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Nashville Guide

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Most commonly known as the Music City of the US, or the country-music capital of the world, Tennessee's fast-growing capital city Nashville, strives in education, and is today more appropriately referred to as the 'Athens of the South'. Nashville is considered as a vibrant city with may attractions for visitors to enjoy. A convenient way, considered popular by many tourists visiting Nashville, is to book car hire in Nashville. Book today and gain the freedom to explore this fabulous city. Avoid the hustle and bustle of tour groups and see the sights at your own leisurely pace.

Explore Nashville

On any given night of the week in The District, you can hear live music in two dozen clubs and bars, and not all of the music is country music. There are numerous jazz clubs, blues bars, alternative rock clubs, Irish pubs offering Celtic music, and 1970s retro discos. The popular Hard Rock Cafe is always full of people and has many kinds of rock memorabilia from around Nashville and the world.

Nashville also has its share of restaurants, stadiums and arenas, as well as many shopping outlets, but it is music that drives this city. However, Nashville attracts not only fans of country music, but just about anyone who enjoys a night on the town. With all the new developments taking place, it’s obvious that Nashville is a city ascendant, rising both as a city of the ‘new South’ and as Music City, USA.

Places of interest among Nashville’s modern office blocks are the State Capitol (1855), the Georgian-style Governor's Mansion, Belle Meade Mansion (1853), and Fort Nashborough, a replica of the city's original settlement. More famous are the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and Ryman Auditorium, site of the Grand Ole Opry country music performances until 1974.

The Tennessee State Museum, housed in the Performing Arts Centre, has exhibits on the rise of the state from the early pioneers to the emergence of the Ku Klux Klan. The War Memorial Building, opposite, houses the Military Museum.

The area known as Music Row, to the west of The District, is a haven for tourists in search of souvenirs of their musical heroes. Music Square is home to all the production companies and agents, and the nearby Country Music Hall of Fame has displays and video clips of top performers.

Riverfront Park is a lovely area for strolling and sitting and, together with the promenade along the Cumberland River, makes for an idyllic setting.

Transport

By air
Although fairly remote, Nashville has a well appointed international airport, several interstate highways converging on the city, and great bus connections. Nashville International Airport is served by most major airlines and is located around 14kms east of Nashville's city center, about a 15 minute drive away.

There are a selection of hotels located close to the airport which offer a free shuttle service, including the Marriott, Holiday Inn Express and Radisson Hotels.

Car rental companies operating from desks at the airport include Advantage, Alamo National, Budget, Dollar, Avis, Hertz, Enterprise and Thrifty. Book car hire in Nashville in advance online with us to secure a booking and to get a better selection of cars and suppliers to choose from.

The Gray Line Airport Express runs shuttles to and from the airport and Nashville's city centre and West End hotels. They operate from the airport every 15 to 20 minutes daily costing no more than $12 one-way and US$18 return. Metropolitan buses connect the airport with Nashville's city center. It's one of the cheapest options of getting around Nashville although buses can be unreliable and very busy, especially during peak rush hour.

By train
There is no rail service to Nashville.

By bus
Greyhound Buses offers services to Nashville from around the country, operating along interstate corridors or local routes. The cost of travelling from New York to Nashville is approximately US$98 one-way and around US$175 return; the cost of travelling to and from Chicago and Nashville is around US$65 one-way and US$118 return.

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