Tripps Plus Las Vegas highlights that nestled in the Appalachian Mountains foothills, Atlanta enjoys a humid subtropical climate. There are numerous trails to explore a hiker’s haven, including Pine and Swanee Mountain and the East Palisades on the Chattahoochee River, to name a few.
Tripps Plus Las Vegas invites visitors to view one of the last urban forests from a 40-foot high viewpoint on the Kendeda Canopy Walk within the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
Other attractions within the botanical gardens include formal rose and Japanese gardens, a conservatory exhibiting plants from tropical and desert areas, and indoor exhibits.
Enjoy the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest indoor aquarium, and the World of Coco-Cola, celebrating this iconic soft drink’s history. Zoo Atlanta is unique as it houses the most extensive collection of orangutans and gorillas in America and giant pandas. In total, the zoo accommodates 1,300 animals, so there is plenty to see and learn here.
For the adventurous, Tripps Plus recommends either or both of the Six Flags venues as must-visit destinations. Six Flags in Georgia have lots to offer, including thrill rides, family and children’s rides, as well as events, dining, and shopping. The White Water Six Flags has thrills for those who enjoy splashing and bursting through the water with many rides to choose from.
For an unusual experience, visit Underground Atlanta, which covers five blocks and incorporates venues for entertainment, fine dining, shopping, and an insight into the history of Atlanta’s past. Originally constructed post-Civil War, the area was renovated in the late 1960s.
Tripps Plus Las Vegas thinks visitors should see other eclectic neighborhoods, including Little Five Points, a bohemian hangout, East Atlanta with restaurants and gastro pubs, and Cabbagetown, with its restored architecture.
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