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Our Atlanta vacation rentals place guests near exciting attractions and things to do. iTrip Vacations Atlanta manages vacation rentals in Buckhead, Chastain Park, Decatur, Dunwoody, East Atlanta, Edgewood, Inman Park, Kirkwood, Midtown, Morningside, Piedmont Park, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Vinings and West End. As Georgia's state capital, it's no surprise Atlanta offers big-city amenities paired with history, friendly vibes, and activities for all interests and lifestyles.
Active types feel at home here, as the city features four seasons of adventure, indoor and outdoor recreation, and a lively sports scene. Explore via bike or Segway, or escape to natural attractions such as Atlanta Beltline, which has trails, parks and public art. Other outdoorsy sites include Zoo Atlanta, Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Centennial Olympic Park, Stone Mountain Park and Legoland Discovery Center. Our guests also enjoy hiking, playing golf and sightseeing.
Sports fans have dozens of options. The city houses several venues that weclome the country's most popular sports. Examples include the Falcons (NFL), Braves (MLB), Hawks (NBA), Atlanta United FC (MSL), as well as collegiate sports. Atlanta also hosts SEC Chick-fil-A Kickoff Games, Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl, Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and NCAA March Madness games.
Those interested in learning about the area can tour with locals or on their own. Guided tours provide a way to sample a little of everything, or select a few sites to visit. Options include Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta History Center, CNN, World of Coca-Cola Museum, College Football Hall of Fame, and High Museum of Art. There is also a large collection of specialty museums, churches and art galleries.
Our Atlanta vacation rentals also offer easy access to live performances and nightlife. With year-round concerts and festivals, visitors see big names in music and entertainment. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center hosts large-scale events, while iconic Fox Theatre showcases live music, Broadway plays, comedy and TV shows. The city also features performance arts through opera, ballet and puppetry. In addition, night owls will find dozens of bars, clubs and neighborhood dives.
While visiting, don't miss the annual festivals because this city knows how to throw a party. Spring and summer bring Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Shaky Knees and Shaky Beats music fests, Atlanta Jazz Festival and foodie events. During cooler months, don't miss Dragon Con, a New Year's Peach Drop, more music and food, football bowl games, and lots of local culture.
When not celebrating with loved ones, head to Atlanta's top restaurants. Some are so good they helped the city rank on Southern Living's South's best food cities list. From farm-to-table to international flair, Atlanta's food scene offers diversity paired with local flair. Barbecue remains a top pick, but other must-eats include burgers, fried chicken and comfort food – and don't forget the signature sweet tea. In addition, Atlanta has a growing craft beer scene and famous restaurants featured in movies such as The Blind Side.
If this isn't reason enough to vacation in Atlanta, check out the shopping scene. From antiques to upscale designers, Atlanta offers retail therapy for everyone. Lenox Square Mall, The Shops of Buckhead, and Phipps Plaza feature designer brands and hundreds of stores. Or explore Atlanta's shopping districts, which house interesting boutiques and locally owned treats. Examples include Virginia Highlands, Ponce City Market, Little Five Points and Atlantic Station.
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Vacation rentals in Marietta and Alpharetta, Georgia, provide the ideal location for those who want to stay near Atlanta but away from the crowds and urban center. iTrip Vacations Marietta-Alpharetta manages rental homes in Marietta, Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Woodstock, Lake Lanier, Lake Allatoona, Acworth and Flowery Branch. This means guests enjoy the best of both worlds: peaceful outdoor escapes and big-city attractions.
Marietta is located north of Atlanta near Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield and Park. This former Civil War site provides a place for hiking and bird-watching. For a beach day, head an hour west to Lake Lanier, the perfect place for sunbathing, boating, horseback riding and ziplining. Lanier Beach Park, Cauble Park and Mary Alice Beach Park all provide sandy beaches and picnic facilities. If the kids prefer a water park, visit Margaritaville at Lanier Islands Water Park.
Those who prefer to stay close to their rental home can enjoy canoeing, kayaking and rafting on the Chattahoochee River. Other outdoor activities include mountain biking, picnicking and playing at area parks. Six Flags Over Georgia features amusement park rides, or amp up the water park action at Six Flags White Water.
In addition to outdoor fun, Marietta-Alpharetta has a rich arts and culture scene. To get a glimpse into local life, head to the museums. Marietta Museum of History and Gone With the Wind Museum at Brumby Hall focus on Southern culture and history. For art exhibits, head to Zuckerman Museum of Art and Marietta Cobb Museum. In addition to museums, the area has theaters and live performance venues, including Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, and Cobb Civic Center and Earl Smith Strand Theater in Marietta.
Those who book a vacation rental in Marietta or Alpharetta also enjoy proximity to two thriving downtowns. In downtown Marietta, visitors will find Marietta Square. This historic town features Glover Park, retailers, more than 30 restaurants and family-friendly attractions. Downtown Alpharetta offers a mixed-use development consisting of more than 200 restaurants, green space, breweries, boutiques, music venues and Top Golf. In addition, more than 250 shops are located within a 5-mile radius.
Sports are another big draw. Golfers can play beautiful courses such as Country Club of the South, Atlanta National Golf Club, Marietta Country Club and River Pines Golf Course. Marietta Indoor Sports provides an indoor soccer and baseball facility. For race fans, Andretti Speed zone is a must. Visitors also enjoy Marietta College and youth sporting events. Additionally, the Atlanta sports scene attracts large crowds. Here visitors can cheer for professional teams in baseball, basketball, football, tennis, soccer, golf and motor sports.
