Sometimes it's just nice to step back and appreciate it.
There are some Atlanta locations beloved by all, no matter which neighborhood we call home.
Tucked up next to Decatur, Avondale Estates has a personality all its own.
A recent addition to the Atlanta landscape, the BeltLine follows a disused railroad track turned park through some of of Atlanta's busiest neighborhoods.
A city in its own right, Buckhead has carved out a distinct identity for itself side-by-side with greater Atlanta.
This former mill town has maintained a strong identity for over hundred years.
Chamblee is one of Atlanta's fastest-growing neighborhoods, and boasts bustling new development mixed in with established neighborhoods and businesses.
The city of Decatur is older than the city of Atlanta, and offers beautiful bungalows and a bustling city square.
The bustling hub that the Atlanta metro area spirals out from has many of Atlanta's most popular public areas.
Several thriving neighborhoods merge seamlessly to form the greater community of East Atlanta.
Before there was East Atlanta, there was East Lake.
This historic neighborhood is home to beautiful Victorian houses, The Atlanta Zoo and the Cyclorama.
Famous for its elaborate Victorian houses, Inman Park's butterfly symbol can be found throughout the community.
Originally a "streetcar suburb" to Atlanta's bustle, today Kirkwood is famous for its beautiful Victorian and Craftsman-style houses.
There's nowhere else in Atlanta quite as free-wheeling as Little Five Points. Home of beloved stores like Junkman's Daughter and Criminal Records, and part of the East Atlanta boom.
Part of the greater Atlanta area, Marietta is a historic city in its own right. Locals take pride in navigating by The Big Chicken, a one-of-a-kind take on KFC.
Sandwiched between Downtown and Buckhead, Midtown has always been a haven for business and the arts. Piedmont Park is the jewel in Midtown's crown.
A corner of Decatur with its own distinct identity, Oakhurst is a community justly famous for its beautiful tree and homes.
Retaining a vintage political district designation, the Old Fourth Ward has been the epicenter for the revitalization of East Atlanta.
As Tucker has grown into the 21st century it has retained its vintage Main Street and old-time charm.
Virginia Highland is a highly walkable community with commercial districts connected by tree-lined residential streets.
This part of DeKalb County has defied being named for generations, but lately the area has become known as Vista Grove after a venerable shopping center in the area.
A former industrial neighborhood, Westside Midtown today is a booming commercial and residential district.
What could be more Southern than barbeque? Atlanta's many BBQ joints embrace the dish in many different forms.
Atlanta is a town that loves its music, which shows in the number and variety of music venues around town.
From formal public art to playful interactive sculptures to unofficial graffiti, Atlanta embraces art in many forms.