Comfort Suites Gwinnett Mall

3700 Shackleford Road, I-85 N & Pleasant Hill Rd., Duluth, Georgia, 30096, United States
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Atlanta to Peachtree city

by uakari

Howdy folks, I'm looking for some info. I'm traveling from the UK to Atlanta, I need to get from Atlanta to Peachtree city.

I can't see if there is a bus service or a train there. So I presume it will have to be a taxi, does anyone know roughly how much a taxi would cost from atlanta roughly airport area to peachtree city.

Much appreciated

Re: Atlanta to Peachtree city

by TexasDave

Peeachtree City is about (just a rough guess) 40 miles South from the airport. You would have to do it either by rental car or taxi. The taxi fare would be around $70 to 80, one way.

Re: Atlanta to Peachtree city

by TexasDave

I had time to double check since I was wondering myself just how far Ptree City was from the Airport. It turns out it's closer than I thought, only about 25 miles. So taxi fare would obviously be less as well, in the vicinity of $60 as a rough estimate.

Re: Atlanta to Peachtree city

by balfor

Peachtree City is not that easy to get to from Atlanta. There aren't any direct major thoroughfares to get there, and the transit system used in the Atlanta Metro area is not going to go to Peachtree city.

It would probably be best to rent a car as I would imagine that it would be cheaper than a taxi and would give you the freedom to move when you want to.

Travel Tips for Atlanta

When visiting Atlanta I would...

by tim123

When visiting Atlanta I would suggest taking a day to visit the attractions in downtown Atlanta. My favorite attraction is the CNN Center (probably just because I like to watch the news). A pleasant surprise was the Coca-Cola Museum, where you can taste different Coke products from around the World (fitting for a traveler). Also, make sure to visit Underground Atlanta, a multileveled shopping center which was converted from several levels of train trestles which had been built (in the 19th century) over the streets below.

Packing List

by JrSkymonkey

It can be hot as Haites in the summer here. Especially in August. The humidity is as high as anywhere on the planet. In the winter you never can tell. May be 65F and sunny one day and 25F and snowing the next??? There are 24 HR everything around the city and Grady Memorial Hospital has one of the finest trauma centers in the world thanks to it's proximity to some of the not so nice neighborhoods.

Zoo Atlanta: If you've got...

by Lawdawg

Zoo Atlanta: If you've got kids (or are a kid at heart) this is a good visit. A great zoo with a pair of attractions. Their names are Lun-Lun and Yang Yang - Giant Pandas. Also on view is Slasher the Komodo dragon. The zoo is located next to the Cyclorama (see my must see suggestion). For more information click:

PEACHTREE ROAD !!!! This place...

by gsroman

PEACHTREE ROAD !!!! This place is great if you want to have fun and meet people from all over Atlanta, and of course, all over the world, since Atlanta is an international city. You can go to Mako's, Living Room, there are a lot of bars and discos!! Casual. Do not wear shorts or t-shirts.

dont be a sucker

by bryINpoland

WARNING: this tip is boring, but very useful

unfortunatly i know a little about the transportation situation at the hartsfield internatinal airport. i lived in atlanta (dont ask why) for almost two years and for money to travel i found a job as a shuttle driver for a downtown hotel. not only did i take our hotel guest all around the city, but i made thousands of trips to the airport to pick-up arriving guest.

if u are flying into atlanta and staying in atlanta, theres some things u should know. first is that u are going to want to fallow the signs from the baggage claim to "ground transportation". when u come out the terminal doors u are going to first see the rental shuttles, and taxis. taxis in atlanta have a flat rate anywhere into atlanta for 20 dollars. dont pay a penny more.

after the taxi and rentals car shuttles, u will find the "downtown shuttles". this is where u really have to watch out. these guys will tell u anything to get u to ride with them. the average cost is 14 dollars to downtown atlanta, but make sure they tell u that before u get into the shuttle. these shuttles are cheaper then the taxis and sometimes the best way to go.

after the shuttle bus row, is the hotel shuttle buses. u should always check before taking a taxi or downtown shuttle, if your hotel has airport pick-up. in the hotel shuttle row u will find courtesy phones with all the hotels that pick-up from the airport. do not let the downtown shuttle guys tell u that your hotel doesnt pick-up at the airport, check for yourself. if the hotel does pick up its always free.

the cheapest way to get to downtown is by marta. it cost 1.75 and takes about 30 minutes. this isnt door to door service though and if u have a lot of bags this may not be the way to go.

make sure u research where u are going before u arrive in atlanta and call your hotel and ask the best way to get to them, it can save u some money

* please feel free to rate this tip, and any other of my travel tips, i am always looking to improve the quality of my homepage


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Address: 3700 Shackleford Road, I-85 N & Pleasant Hill Rd., Duluth, Georgia, 30096, United States