Never Miss A Chance To Visit Music City

Friday, January 26, 2018
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If you ever get the opportunity, you should definitely take a trip to the magical city of Nashville. At the heart of Tennessee, it is known as music city, and it’s probably not that hard to figure out why. A lot of famous country singers and indeed jazz singers found their sound on the streets of Nashville or have ties to the area.

One of the best things about Nashville is Broadway. This street is well known by tourists and locals alike because in the evening you can wander down it and hear a different type of music with every step. You’ll hear guitars playing, banjos, jazz, country music and rap all on the same street less than a few hundred yards away from each other. It’s a truly magical experience and enchanting for the senses.

But that’s not all that Nashville has to offer. There’s a lot more.

Music City Centre

Not too far from Days Inn Nashville Saint Thomas West Hospital, you’ll find the Music City Center. This is where concerts are held on a regular basis and if you do decide to visit Nashville, you definitely need to check out a concert or two. We think we might have mentioned that this is the birthplace of country music but that’s not the only type of concerts you can find here.

Of course, if you are a massive fan of country music from the likes of Shania Twain and Carrie Underwood then you’ll be thrilled to learn that Nashville is actually the place where the country music awards are held every year.

Take A Trip Back In Time

Are you fascinated by history? Nashville is actually the location of the Battle of Franklin. This was one of the worst battles of the American civil war. Visiting the site, you will be able to learn the heartbreaking stories surrounding this vicious battle, learn the names of the men and women who died there and even see the scars where the cannons and bullets hit old buildings. Be sure to look into getting a full tour of the area to gain some extra info that very few people actually know.

Cheap And Cheerful
Some places will cost you an arm and a leg to experience the best activities. Nashville isn’t one of those places. Here you’ll find that fun activities and great adventures are priced to match your budget, whatever that may be. At the very least you can head down for happy hour at the bars and share some time with the very friendly locals.

Checkout Music Row

Finally, it only seems fitting we finish by talking about music. You can head near Belmont and Vanderbilt to a very famous street. This is known as Music Row, and it’s where every legend you have ever heard of recorded a song, an album or an LP. Who knows while you’re visiting you might even see one heading out of a studio here

We hope you take this advice and take a chance to visit the only true ‘Music City’ in the world.

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18 comments:

  1. This sounds like a fabulous time! I love music, so I have to do this one day. I'd be interested in the battle site as well.

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  2. We love music in our house. I have never had the opportunity to visit Nashville (or anywhere in Tennessee) but have heard it's an interesting place to visit.

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  3. I would definitely go to Nashville to visit. There's so many places there that are just outstanding in there so much to do. If I lived in Nashville I think I would go broke because I would continually go out.

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  4. I've never been to Nashville, but always wanted to go. It looks like there is so much to do, at some great prices.

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  5. I love Nashville, and not just for the music scene (which is pretty wonderful.) We love their food scene, too. I went to Loveless Cafe this last time and I really loved it.

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  6. I haven't been to Nashville since I was a kid. My granddad lives in the Tennessee valley, but it might be worth it to go a little further west next time.

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  7. Oh it seems like there is so much to do in Nashville, I would absolutely LOVE to see more of the US and Nashville is definitely on my to go to list.

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  8. I would love to visit this iconic city. You didn't mention it but I'd love to visit the Bluebird cafe where a lot of musicians get their start.

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  9. I have never been to Nashville and I would really like to go! It seems like such a fun place!

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  10. I have a good friend who alway try to get me to come out to Nashville, but I am always curving because I didn't thing there would be anything I would want to see! But Music City sounds awesome :)

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  11. My daughter's best friend lived in Nashville for quite a while. It was a lot of fun to visit her up there.

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  12. Love Nashville. I grew up near Nashville and have several family members who still live there. Don't tell anyone but one of my dreams has always been to sing in Ryman Auditorium at the historic Grand Ole Opry.

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  13. Nashville looks beautiful. I definitely need to add it to road trip list. I think it would be a fun and unique trip

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  14. Oh I love visiting Nashville. There is no place like it.

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  15. Nashville holds a special place in my heart. I will never miss a chance to go there.

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  16. I went to Nashville a few years ago and absolutely loved it. The vibe, the shops, especially the grand ole opry! I hope to take my kids there this summer!

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  17. I've always wanted to visit Nashville and this post just made me want to go even more! Hopefully one day.

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  18. We have not been to Nashville yet. It does look like a fantastic place to visit for a vacation. I would love to visit the Music City Centre and walk along Music Row. That would be just awesome!

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