Transfers in Atlanta City
Atlanta is a big city in south-eastern part of the United States and the state capital of Georgia. In the late 1990s and the 2000s, the city has received a powerful impetus to the development and has become one of the world's business centers. There are excellent conditions for living and recreation In Atlanta. If you are planning to check this yourself, feel free to contact us to reserve (book) the transfer to it.
Atlanta was founded in 1813 as a small fort to protect the southern border of the United States from the Cherokee Indians. In 1847 it became the transfer station of Western Atlantic Railroad. The development of the city was connected with rail communication. The railways highway in Atlanta is still actively used today.
During the Civil War Atlanta defended the interests of planters south. In 1864 Northerners seized the town and completely burned it. Only the church and the hospital survived. But the city has risen from the ashes (phoenix is the official emblem of the city), and shortly after the Civil War, Atlanta has become the main business center of the American South. It remains it to this day. For those wishing to visit Atlanta, we offer to book the transfer to it.
You may come to Atlanta either from any other city of the United States by bus of rail or from any country of the world by plane. If you choose the last option, you will definitely arrive to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta international Airport. It is considered the busiest airport in the world. Atlanta Airport sends and receives about 85 million passengers a year. It is located 16 km (10 miles) from downtown neighborhood of Atlanta. This distance is rather long, especially if you come to the city with some luggage. If you want to forget about all transportation troubles, you are welcome to reserve the transfer to Atlanta from us. In the districts of Greater Atlanta also located airports that serve only domestic airline: Briscoe Field Gwinnett County Airport is located 2 km (1 mile) north-east of the city of Lawrenceville in Gwinnett County, McCollum Field Cobb County Airport, which is located 32 km (20 miles) to the north-west of downtown Atlanta, Cobb County.
In Atlanta there is a unified system of urban rapid transit, called MARTA. In 1965 by the State Assembly of Georgia the plan to create a system that includes rail and bus services was approved. The transport passed in four counties and the city of Atlanta. In June 30, 1979 the first train on the eastern branch was launched.
The rail station of Atlanta is located in Northwest of the city. The passenger transportation services are made by the national passenger rail company — AMTRAK, with 1 line — Crescent, which is used for daily trips between New York and New Orleans.
Remember, that if you want to get to Atlanta or from it to any of the neighboring cities, you should just contact us and we will provide you with all the necessary information on how to book the transfer.