Why CityPass is your best travel deal

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A few weeks ago my family traveled to Atlanta, Georgia.  A city I went to years ago, but I couldn’t remember much about my previous visit, except that I loved it.

Like all good trips, I began the process with some research.  What was there, what would be of interest for my almost 3 year old twin boys?  Where should we stay? Where would we eat?

Like any big city, Atlanta is packed with amazing restaurants, hotels, and attractions. I began to compile a list of all the places we wanted to go.  The Georgia Aquarium, The World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta Zoo, CNN Studio Tour, and the Museum of Natural History.

I started looking at each attraction and the cost for entrance.  The good news was that our boys were still free (since they were under 3) but to go to all 5 attractions for my husband and I would be

Then, I looked into the Atlanta CityPass.  Thank goodness I did!

It truly is the best deal.  5 attractions for only $74 per adult ($54 for a child) – a savings of 42%

The City Pass comes with easily scanned tickets, a map of where the locations are and all the information you would need for the attraction (hours, location and public transportation info).

We loved the attractions we saw and can’t wait to go back to Atlanta. But most of all, we know that when we travel to any city where there is a City Pass available – we will be buying one for sure!

City Pass is also available in the following cities:

Boston

Chicago

Hollywood

Houston

New York

Philadelphia

San Francisco

Seattle

Southern California

Toronto

Have you ever used a City Pass?  What did you think?

Kerrie blogs at Family Food and Travel.  She is a mom of twin boys (born March 2010) who she often refers to as the ‘twinado’.  Kerrie loves, writing, travel, photography, and fabulous food.  Prior to kids, Kerrie was an avid reader and scrapbooker and hopes to one day return to those activities.  Kerrie once considered herself successful, that was until she attempted toilet training twins.

Comments

  1. Debbie Bashford says

    Did use them when we were in Europe, saved a lot of money on rentals and gas by travelling this way.

  2. candacederickx says

    We used it in New York and loved it! It was a great deal.
    My recent post Good Eats Friday

  3. Victoria Ess says

    I used it in Chicago and New York. It's definitely been a good option, especially as it encourages you to get out and see attractions you might otherwise skip.

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