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Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most popular cities to visit in the Southeast with numerous options for fine dining, great shopping, amazing attractions, and a rich history. Below is some information about the city and Conference hotel to help make your stay in Atlanta as enjoyable as possible while you attend the 30th ICAR.

City Information:

There is so much to see and do in Atlanta! You will find it all, from family-friendly activities, to shopping, culture and history. Whether it's award-winning theatre, blockbuster concerts or festivals, Atlanta has something for everyone. With so many things to see and do, it's easy to see why Atlanta is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Southeast.

Below are just some of Atlanta’s local attractions. Be sure to visit: for even more fun ideas and attractions.

Centennial Olympic Park:

Georgia Aquarium:

MLK Jr. National Historic Site:

World of Coca-Cola:

Atlanta Botanical Garden:

Zoo Atlanta:

Transportation Information:

Getting from Hartsfield Jackson International Airport to the Hilton Atlanta is easy. It is just 12 miles, or about a 15-minute drive. Taxis are readily available at the airport, as are shuttles and the local rapid transit system. Please click here for additional transportation information to the hotel.

Once you have arrived in Atlanta, getting around town is a breeze. In addition to being extremely walkable, there are multiple transportation systems to get you through the beautiful city and its surrounding visitor-friendly neighborhoods.

MARTA: Atlanta’s rapid transit rail system carries passengers from the airport up to Buckhead and beyond. It will also take you through many of Atlanta’s surrounding neighborhoods.

Atlanta Streetcar: New to Downtown Atlanta, riders can travel from Centennial Olympic Park to the Sweet Auburn area with 12 stops on a 2.7-mile loop. It also connects directly with MARTA’s Peachtree Center Station.

For additional details about transportation in Atlanta, visit:

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