a dedication to a century of top-notch advertising, CNN Atlanta, the global headquarters of CNN and Turner Broadcasting and the new College Football Hall of Fame, a 4,256-square-foot attraction that provides visitors with a highly-immersive, interactive and engaging experience dedicated to college football. Journey to Buckhead for exquisite shopping or dining or immerse yourself in Midtown, the heart of Atlanta’s art community. The Atlanta BeltLine, a 22-mile railroad corridor, connects 45 of Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods via public parks, trails and transit. Linked to the BeltLine are two markets. Ponce City Market is a destination for retail and restaurants including a rooftop event space and a carnival-themed rooftop funland called “Skyline Park” with 18 holes of miniature golf, carnival games, and food options that are open to the general public as a landmark tourist attraction. Krog Street Market boasts a collection of top chef-owned restaurants and unique retailers.
Chances are, guests will encounter a film crew while in Atlanta. The city is the Hollywood of the South as film studios take advantage of the state’s versatility and film industry tax incentives. Atlanta is currently on fire – from world-class restaurants to exquisite shopping and hip nightlife, Atlanta is cosmopolitan in every sense of the word. Atlanta is also a city that never rests – more than $2.5 billion in new development will open in the next five years, including the Mercedes-Benz stadium, the $1.2 billion home of the 2017 Atlanta Falcons in downtown Atlanta with seating for 71,000 in the state-of-the-art retractable roof stadium and Suntrust Park, the 2017 homes of the Braves which will also feature a $400 million entertainment complex surrounding the new stadium.
Whether you choose to enjoy our modern urban experiences or visit cultural and historic Southern icons, Atlanta will not disappoint. At AlliedPRA Atlanta we understand there is only one chance to get it right, to create that once in a lifetime memory. Our creative and enthusiastic destination management professionals are dedicated to making the flawless execution of your event appear effortless.
Destinations we serve: Atlanta and surrounding areas, Braselton, Covington, Greensboro, Madison, Savannah.