Moving from Cleveland, OH to Atlanta, GA

Moving from Cleveland, OH to Atlanta, GA

Southern hospitality abounds when you move from the largest metropolitan area in Ohio to the center of the Atlanta Metropolitan. While Cleveland is the second largest city in Ohio, Atlanta is the largest city in Georgia. Atlanta’s economic character is defined by the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies, including the headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company, Turner Broadcasting, AT&T Mobility, The Home Depot, Delta Airlines, and UPS. Atlanta is very ethnically diverse, and the city is a major center for the arts and film and TV production.

What you can expect from a move from Cleveland to Atlanta:

711 miles separates Cleveland from Atlanta. During the 11.5 hours on the road, consider stopping Columbus, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Lexington, KY, and Knoxville, TN, to stretch your legs or take in some site-seeing fun.

The weather in Atlanta

Cleveland and Atlanta both have hot, humid summers, though winters in Atlanta are milder. Cleveland is classified as humid continental, while Atlanta is humid subtropical, so be prepared for Atlanta summer highs to reach into the lower 90s.

Getting around in Atlanta

Getting around Atlanta is quick and convenient when you utilize 47 miles of rail, 91 bus transit routes, a network of freeways, 45 miles of bike paths, 1600 licensed taxis, or the eighth busiest subway system in the country (MARTA).

Getting an education in Atlanta

Atlanta Public Schools has 54,956 students. The district includes 100 schools: 59 elementary schools (+3 year-round schools), 16 middle schools, 10 high schools, as well as seven charter schools, two alternative schools, two community schools, and an adult learning center. 21 universities and colleges are also available to Atlanta residents, including Clark Atlanta University, Mercer University, Georgia State University, and the Art Institute of Atlanta.

Dining & Entertainment in Atlanta

Sundial Restaurant Bar & View, Agave Restaurant, Six Feet Under Pub & Fish House, and Mary Mac’s Tea Room are all excellent dining establishments according to Atlanta locals. Explore the Masquerade, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Aaron’s Amphitheater, or the East Atlanta Restaurant & Lounge for entertainment options.

Welcome to Atlanta, a.k.a “Gate City”!

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