Travel & Outdoors
If your Atlanta sightseeing includes the urge to fly through the open air over Georgia, jump on board one or two of the many opportunities that soar before you. You won’t be disappointed in the experience and what you’ll see.
Although Atlanta is a bustling city with the largest international airport in the world, its hostel selection offers only a handful of locations for stowing your backpack while you enjoy city sights.
Springtime weather beckons Atlantans out into their yards and gardens. With local soil, moisture, bees and butterflies, flora flourishes into the summer, and gardening lovers are eager to get to their outdoor spaces to create their personal artistry.
Find out how to keep kids active from Susan Viar, an Atlanta fitness professional at Gold’s Gym in McDonough.
With plenty of choices for romantic day trips or overnight stays to choose from, Atlantans can celebrate Valentine’s day locally.
Whether you are a recreational jogger or a marathon runner, the Atlanta area offers running clubs for all ages, abilities and experience levels. Here are some the best in the Atlanta area.
New Year’s resolutions are in the works and Atlantans are breaking a sweat with kettlebells at local personal training studios and classroom venues.
Pitch a tent, hook up an RV, go backcountry and sleep under the stars in five year-round campsites within two hours of Atlanta.
We all love the holidays, but sometimes a break from all the hustle and bustle of the season is just what Santa ordered. Where can one take a break and get away for the day or a weekend close to Atlanta? Take a look at these holiday escapes. They are all special in their own way. When you return from your escape, your holiday spirit will be renewed and refreshed.
These tips are ones that those from Atlanta use to have a stress-free and memorable holiday season in their own hometown.