The Midtown and Buckhed

Midtown is a place more alive, with its restaurants and walks. To the east, the Piedmond Park is simply beautiful. It includes an outdoor pool and Botanic Garden.

The side of Peachtree Street, you can visit the Fox Theater, home of Margaret Mitchell, Georgia Tech, the High Museum of Art.

Northwest of Midtown Atlantic Station is a very nice new shopping center with restaurants, bars and boutiques and clothing decoration.

Within Peachtree Circle, North East Midtown, a residential area is very pleasant to visit on foot or by car, with beautiful Victorian-style houses Southerner, always.

The Atlanta History Center is located in Buckhead.

Most suburbs of Atlanta are composed of Victorian houses, more or less accommodated to the modern sauce. Some are made of small wooden houses, some of gigantic stone mansions (some bordering on megalomania). Atlanta had been razed during the civil war; there are few really old houses.

If the heart of the city of Atlanta is good for tourism or business, people take refuge at the night in the forest. Many houses have slipped under the trees like, coiled in a forest (almost) blank or it is really good live.   A rural lifestyle

Close to the city: the entire

“Civilization” Southern is there. The most exclusive place in Atlanta is the Buckhead district. We can not know if Atlanta does not waste a moment in his car in the cathedrals of forests. It is definitely the best attraction in town. The huge summer holidays (closed) there are data, and lighting grandiose palaces breathe away.

You can visit by car in the Buckhead district pushing you (with map) between North side Drive, Habersham Drive and West Paces Ferry Road and Collier.

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