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Atlanta- New Orleans- Chicago 6 Days Tour Fr Atlanta-AC6
Atlanta- New Orleans- Chicago 6 Days Tour Fr Atlanta-AC6


Departure Date: Wed,

Total Days:6-6 Days



Departure: WED (5/1,5/15,5/29,6/12,6/26,7/10,7/24,8/7,8/21,9/4,9/18,10/2)

Price list: 


1st & 2nd Passenger: 510 |   3rd and 4th Passenger:350  |   Single Occupancy:720   |   Share room :575


Windy City—Chicago, Gateway to the West—St. Louis, Land of Lincoln—Springfield, Home of the Blues—


Memphis, the Great American Pyramid, Paris of the South—New Orleans, Red Stick—Baton Rouge, Father of Waters—

Mississippi River, Grande Dame of the Great River Road—Oak Alley Plantation, exciting Airboat swamp Tours! CNN

Headquarter Building, Coca-Cola Co., KO



Itinerary map:




Day 1:Hometown—Atlanta


Meet our tour guide at the baggage claim area at Atlanta International Airport, and take the scheduled shuttle bus

to the hotel. Complimentary pick-up service is available between 9 AM and 9 PM.


Hotel: Fairfield Inn /Holiday Inn, or equivalent


Day 2 :Atlanta - Montgomery


Atlanta is the Capital city of the southeast, a city of the future with strong ties to its past. Die-hard Southerners

view Atlanta as the heart of the Old Confederacy, but Atlanta has become the best example of the New South,

a fast-paced modern city proud of its heritage. A good measure of this growth is the ever-changing downtown

skyline, along with skyscrapers constructed in numerous business districts. For almost 70 years, the only

beverage produced and sold by The Coca-Cola Company was the flagship Coca-Cola® invented in Atlanta in

1886. At the World of Coke, experience the fascinating history of the world's most famous soft drink in a dynamic

multimedia attraction featuring a fully-functioning bottling line that produces an 8 oz. glass bottle of Coca-Cola

for each and every guest. At the Taste It! Lounge you may sample over 60 different beverages from around the

world. Journey into the heart of CNN Worldwide and get an up-close, in-depth look at global news in the making.

The Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour takes you behind the scenes with the inventors of 24-hour news. Atlanta

Centennial Park is the remaining legacy of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. The 21-acre park was built to

celebrate the Olympics to Georgia as well as revitalize an area of town that had long been forgotten. Located in

the Heart of Downtown, Underground Atlanta is bustling as a perfect place for a lunch as well we enjoying daily

entertainment, fortune telling, homemade candy, and souvenir shopping. Just 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta

and home to the world's largest piece of exposed granite, this natural wonderland offers 3,200 acres of excitement

for every member of the family.


Hotel: Holiday Inn, Comfort Inn, or equivalent


Day 3: Montgomery - New Orleans(night tour)


Have you ever wanted to get up close and personal with an alligator? Cruise leisurely along the mysterious,

moss-draped bayous? See exotic flora and fauna found nowhere else in the country? You can do this by checking

out our swamp and wildlife tour on a riverboat. If you really want to know something about Southern history

and antebellum plantations, Oak Alley Plantation is a must-see, where the quarter-mile canopy of giant live oak

trees, believed to be nearly 300 years old, forms an impressive avenue leading to the classic Greek-revival style

antebellum home. In the evening, an optional night tour of New Orleans at only $25 per person can be a perfect

conclusion of the day.


Hotel: Holiday Inn, Comfort Inn, or equivalent


Day 4:New Orleans—Jackson


Intimate and unique, New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood has exerted a spell over writers and artists since the time

of Mark Twain, Lafcadio Hern and John James Audubon. French Quarter architecture is a mix of Spanish, French,

Creole and American styles. Not only is this is city’s cultural hub, but is a community where residents take time

to reminisce with neighbors about times gone by and to welcome visitors in the streets. Jackson Square has been

featured in numerous movies, live television network broadcasts, and the New Year's Eve celebration, which

earns its name for one of three bronze statues of Andrew Jackson located in the center of the square. Step onto


one of the world's most renowned streets overflowing with restaurants, clubs and history.


New Orleans is famous for its food – discover the most popular dishes, their history. Both New Orleans Steamboat

ride and the Hurricane Katrina site can remind you the coastal location of this beautiful city. As the largest city

in the state, Jackson, Mississippi, is an ideal place to sample a wide variety of the state's unique culture and

attractions. This historical center of business and government is also a cosmopolitan city with much to see.


Hotel: Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn, or equivalent


Day 5: Jackson —Memphis—St. Louis


Memphis, Tennessee is recognized as the home of Elvis Presley and as the birthplace of the blues. Did you

know that Elvis's home, Graceland, is the second most visited house in the country - behind the White House

in Washington, D.C.? But Graceland is only one of the many exciting sites and attractions that you will want to

see during your visit to Memphis. The Pyramid Arena in downtown Memphis has been a focal point on the city's

skyline since 1991, where the Great American Pyramid is 321 feet tall, or 32 stories -- the third largest pyramid in

the world.


Hotel: Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn, or equivalent


Day 6: St. Louis—Springfield— Chicago-Night Tour

Driving through the fertile framing land, arrive at the Union Station of St. Louis – one of its landmarks

showing the city’s glory—at lunch time. You will be amazed by the view on top of the Gateway Arch, a true

memorial for those pioneers expanding to the west. Mississippi River, which is as significant as Nile, Amazon

and Yangtze River to other civilizations, wanders right on the east side of the Arch. Take brief stops at the

Old Church and Courthouse. The Capitol of Illinois has been well known as the hometown of one of our

greatest presidents. Both Lincoln Home Historic Site and the Old Illinois State Capitol Building can bring you

some insights of this nation’s history. Cannot wait to see the Second City? Join our optional tour for only

$25 per person!





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