Atlanta might draw in visitors with its glamor and large-scale attractions, but it’s also a patchwork of neighborhoods full of charm and history that will keep you digging deeper.
When you book your Atlanta car rental alternative on Turo, you get easy access to all of the beautiful getaways just outside of the city, where you can hike to stunning vistas or cool off in the river.
The fun-loving lifestyle of Atlanta is well-known, so don’t miss all the lively entertainment and nightlife, but also check out some of the pieces of history that gave the city its identity.
Tour the childhood home of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and visit the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he was a preacher and began his mission for social change.
This wonderland dedicated to the world-famous beverage company shares the history of Coke and Atlanta, plus you can taste over 100 kinds of soda from around the world.
This old movie house in Midtown has been transformed into an ornate theater that features Moorish Revival style design, and holds some of the finest shows in town, from ballet to funk.
Atlanta has all the trappings of a big city, but it’s easy to jump into your Atlanta car rental alternative to reach lush forests, impressive bodies of water, and charming Georgia towns in no time.
Head north of the city in your Atlanta car rental alternative to take one of the many great river hikes, like the East Palisade trail, or get on the water in a tube or kayak.
This quaint college town has a rich music history — it’s where R.E.M. and the B-52s are from — and an undeniable hip, indie vibe. Hop in your Atlanta car rental alternative and drive an hour and a half east to soak it in.
Take the two-hour drive north in your Atlanta car rental alternative to get deep in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest for this quick, stunning waterfall hike, and explore the popular mountain town Helen.
Running in a circle through the Chattahoochee National Forest and Blue Ridge Mountains, this route, known as “Georgia’s Dragon,” challenges drivers with more than 50 miles of tight turns and elevation changes.
More scenic than daring, this highway runs by three lovely Georgia lakes and was once the preferred route of bootleggers during prohibition, which is to say it’s a less crowded drive.
Wind through the North Georgia mountains on the exciting twists of GA 515 and GA 52 toward Ellijay to catch striking views of the Amicalola Falls and Brasstown Bald Peak.