Cities in Atlanta

The entire trip from Atlanta to Savannah should be approximately 250 miles and about four hour. Tybee Island is one of the nicest beaches in Savannah.

Savannah is the oldest city in the state of Georgia and is the county seat of Chatham County. Established in 1733 on the Savannah River, the city of Savannah became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. A strategic port city in the American Revolution and during the American Civil War, Savannah is today an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport. It is Georgia's fifth-largest city and third-largest metropolitan area.

Atlanta
​The history of Atlanta dates back to 1836, when Georgia decided to build a railroad to the U.S. Midwest and a location was chosen to be the line's terminus. The stake marking the founding of "Terminus" was driven into the ground in 1837 (called the Zero Mile Post). In 1839 homes and a store were built there and the settlement grew. Between 1845 and 1854 rail lines arrived from four different directions, and the rapidly growing town quickly became the rail hub for the entire Southern United States. During the American Civil War, Atlanta, as a distribution hub, became the target of a major Union campaign, and in 1864 Union General Sherman's troops set on fire and destroyed the city's assets and buildings, save churches and hospitals. After the war the population grew rapidly, as did manufacturing, while the city retained its role as a rail hub. Coca-Cola was launched here in 1886 and grew into an Atlanta-based world empire. Electric streetcars arrived in 1889,[1] and the city added new "streetcar suburbs".

The city's elite black colleges were founded between 1865 and 1885, and despite disenfranchisement and the later imposition of Jim Crow laws in the 1910s, a prosperous black middle class and upper class emerged. By the early 20th century, "Sweet" Auburn Avenue was called "the most prosperous Negro street in the nation". In the 1950s blacks started moving into city neighborhoods that had previously kept them out, while Atlanta's first freeways enabled large numbers of whites to move to, and commute from, new suburbs. Atlanta was home to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a major center for the Civil Rights Movement. Resulting desegregation occurred in stages over the 1960s. Slums were razed and the new Atlanta Housing Authority built public housing projects.

From the mid-60s to mid-70s, nine suburban malls opened, and the downtown shopping district declined. But just north of it, gleaming office towers and hotels rose, and in 1976 the new Georgia World Congress Center signaled Atlanta's rise as a major convention city. In 1973 the city elected its first black mayor, Maynard Jackson, and in ensuing decades, black political leaders worked successfully with the white business community to promote business growth, while still empowering black businesses. From the mid-70s to mid-80s most of the MARTA rapid transit system was built. While the suburbs grew rapidly, much of the city itself deteriorated and the city lost 21% of its population between 1970 and 1990.

In 1996 Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympics, for which new facilities and infrastructure were built. Hometown airline Delta continued to grow, and by 1998-9, Atlanta's airport was the busiest in the world. Since the mid-90s,gentrification has given new life to many of the city's intown neighborhoods. The 2010 census showed blacks leaving the city, whites moving to the city, and a much more diverse metro area with heaviest growth in the exurbs at its outer edges.

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Intown Counties & Cities

FULTON
  Alpharetta
  Ansley Park
  Atlanta
  Atlantic Station
  Buckhead
  Cabbagetown
  Candler Park
  Castleberry Hill
  Chattahoochee Hills
  College Park
  Downtown
  Druid Hills
  East Point
  Fairburn
  Grant Park
  Hapeville
  Inman Park
  Johns Creek
  Little Five Points
  Midtown
  Milton
  Mountain Park
  Old Fourth Ward
  Palmetto
  Poncey-Highland
  Roswell
  Sandy Springs
  Union City
  Virginia-Highland


North Counties & Cities

CHEROKEE
  Ball Ground
  Canton
  Holly Springs
  Waleska
  Woodstock

 FORSYTH
  Cumming

 GILMER
  East Ellijay
  Ellijay


Northwest Counties & Cities

BARTOW
  Adairsville
  Cartersville
  Emerson
  Euharlee
  Kingston
  Taylorsville
  White

 COBB
  Acworth
  Austell
  Kennesaw
  Marietta
  Powder Springs
  Smyrna

 PAULDING
  Braswell
  Dallas
  Hiram




Metro Atlanta Neighborhood

Metro Atlanta is broadly defined by the terms ITP (Inside The 285 Perimeter beltway) and OTP (Outside The 285 Perimeter beltway). ITP can be segmented by our freeway system into 6 areas: NE (north of I-20 and east of the 75/85 Connector); NW (north of I-20 and west of the 75/85 Connector); SE (south of I-20 and east of the Connector); SW (south of I-20 and west of the Connector), the Buckhead Neighborhoods (north of the 75/85 Connector split, between the two freeways and south of the 285 beltway); and, finally Downtown around which it all circles.
However, with the recent completion of Eastside Trail section of the Atlanta Beltline and proposed completion of the entire circuit, Atlanta's intown neighborhoods are coming together more than ever. Our Atlanta neighborhoods map, displays all the neighborhoods within the beltline as well as some of the most sought after intown (ITP) neighborhoods.

Cities in Atlanta













Northeast Counties & Cities

DEKALB
  Avondale Estates
  Brookhaven
  Candler Park
  Chamblee
  Clarkston
  Decatur
  Doraville
  Dunwoody
  East Atlanta
  Edgewood
  Kirkwood
  Lithonia
  Pine Lake
  Stone Mountain

 GWINNETT
  Auburn
  Berkeley Lake
  Buford
  Dacula
  Duluth
  Grayson
  Lawrenceville
  Lilburn
  Loganville
  Norcross
  Peachtree Corners
  Snellville
  Sugar Hill
  Suwanee

HALL
  Clermont
  Flowery Branch
  Gainesville
  Lula
  Oakwood

WALTON
  Loganville
  Monroe
  Social Circle

South Counties & Cities

CLAYTON
  Forest Park
  Jonesboro
  Lake City
  Lovejoy
  Morrow
  Riverdale

 DOUGLAS
  Douglasville

 FAYETTE
  Brooks
  Fayetteville
  Peachtree City
  Tyrone
  Woolsey

 HENRY
  Hampton
  Locust Grove
  McDonough
  Stockbridge

ROCKDALE
  Conyers 


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