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It doesn't matter if you're visiting Atlanta on a business trip or holiday, you'll enjoy plenty of things to do in your free time. Getting around Atlanta is challenging because there's so much space, so you'll want to pick up a rental car. It is easy to get the keys from one of the many rental agencies at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL).
Atlanta has several major interstates around the city. Both Interstates 75 and 85 run from north to south, and Interstate 20 makes its way east to west. If you're a sports lover, a Braves game at Turner Field is a great way to spend an evening, or catch the Atlanta Falcons playing at the Georgia Dome.
At CNN center, your tour includes watching a live news broadcast and the chance to read the news yourself. The Fernbank Museum of Natural Science has several wonderful exhibits along with an IMAX theater. The museum also features a variety of temporary exhibits to explore.
Your flight from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Atlanta should take right around five hours. You'll be arriving at one of the busiest airports in the world with large crowds, many airlines, and scores of connecting flights. The airport is well marked and the underground train system will take you to baggage claim.