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From Atlanta: North Georgia Wine Country Tour

1. From Atlanta: North Georgia Wine Country Tour

Visit North Georgia's Wine Country on a full-day tour from Downtown Atlanta. Admire the rolling hills on the two-hour drive to Georgia's premier wine region with your friendly guide. Let your driver take care of the details as you are escorted around the region in an air-conditioned shuttle bus. Tour three local vineyards- Kaya Vineyard, The Cottage Vineyard, & CeNite Vineyards. You will stop at each for an hour, so you'll have plenty of time to soak in the local flavor. In total, taste up to 13delicious wines with expert sommeliers and learn about North Georgia's unique wine history and culture. If you need snacks to go along with your tastings, food will be available for purchase at each Winery. After visiting the wineries you then get the chance to explore North Georgia’s Bavarian mountain town in the town of Helen. Dine in delicious restaurants and explore the boutique shopping on your 70 minute stop in this charming town. Then settle back and relax in your leather seat as your professional guide drives you back to Downtown Atlanta and you can meditate on your favorite wines and highlights during this stress-free day.

Atlanta Electric Car City Tour

2. Atlanta Electric Car City Tour

Learn all about the history of Atlanta and explore some of its most exciting areas on a 90-minute journey via electric car. Explore the city far away from all its main tourist-crowded areas downtown. Discover some of its most historic and eclectic neighborhoods like Inman Park, Atlanta's first planned suburb; Old Fourth Ward, the birthplace of the civil rights movement and home to Dr. Martin Luther King; Georgia Institute of Technology; the Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site; and Midtown Atlanta, with its thriving bars, cafes, and colorful lifestyle. The Atlanta Experience tour is perfect for both tourists and locals wanting to learn more about the city's history. Whether a first-time visitor or an Atlanta resident, you will leave with a new found love and affection for this great southern city.

Atlanta: Scavenger Hunt at Centennial Olympic Park

3. Atlanta: Scavenger Hunt at Centennial Olympic Park

Use your smartphone as part guide and part taskmaster on this fun scavenger hunt around Atlanta. See some of the city's best known landmarks and discover a few hidden gems along the way. Solve clues and complete challenges, whilst learning the local history. Begin in the heart of Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Then, follow a well-designed course among the monuments and brand name attractions. You will walk for approximately 1.5 miles, but can stop and start whenever you want. Enjoy a slice of peach pie or cold glass of sweet tea if you need a break!

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What people are saying about Atlanta

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based on 2 reviews

I really enjoyed the tour and the very enlightening history it provided. Our tour guide is a native and was very knowledgeable about the ATL. I would definitely recommend it if you want to ride and relax and let someone else do the driving to see some of the rich history that is Atlanta!

Very informed guide, 5 people in car. 90 min perfect length of time. I went alone, Remembered what I wanted to explore the next day! -- Martin Luther King sites and the Civil Rights History Musuem. Well worth the $40. Enjoy Atlanta, I even took the Ferris wheel.

Shauna was fabulous and I really learned a lot from the tour. She is very knowledgable, and the tour could not have been better! Thank you!

The guide was very knowledgeable and seemed to really enjoy her job. She was joyful and easy to listen to

Great tour and a fun and relaxing way to learn about Atlanta.