Marietta and Alpharetta also welcome guests and locals to celebrate the area through festivals. Taste of Marietta showcases area restaurants, chefs and food. Chalktoberfest features more than 100 artists who create murals around town. For a more personal experience, take the Marietta Pilgrimage Home Tour and admire iconic homes. In Alpharetta, visitors can attend Taste of Alpharetta, Arts Streetfest, and Wire and Wood Songwriters Festivals.
To plan more exciting things to do, our guests can stay about 20 minutes from Atlanta. In this urban destination, visitors have access to such attractions as Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, historic homes, museums, film locations and Stone Mountain.
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Plan a Savannah vacation and experience Southern charm and excitement in this award-winning city! iTrip Vacations has rentals in Savannah and nearby Tybee Island, two coastal destinations in Georgia.
With a rich history and abundant activities, Savannah has earned top honors from travel experts around the world. Accolades include America’s Favorite Cities and a top 10 World’s Best Cities by Travel + Leisure, top 10 Friendliest Cities in the World by Conde Nast, and a top 10 Romantic Getaway in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report.
Our Savannah visitors enjoy the city's history as well as modern amenities and family-friendly things to do. Start by exploring Savannah historic district. This area features cobblestone streets, gardens, Spanish moss and buildings that transport guests to a different time. While walking through this 20-block area, admire museums, churches, mansions, and forts dating from Revolutionary and Civil War times. One popular way to see the area is booking a sightseeing or historic tour, which the whole family will find fun and educational.
Families who book a Savannah vacation rental also have proximity to several attractions. Younger children have a blast at Savannah's Children's Museum, a two-story outdoor play area located in the Central Georgia Railroad Station. Located adjacent to the museum, stop by Georgia State Railroad Museum where guests can see real-life rail cars. Other must-see attractions in Savannah include Old Fort Jackson, Fort Pulaski, Oatland Wildlife Center and Forsyth Park. Located south of the historic district, Forsyth Park offers 30 acres of space for biking, walking, playing and picnicking.
Savannah also celebrates its culture through a vibrant arts scene and live entertainment. Visitors will find art galleries showcasing local, national and international artists. Telfair Museums – the oldest public art museum in the Southeast – features dozens of exhibits, and art lovers also enjoy browsing smaller galleries and shops located in the area.
Once you've learned about the city, head to the great outdoors. Our Savannah vacation rentals offer easy access to bicycle and Segway tours, riverboats, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and more. Outdoor lovers also find opportunities for golf, dolphin-watching and beach fun at South Beach located in nearby Tybee Island.
Your Southern getaway won't feel complete without sampling the local food scene. Hundreds of Savannah restaurants showcase cultural roots and traditions through creations by both local and world-renowned chefs. Whether craving barbecue, international or seafood, Savannah's dining scene beckons visitors to try it all. Top-rated restaurants include European-inspired cafes, American classics, Southern flavors and more.
Food fanatics can enhance their experience by taking cooking classes, food tours, visiting local breweries and attending festivals. Savannah hosts dozens of events year-round that showcase food, wine, different cultures, music and art. The city also offers a rich nightlife scene that includes haunted stops, pub crawls, live entertainment and other ways to celebrate with locals.
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Book your Tybee Island vacation rental and enjoy the best of the beach and world-class entertainment! iTrip Vacations has rentals in Tybee Island and nearby Savannah in Georgia.
Tybee Island – a barrier island situated on the Atlantic Coast – welcomes visitors to experience beach living, outdoor recreation, fun activities and plenty of attractions that delight the whole family.
Located only 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee Beach offers 5 miles of shoreline perfect for relaxing, sailing, fishing and dolphin-watching. Visitors also have access to four additional beaches that feature their own amenities and experiences. Bicycles are welcome – and encouraged – on the beaches, as they provide a great way to see the area and spend time with loved ones.
Your family will also find several boating and sightseeing tours that explore the open waters and provide hours of entertainment. Other outdoor activities in Tybee Island include kayaking, paddleboarding, surfing and one-hour guided beach walks hosted by Tybee Island Marine Center.
When not playing in the water, venture from your Tybee Island vacation rental and learn about history and culture. Top attractions include Fort Pulaski National Monument, which houses Cockspur Lighthouse, the smallest lighthouse in Georgia. Those willing to make the climb should visit Tybee Island Lighthouse Museum. This historic lighthouse offers an observation deck where visitors can see incredible views. After visiting the lighthouse, browse the museum and pick up souvenirs.
Our Tybee Island vacation rentals provide easy access to dozens of dining and shopping hot spots. Those who prefer to stay on the island will find more than 30 locally owned restaurants serving everything from American and Southern food to fresh seafood and exotic flavors. In addition to eclectic menus, visitors enjoy laid-back atmospheres where they can dig-in while admiring waterfront views.
Need some retail therapy? Tybee Island houses more than a dozen shops, small and large, perfect for a day out or picking up last-minute items. Our guests can't miss all the boutiques, art galleries and specialty shops located throughout the area.
While vacationing in Tybee Island, attend one of the area events that feature family-friendly fun, food and entertainment. Vacationers have several festivals from which to choose, including Mardi Gras, Third of July and winter holidays. In addition, check out upcoming concerts, food and wine festivals, charity events, and more that delight and unite the community.
Enhance your Tybee Island vacation experience and head to Savannah located north of the island. Savannah offers abundant arts and culture, activities, a rich food scene, and other fun events your family will love. Savannah has earned several travel accolades, including a spot on the top 10 World's Best Cities by Travel + Leisure.
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