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The total driving distance from Nashville, TN to Atlanta, GA is 250 miles or 402 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Nashville, Tennessee. It ends in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Atlanta GA is home to CNN, one of the world’s most famous cable news network. The World of Coca Cola is located in downtown Atlanta. The city has so much to offer to visitors of all ages and interests.
You must stop by at The World of Coca Cola because you can try over 60 different soft drinks from around the world including Peru’s favorite soft drink, Inca Kola. Every guest is given a free bottle of Coca-Cola at the end of the tour.
Across from The World of Coca Cola is the Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia Aquarium. Check out the Fountain of the Rings at the Park (not on in winter) and Dolphin Show at the Aquarium.
We suggest getting an Atlanta City Pass if you want to save money on visiting Atlanta’s attractions like The World of Coca Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Inside CNN Studio Tour and you can skip ticket lines.
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