Population: 31,873
TransportationThings To DoTrafficMore...
More Topics...

Living in Duluth, Georgia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

four local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Duluth, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Duluth what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

Share Tips and Advice about Duluth

4 comments on “Duluth”

I am from Duluth, Georgia, a town in the suburbs. Duluth is just 45 minutes from the capital where there are plenty of things to do. However, to get around Duluth, you will need your own car as there are no Ubers nor public transportation. The town itself is safe and the people are nice, so you do not have to worry about theft or armed robberies in this area.

It’s about 20-25 minutes from Atlanta, so you’ll get there easily, but you will need a car. Atlanta is a large city, with a lot of traffic, but it can be fun. It can also be boring sometimes when there is nothing different going on in the city, such as events, shows, festivals, etc. The parks are beautiful and it’s a green city, so it’s one of the main activities.

Patricia, says: 2020

This city is close to Atlanta. Since there is a lot of traffic, I recommend moving to a house that would be close to the main highway, which is I-85, so they can get on it quickly instead of having to go through local traffic from the city streets.

Hannah, says: 2020

Anyone moving to Duluth should know it is rapidly developing. Not only are new neighborhoods being built, but newer restaurants are coming to this city as well. It has a good mix of different races and ethnic groups, allowing for a good cultural experience when visiting. For example, there are Asian restaurants where you can get bubble tea, which is a drink containing any kind of tea but most importantly, is accompanied with tapioca pearls and drank out of a wide straw, allowing you to experience and enjoy Taiwanese culture.

Pamela, says: 2020

Comments are closed.

Names of respondents may have been changed.

See other cities and towns in Georgia.