Welcome to Atlanta!

There is no time like the present to visit the South's largest city. Atlanta welcomed 53 million visitors in 2017 and Cvent ranked the city No. 4 on its 2017 list of top 50 cities for meetings and events. Around every corner is a new attraction, restaurant or shopping opportunity.

As more organizations continue to flock to Atlanta to host events, the city has wasted no time revamping its existing spaces and constructing new venues to accommodate the demand. In August 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium officially opened, serving as the new home of the Atlanta Falcons and the city's newest sports team, Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United FC. With $876 million in development through the next two years, several large-scale projects are set to begin and/or open in 2018 including hotels, the continued expansion of Atlanta BeltLine, Atlanta History Center's new Cyclorama Building and renovations of two of Atlanta's largest venues, Centennial Olympic Park and Philips Arena, home to the Atlanta Hawks.

In Atlanta, the dinner table is the city's social scene and award-winning chefs reinvent Southern style with locally-sourced menus and down-home inspiration. As one of the top foodie cities in the United States, Atlanta boasts several restaurants included in The Daily Meal’s “101 Best Restaurants in America 2017” list and OpenTable's “Top 100 Hot Spots in America 2017” list. In addition to the city's exceptional dining options, Atlanta's beer and cocktail scene gains national recognition including USA TODAY’s 2017 list of cities with the best beer scenes.

Whether it's award-winning theatre, blockbuster concerts or festivals, Atlanta offers something for everyone. With so many things to see and do, it's easy to see why Atlanta is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Southeast.