“Centennial Olympic Park has matured, evolved and grown into a marquee venue, the Georgia World Congress Center has more space indoors for activities with the addition of Building C, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport has added a new runway since 2000 and there are thousands of more hotel rooms within the central part of the event’s hosting district,” Corso said. “The College Football Hall of Fame, the World of Coke, the Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Georgia Aquarium are all downtown. All of this combined will create an incredible fan experience for those coming into town for the days leading into the game.”
Atlanta Sports Council President Dan Corso
Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Transportation
So getting to Atlanta is a snap. Once here, it's time to explore Atlanta's neighborhoods and have some fun. There are many ways to navigate Atlanta, including public transportation, taxis, car services and the good old-fashioned method of driving. No matter how you choose to see the sights, there’s a quick and easy way to find the right Peachtree Street. Atlanta does have a few of those, after all.
MARTA – Public Transit
MARTA is Atlanta’s rapid transit rail system. It carries passengers from the airport up to Buckhead and beyond, and east and west through Atlanta’s neighborhoods. Get the scoop on where it will take you here.
Atlanta’s newest means of transportation, the Atlanta Streetcar operates on a 2.7 mile loop from the convention and entertainment district to the Sweet Auburn area. Hop on here Super Bowl 2019 Fans!
Shuttles & Limo Services
If you are looking for a quick, easy and elegant way to get around Atlanta during Super Bowl 2019, try a shuttle or limo service. These safe, courteous drivers will get you to and from with no hassle. Call our Super Bowl Atlanta VIP Concierge Team to book a shuttle or limo today.
Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Hotels
Whether you are looking for accommodation near the tourist sites of Downtown Atlanta or prefer to stay close to the shopping near the Perimeter Center, our guide offers something no matter what kind of traveller you may be.
Towering office complexes mark the heart of Downtown Atlanta. Located at the intersection of the I-75 and I-20 expressways, this is the city’s business center, its sidewalks crowded with business suits and shaded by high-rise hotels and condominiums. But Downtown is also where to find some of Atlanta’s most popular tourist attractions – the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola and Centennial Olympic Park. Atlanta’s subway system intersects beneath this neighborhood, making it easy to travel to points throughout the city. Immediately to the north is Midtown, while southeast of Downtown is the Sweet Auburn neighborhood.
Immediately north of Downtown, Midtown is home to many of Atlanta’s most important cultural institutions: the High Museum of Art, the Margaret Mitchell House and Piedmont Park. Midtown is also known for its nightlife. In the rooftop bars along Crescent Avenue and Peachtree Street you can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of nighttime Downtown and catch a cooling breeze at the same time. East of Midtown is trendy Virginia Highland and bohemian Little Five Points.
North of Midtown but within the I-285 expressway, Buckhead is where to stay in Atlanta if fashionable shopping and trendy restaurants suit you. Stylish department stores and hip boutiques fill their windows with the latest clothing and artwork along Peachtree Street, while outdoor cafés offer ample opportunity to rest tired feet. You’ll also find upscale dining and shopping at Lennox Square and Phipps Plaza. Buckhead lies on the subway line, an easy ride away from attractions in the city center.
”The Perimeter” refers to the northern reaches of the I-285 expressway that rings Atlanta. Located north of Buckhead and near the suburb of Sandy Springs, Perimeter Center’s chief tourist attraction is the massive, moderately-priced Perimeter Mall. Other sites, like the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and the international dining scene on Buford Highway, are within an easy drive along I-285. Atlanta’s subway system has two stations near Perimeter Center, one at the Perimeter Mall.
Set on the northwestern edge of Atlanta, Marietta has a quiet, residential character. Yet its proximity to major Atlanta expressways, I-75 and I-285, means travelers are never more than a short drive from the city’s central attractions. There’s plenty of watery fun near Marietta. Spend a day canoeing the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, or opt for a wild, wet time at Six Flags White Water amusement park. Marietta is also home to the beautifully manicured City Club Marietta golf course.
Many NFL sponsored events will be taking place in downtown Atlanta and many hotel options will be close by. Visit our our Super Bowl LIII Hotels Page you’ll be sure to find many great Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Lodging options or in any one of the surrounding suburbs!
Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Dining
Oh boy, you’re in for a treat! Filled with creative concepts, Atlanta dining offers something to tickle the taste buds of even the most fickle foodie. Discover a new Atlanta dining favorite waiting around every corner. Enjoy a taste of can’t-miss American-style cuisine or traditional Southern fare and succulent steakhouses worth writing home about.
In the mood for something specific or just want to explore the hottest restaurants in Atlanta? Search Atlanta restaurants by cuisine or by neighborhood to discover some of the city's hidden treasures.
When you’re in town for Super Bowl LIII you surely won’t be walking around on an empty stomach!
Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Shopping
From boutiques to art galleries, antiques and outlet centers, Atlanta shopping is everywhere. Venture into Buckhead for luxurious Atlanta shopping with upscale malls such as Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza that feature top brands.
Discover the hottest boutiques in neighborhood shopping districts, from Midtown and Virginia Highland to funky vintage finds in Little Five Points. In the market for home goods? Don't miss the design district in Atlanta's Westside.
Explore our list featuring some of the best shopping in Atlanta.
Super Bowl 2019 Atlana Nightlife
When the sun sets, Atlanta nightlife starts heating up! Explore our official Atlanta nightlife and entertainment guide and discover the best of the best when it comes to Atlanta lounges and nightclubs, bars and live music venues.
Consider Atlanta nightlife the ultimate melting pot of fun. Many visitors' journeys begin in Downtown Atlanta, where there's always something going on. Or choose between the laid-back vibes of Virginia Highland, the chic style in Buckhead or a trendy scene in Midtown. No matter what style of nightlife you're craving, you're sure to find it in Atlanta!
Super Bowl 2019 Atlanta Experience
No matter your tastes, you’ll be sure to have an unforgettable experience at Super Bowl LIII Between the outdoor activities & charm of Atlanta, the fun of the Mall of America, or trying to stargaze outside an exclusive Super Bowl Celebrity Party, you’ll find something to your liking! Be sure to hit up our VIP Super Bowl Concierge Team to make the most of your weekend at Super Bowl LIII.