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“Hotlanta”, “The Gate City”, “ATL”. This town has almost as many nicknames as New York City. But New York doesn’t have a world dedicated to the greatest soft drink known to man, one of the best drive-in restaurants on the globe, or the Georgia Aquarium.
How are you going to get to all of these great places and more? Don’t worry, Wotif has ridiculously good Atlanta car hire options, so you won’t be stuck waiting in line for the bus.
Start your holiday off properly by getting one of Wotif’s unbelievable Atlanta car rentals, then cruise over to the World of Coca-Cola and explore the museum dedicated to the famous soft drink company.
Check out the memorabilia room displaying ad pieces from the company’s first year to the present day. Then head to the Taste It! exhibit and sample over 60 Coca-Cola products. Imagine the sugar rush you’ll have after a few hours here.
You’ve got to be hungry by now, so head a few blocks north to the largest drive-in fast food restaurant on the planet, The Varsity. All you have to do is order up a juicy cheeseburger with a side of onion rings and a Coke. Believe us, all your troubles will go away.
If you want to see what’s going on in the “Volunteer State” for a day, hop in your Atlanta car rental and head 190km north to the great city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Go for a nature walk in Rock City on Lookout Mountain. There are suspension bridges passing over deep gorges, footpaths winding through dogwood forests and even a lookout point where it’s possible to see several different states. Say “hi” to Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky and, oh look, South Carolina.
Follow the smell of peaches all the way from your home to the state of Georgia. Browse our out-of-this-world offers on Atlanta holiday packages and book your trip today, because yesterday is gone.
And really, no holiday is worth the time unless you extend it by a few days—check out Wotif’s deals on hotels in Chicago and enjoy a slice of deep-dish pizza in the “Windy City”. It’s only a 2-hour flight, so what’s the hold up?