Nashville holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£402|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£413|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£538|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£630|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£347|
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Located in Tennessee, Nashville is a thriving cultural centre with a diverse history, known internationally as the "Country Music Capital of the World", Nashville holidays offer a vibrant atmosphere and a whole host of exciting activites for all the family to enjoy together.
Nashville Holidays: Getting Around
Nashville is serviced by Nashville International Airport. It is easy to get from the airport to the downtown area via taxi or local bus service. Visitors may find it easier to hire a car whilst in Nashville, as this is a great way to get around the city at their own leisure. Tennessee has hot, humid summers, so visiting in late spring means warm weather without an uncomfortable climate. The time zone is GMT-5.
Nashville Holidays: Where to start?
One of the first things visitors notice in downtown Nashville is the landmark AT&T Building. Built in 1994, it is the tallest building in Tennessee and can be seen from miles around. It's nicknamed "The Batman Building" because of its two spires. Another important landmark is Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge. Over a century old, this striking bridge provides a breathtaking view of the Nashville skyline and harbour area. Be sure to visit Printer's Alley, traditionally Nashville's centre for publishing houses in the 19th Century, and today home to many bustling bars and restaurants.
No visit to Nashville would be complete without heading to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Telling the story of the Nashville Country Music scene, a visit also includes a fascinating tour of the RCA Studios, where many famous Country hits have been recorded. Unwind in Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, a sprawling state park in front of the state capital building. With huge water fountains and monuments that depict the story of the state, the park is a must-see when visiting Nashville.