Resources for planners

Planner’s guide

The Planner’s Guide is the official reference guide for planning successful meetings in Atlanta. Order your complimentary copy, or view online.

The Planner’s Guide is the official tour planner of Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, and is distributed to tour operators, motorcoach operators and travel agents both domestically and internationally. It includes sample itineraries, unique facts, important travel information and more about Atlanta’s robust visitor offerings, assisting with group travel from start to finish. Plan to include Atlanta as part of your next group travel tour. 

Order the Planner’s Guide here.

Discover ATL app

Learn about Atlanta’s hottest events, get access to special offers and win free prizes. Download the app to explore what Atlanta has to offer.

Downtown Atlanta walkability map

Here in Atlanta, our compact convention and entertainment district is at the center of it all. Hotels, meeting spaces, dining and attractions are all within walking distance of each other.

Download walking map of downtown [PDF].

America’s most accessible city

Here in Atlanta, the world’s most traveled airport is two hours from more than 80 percent of the country’s population and provides direct, non-stop access from more than 150 U.S. cities and 75 international destinations from six continents. Once you land in Atlanta, you’re less than 20 minutes from the heart of the city and everything Atlanta has to offer, with easy public transportation on MARTA or taxis, limos and shuttles. 

Direct, non-stop domestic flights

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport is the world’s busiest airport  and makes Atlanta the most accessible city in the US. Daily non-stop flights to and from every major city in the world make commuting to Atlanta a breeze.

International non-stop destinations

While ATL is perceived as a busy domestic airport, we have significant lift from international destinations on six continents. Our Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal houses 12 gates dedicated to international travel and makes for an even easier international passenger experience when flying in and out of Atlanta.

Hub of the Southeast

Atlanta has long been heralded as the Hub of the Southeast. As the region’s geographic center, not only is Atlanta easily accessible for flights, but also for drivers. This convenience makes us very appealing to the drive-in feeder markets. Atlanta is as close to Ohio as it is to Florida, and requires the same travel time from St. Louis as from Washington, D.C. Atlanta is better positioned geographically and demographically than competing regional markets. Atlanta is your top choice for accessibility, no matter how you choose to travel.

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