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Welcome to Midtown. Before you start exploring, it's wise to learn a few facts about where you're going. So flatten out your map, grab a pen and listen up.
Throw your bags in the back seat, turn on the engine and get set to venture out of Midtown. With a population of 420,000, there are lots of fascinating people for you to meet in Atlanta.
If your trip to Midtown is all organized but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.
You'll find a selection of sights within easy reach of this neighborhood, such as Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Margaret Mitchell House and Museum and Palmer House Apartments are a couple of other close-by sights that draw a great many travelers like yourself.
Downtown Atlanta and Atlanta are well worth checking out while you're here. Downtown Atlanta is about 2 miles away, while Atlanta is 3 miles.
Rental cars are a wonderful option for professionals who travel all the time. If your time in Midtown is primarily for business-related reasons, you should know where the best business and convention centers are located. These are just some of the top ones:
The open road is calling, and Midtown is a superb base to kick-start your journey. Located 5 miles from the city center, the first thing you'll need is the key to one of our impressive rental vehicles. An SUV will take you around Atlanta in true comfort and style — or you might want to get off the beaten track and discover hidden gems with a sturdy four-wheel drive. If you want to easily zip around the city, we'd suggest going with an economy car. They might not be as roomy, but they'll be a dream at squeezing into those tight parking lots.
There's more than enough choice when it comes to rental cars in Midtown. From SUVs with trunk space galore to economy rides that are a snap to park, you'll find it all here. Choosing your ride depends on how much you'd like to spend and what activities you plan on doing. There are some road trips that are just begging you to splurge on your dream ride, whereas other adventures don't need more than a bargain, no-frills type model. Which will it be this time?