Depending on your mode of travel to Marietta, Georgia, you have several options for arrival. If you're flying, you'll likely be arriving at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport. The airport has two terminals that serve the major airlines and are accessible by Atlanta's rapid transit system, which has a station in Marietta on Canton Road. Marietta is only 15 miles from Atlanta, which makes transportation easy and relatively cost-effective.

Cobb Community Transit (CCT) is the name of the bus system that will take you to Marietta (and back) if your prefer. Whether coming or going, arrive early at the bus stop and wave to hail the driver. Click here for  convenient bus schedule information. MARTA, the Atlanta metro transit system, is a combined bus and rail transport system, which will connect you with transportation services to Marietta. If you're planning to arrive in Marietta by taxi, look at paying around $30 for the ride, with $1 charged for each additional person. From the airport to Cobb can run alomst $80, depending on where in Marietta you go. There is a surcharge for being picked up or dropped off at the airport. 

Another option is to take Marta from the airport to the Lindbergh Station and take a taxi from there to Marietta. Marta subways run on a fairly convenient schedule and have predictable travel times, unlike driving around metro Atlanta.

Another flight option is interstate flight travel, as the city of Marietta has its own community airport, the Kennestone Airport. If you're planning to rent a car while in Marietta, all the major car rental agencies are anxiously waiting to serve you.