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The capital of the Peach State not only boasts a thriving cultural scene, abundant recreation, and diverse neighborhoods, it also offers plentiful well-paying jobs. It’s clear why the progressive and popular ATL appeals to everyone from young professionals to empty nesters – and why it’s the number-one moving destination in America.

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Whether you want to rest and revive or work up a sweat, you’ll find many opportunities to do so in ATL. Enjoy a picnic in Piedmont Park, then stroll the Atlanta Botanical Garden where Mother Nature’s beauty is accompanied by a number of fun events. Or, grab your bike and pedal the Atlanta BeltLine. When you need a break, relax by the lake at Historic Fourth Ward Park or let your kids cool off at its famed splash pad. Speaking of little ones, they’re sure to enjoy exploring Centennial Olympic Park or listening to live music at the Chastain Park Amphitheatre.

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Atlanta is divided into five major districts: Downtown, Eastside, Westside, Midtown, and Buckhead. Each offers a distinct vibe and plenty to do. From historic to hip, trendy to hoity, Atlanta’s diverse neighborhoods – and all they have to offer – are sure to impress.

Downtown is the city’s epicenter for business, but it’s also home to the world-famous Georgia Aquarium and the historic neighborhood of Castleberry Hill. Known for its burgeoning art scene and eclectic restaurants like No Mas! Cantina, Castleberry Hill is Downtown’s hidden gem.

Atlanta’s Eastside is funky and fun. It’s home to some of the city’s most talked-about bars and music venues – and the famed Atlanta Zoo. If you’re into fashion and food, head to Westside instead. From shopping in the neighborhood of Atlantic Station to dining at top Zagat-rated restaurants in West Midtown, you’ll find everything you need in this Atlanta district.

They say location is everything, and Midtown has got it! You’ll be within walking distance of annual events and festivals hosted at Piedmont Park, and just a short distance from a range of nightlife options. In Midtown you can take in a show at the High Museum of Art then dance until dawn at the Sutra Lounge, all in the same night.

Atlanta’s Buckhead district, on the other hand, is synonymous with the finer things in life. Here you’ll find stately mansions, decadent dining, and dozens of luxury shops at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza.

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Parks in Atlanta

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