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There's a reason they call this Music City, USA. Nashville is known world-wide as a mecca for country music, both for the pros, rising stars and fans alike. Located in the heart of Tennessee along the Cumberland River, Nashville is the state cap...

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Nashville is the perfect destination for all kinds of visitors - from music lovers to history buffs to Southern lovers to sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. Nashville is the Country Music capital of the world. Have fun searching through the past or getting close to the Country Music stars of the present. Hike, bike, golf, go for a balloon ride and take tours guiding you through the history of country music. View homes of current stars including: Joe Diffie, Bryan White, Brooks & Dunn, Lorrie Morgan, George Jones, Reba McEntire, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson, Marty Stuart, Dolly Parton and more. Find tons of historic sites from the Civil War dating back to the 1700s.
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8-Nights Music of America: Nashville to New Orleans - Land Journey

Price: $6,290 - # of Days: 8 days
Music of America: Nashville to New Orleans The sounds of the South come to life on a 9-day journey from "Music City" Nashville to "The Big Easy" New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz... Discover the birthplaces of some of the world's most famous genres... rock n' roll, blues, jazz, countr...

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9-Nights Bluegrass and Bourbon Trail

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FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: Memphis and Nashville are your musical bookends on this trip with plenty of musical attractions, from the Stax Museum of Soul to Graceland or the Grand Old Opry trying to get your attention. Country and a little Bluegrass get on the menu when you visit Gatlinburg and realiz...

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13-Nights The American South: Atlanta, Savannah, New Orleans, Nashville & More

Price: $2,821 - # of Days: 13 days
MODERATE | ESCORTED COACH TOUR: Discover one of the most fascinating parts of the United States, flavoured with a lot of history, captivating scenery, delicious food, and fantastic music. Charleston and Savannah, full of delightful antebellum architecture, represent the quintessential Southern citie...

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11-Nights Country Roads of the Deep South a Women-Only tour

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Country Roads Of The Deep South A Women-Only TourTravel with a small group as you delve into country music and indulge in New Orlean’s cuisine. Fall in love with the Deep South during this 12-day women-only tour. Let the lights and music of Nashville wash over you as you walk down Broadway. Take a g...

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11-night Great Smoky Mountains National Park Cruise

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6-Nights Music Cities: Nashville & Memphis

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There’s a whole lotta shakin’ going on when you embark on this boot scootin’ tour of two of the country’s most melodious cities. Follow the tunes through Tennessee to the music-producing meccas of Nashville and Memphis for the sights and sounds that defined country, blues, and rock ‘n’ roll. High no...

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11-Nights America's Musical Heritage With Extended Stay In New Orleans

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Are you a little bit country? A little bit rock ‘n’ roll? Then you’ll love this musical heritage vacation that follows the influential sounds of chart-topping history from Nashville to Memphis with a crescendo in New Orleans for all that jazz. Strut your way down Nashville’s Honky Tonk Row and to re...

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9-Nights America's Musical Heritage

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Are you a little bit country? A little bit rock ‘n’ roll? Then you’ll love this musical heritage vacation that follows the influential sounds of chart-topping history from Nashville to Memphis with a crescendo in New Orleans for all that jazz. Strut your way down Nashville’s Honky Tonk Row and to re...

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Nashville, Tennessee, is definitely country music and all that goes with it—cowboy hats and elaborate, custom boots, songs about heartbreak and crying over beer. Bumper stickers reading "Eat More Rhinestones" and "Viva Nashvegas" reflect the shiny, glitzy surface of Music City. But Nashville's repertoire is wider than many visitors assume.

Nashville business is flourishing in a variety of industries, including publishing, health care, automobiles, finance and professional sports. The city also does a booming business in conventions and trade shows, especially with the opening of the mammoth new Music City Center downtown. With 353,000 sq ft/32,795 sq m of exhibition space, this new convention center can vie with Las Vegas and Atlanta for the biggest conventions in the country. Nashville is also home to Vanderbilt University and other colleges, and these days is hosting more and more people who would just as soon attend a performance of the Nashville Opera as the Grand Ole Opry.

The city is enjoying a place in the national spotlight, as it comes into its own as a culinary center in the South and as an appealing alternative to people ready to relocate from congested bigger cities. It is a popular alternative for younger travelers including bachelor and bachelorette parties. From the New York Times to W to tourism websites, the press is touting Nashville as a top choice for visiting, relocating or doing business. It doesn't hurt that ABC's (and later CMT's) hit drama Nashville placed the city in the public eye.

New residents from around the world have brought to Nashville a diversity of cultures that has changed the social fabric for the better—especially when it's time to go out to eat. The result is a city that not only lives up to its reputation but also surpasses it.

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Sights—The Ryman Auditorium, original home of the Grand Ole Opry; a performance at the current location, the Grand Ole Opry; the Opryland Hotel (officially, the Gaylord Opryland Resort); the historic Belle Meade Plantation; The Hermitage.

Museums—Musical memorabilia at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum; the Johnny Cash Museum; Frist Center for the Visual Arts; vintage automobiles at the Lane Motor Museum; the gallery and sculpture park at Cheekwood Botanic Garden.

Memorable Meals—The Pancake Pantry's famous golden cakes; biscuits and fried chicken at Loveless Cafe; bold flavors at Etch restaurant; craft pizzas at City House; spicy wings at Prince's Hot Chicken Shack.

Late Night—Lower Broadway honky-tonks, including Tootsie's Orchid Lounge; songwriters' night at the Bluebird Cafe; late-night munchies at the Hermitage Cafe.

