Tennessee Travel Tips
Sweeping green lowlands, magnificent mountains shrouded in fog so thin it looks like smoke, cities that echo with the genius of musical ghosts and the creativity of a thousand cowboys aching for stardom - this is Tennessee.
For country music fans all over the world, a trip to Nashville is the ultimate homage. Memphis still largely rests on the musical glory of its past but its current local scene also has much to offer.
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Whether you’re into blues, soul or rock’n’roll, Memphis is a must-see destination. Come to the city on the Mississippi to see and hear the places where musical history was made. Day 1: You-know-who ...
Tennessee's scenic riverfront capital is something of a paradox, both elegantly Patrician and comfortably down-to-earth. It is at once a sophisticated city, built on shipping and business - most ...
Founded in 1779 along the fertile banks of the Cumberland River, the city of Nashville quickly grew into a wealthy and sophisticated shipping city replete with classical architecture and surrounded ...
Written by Jessica F, February 2013
For those traveling on a budget, Nashville, Tennessee, is full of worthwhile activities that are also free. From lively honey-tonks to inspirational art to scenic parks, you can enjoy the city ...
For those planning a trip to Nashville, Tennessee, you’ll be happy to know there are many options for getting around the city. The most cost-effective option, and also the one that will allow you to ...
Because Nashville is located in Tennessee, you can expect to find lots of hearty, home-cooked southern cuisine. Picture fried chicken, biscuits, mashed potatoes, meatloaf and warm peach pie, served ...
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