|Origin Airport IATA Code||ATL|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||MKE|
Take one of the many flights from Atlanta to Milwaukee and leave the heat and humidity of the South behind to spend some time on the shores of Milwaukee Bay. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you’ll want to come back to Milwaukee year after year. To get started on your trip to the Midwest, visit Orbitz.com to find some of the most affordable rates on flights, hotel rooms, and rental cars.
The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (6000 North Terminal Parkway, Atlanta) is located just eleven miles south of the downtown area. Traffic during rush hour can slow the traffic to a crawl, however, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time. The MARTA is one of the easiest and quickest ways to get to the airport. For a $2.50 fare, you can take the red or yellow line right to Hartsfield. If you’re carrying a lot of luggage, you might want to consider taking a cab or driving yourself to the airport. Expect to pay a cab fare of roughly $30 from the downtown area or $40 from Buckhead. If you plan to drive yourself, you’ll find plenty of parking options. The most affordable option is the Airport Park Ride (404-530-6725), which offers on-site parking for just $9 per day. Short-term, long-term, economy, and reserved parking will cost you anywhere from $12 to $36 per day.
General Mitchell International Airport (5300 South Howell Avenue, Milwaukee) is located less than nine miles south of the city with easy access via WI-794. If you’re visiting in the winter, be sure to pack a parka and other cold-weather gear, as temperatures often dip into the teens. Summer is warm, with temperatures that can soar as high as 80°F. To avoid the summer crowds but still have access to warm, sunny weather, plan to visit the area in May or September. While you’re there, make some time to enjoy all of the water activities that take place on the bay. You might also enjoy spending time at the Harley-Davidson Museum, the Potawatomi Bingo Casino, the Milwaukee Theater, or the Miller Brewery. If you’re traveling during the summer months, be sure to attend Summerfest, the city’s largest annual event.
Milwaukee offers a taste of Midwestern life with plenty to do for urban explorers and outdoor adventurers. When you’re ready to start your travel planning, remember to visit Orbitz.com. You’ll have your choice of flights from Atlanta to Milwaukee and can even book your hotel room and reserve a rental car in one simple interface.
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