Discover Atlanta’s Rich History
Atlanta is a beautiful, big city nestled in the heart of the American south. From its bold skyline to its lush green spaces, it has a bit of everything for everyone. Atlanta was a key city during the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, and it hosted the 1996 Olympic games. Now it’s known for being a ‘City in a Forest’ thanks to its ample parks. A visit to Atlanta guarantees plenty of opportunities to fall in love with history and nature.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spent a significant portion of his childhood in Atlanta, and his presence here forever shaped the city’s culture. Atlanta is both a business hub and an eclectic mural of expression. Places such as the Krog Tunnel allow local artists to express themselves on a regular basis. The Atlanta Beltline attracts runners, dog-walkers, and bikers. Up-and-coming commercial districts such as Inman Park or Cabbagetown are hotbeds for young, hip crowds.
Atlanta is a vast city, and it can be difficult to discover it all on your own. Our Atlanta Highlights Bike Tour breaks down the various neighborhoods for you and helps you discover the best parts of town. Thanks to our local, knowledgeable guides, you can explore the highlights of the city in just a few hours. We use comfortable 8-speed city bikes that are perfect for both parks and roads. Join us today and explore Atlanta with a local!
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