Walks—Bicentennial Mall and the Farmers Market; strolling and bird-watching along lovely Radnor Lake; meandering among the grounds and gardens at the Parthenon in Centennial Park; a hike through Percy Warner or adjoining Edwin Warner Park.

Especially for Kids—Exploring the Adventure Tower at Adventure Science Center; the Critter Encounters exhibit at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere; Dragon Park (Lily's Garden) Playground next to Hillsboro Village and Vanderbilt; ice skating at Centennial Sportsplex.


Nashville's layout is relatively simple. Downtown sits on the west bank of the Cumberland River and is a major sightseeing and entertainment area. The core of downtown is "The District" for tourists, but every local just calls it "downtown" or "Lower Broad." This is the historic area that contains many shops, restaurants and bars. It spreads west from the river for about six blocks and encompasses a block or two on either side of Broadway, a major east-west thoroughfare.

To the south is 12South, chock full of shopping, restaurants and more. North of The District, but still in downtown, are the state Capitol and Bicentennial Mall State Park, and "The Gulch" is bordered on the Broadway side by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts at 10th Street. Numbered avenues begin just west of the river and increase as you head west.

Broadway continues west out of downtown and eventually runs into West End Avenue. These streets intersect near Music Row and 17th Street, a short distance from downtown. The neighborhood between West End Avenue and Interstate 440 is known as West End. It's home to specialty shops, upscale eateries and Vanderbilt University. A more distant area that's of interest to visitors is Music Valley, home of the Opryland Hotel and the Grand Ole Opry—that's northeast of downtown, off Briley Parkway (Highway 155).

About 7 mi/12 km southwest of downtown is Green Hills, a shopping and dining enclave centered around the Mall at Green Hills. Across the river is East Nashville, the city's revitalized historic area, with dozens of shops, bars and restaurants.


Like much of the southeastern U.S., the area around Nashville was inhabited by Mississippian tribes some 1,000 years ago. Stone tools, pottery shards and burial mounds have been unearthed around what is now the Tennessee Bicentennial Mall State Park. The region was a prime hunting ground for later Native Americans, including the Cherokee, the Chickasaw and the Shawnee.

Fort Nashborough, the first permanent European settlement in the area, was built on the banks of the Cumberland River in 1779 (a replica of the original fort stands at the foot of Broadway). Tennessee became the 16th state of the Union in 1796, and the town—renamed Nashville—was later chosen as its capital.

During the War of 1812, many of the city's residents left for New Orleans to fight, helping Tennessee earn the nickname "The Volunteer State." The soldiers fought under Gen. Andrew Jackson, who went on to become a U.S. president.

Initially held by the Confederates during the Civil War, Nashville was occupied by Federal troops in 1862 and remained in Union hands for the rest of the war. Several brutal battles were fought in the rolling hills of middle Tennessee in late 1864, however, including the Battle of Nashville, a decisive Union victory.

Reconstruction brought recovery, progress and growth to the city. Several colleges based in the city became prominent in this period, including Fisk University, an influential school attended primarily by African Americans, and Vanderbilt University. Today, the city is home to some 16 colleges and universities.

Promoting its educational facilities and cultural refinement, the city championed itself as the "Athens of the South." To drive the point home, it built a full-scale replica of the Parthenon for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in 1897.

Then came country music—much to the horror of some of the city's high-minded promoters. The main reason Nashville became the home of country was radio station WSM, which began broadcasting the hugely popular Grand Ole Opry in 1925. In time, record labels and recording studios established themselves there, and Nashville had a new nickname: "Music City."

In the early 1960s, the Nashville sit-ins were among the first nonviolent protests for civil rights in the country. Around the same time, Nashville and Davidson County merged their operations to form a more unified and effective local government. Since then, the city has added communications- and computer-related businesses to its portfolio and has experienced significant growth. It continues to be a top choice for corporate relocations and expansions.

The city's visibility increased further in the mid-1990s, when Nashville became home to two professional sports teams, the Tennessee Titans NFL football team and the National Hockey League's Nashville Predators. In 2001, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts opened, strengthening the city's cultural offerings; those offerings were boosted with the 2006 opening of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the European-like concert hall that the Nashville Symphony calls home.

The sprawling 8-acre/3-hectare Music City Convention Center, one of the largest in the country, is in the heart of Nashville, cheek-to-jowl with the Country Music Hall of Fame. A plethora of restaurants are nearby, and they offer the thousands of conventiongoers many options. This includes options by noted chefs from larger cities who have set their sights on Nashville. In fact, among southern cities, Nashville is a darling of the American foodie world.

Today, music continues to be the city's most visible industry, and one that reaches beyond country to embrace all types of music. Nashville's diverse economy also remains on an even keel as the city continues to grow, attracting visitors and new residents alike.


Some argue that Davy Crockett, famous for his fiddling and buck dancing, became the area's first star when he moved to Middle Tennessee in 1811.

Talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, actress Reese Witherspoon, Desperate Housewives star James Denton and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore all grew up in Nashville.

One of the most visible buildings downtown, the AT&T Building, is called "Batman" because the two towers look like the caped crusader's ears.

U.S. President Andrew Jackson's Nashville home, The Hermitage, has a driveway shaped like a guitar.

The late U.S. President Teddy Roosevelt, upon drinking a cup of Maxwell House Coffee at the Hermitage Hotel, pronounced it "good to the last drop"—the slogan the company still uses today.

Country music star Keith Urban and his wife, actress Nicole Kidman, are often spotted around town; Urban often eats breakfast at the Pancake Pantry—standing in line like everyone else.

The 175,000-sq-ft/16,258-sq-m green roof of Nashville's new Music City Center is meant to emulate the hills of Tennessee.

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