I am visiting Nashville for a concert at TPAC. Safety is my main concern with a child in tow. Should I stay at Doubletree or another downtown hote...or in another location in Nashville?
Should I use a cab or Uber (which company if you know of a good one...) for travel late at night or attempt to park and walk?
I'm travelling to Nashville soon as a solo traveller but would like to meet people to hang out with at music venues, bars etc as I'm not comfortable walking around and sitting alone in restaurants and bars by myself at night.
I've heard Nashville is a very friendly place to visit but would like to know where is best to meet new, decent and welcoming people.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
Do I need something like a leather jacket to keep warm in the evenings. Going this weekend.
Driving my 83 yr. old mom down to Nashville for a few days from Chicago, leaving Tuesday in early June to see family on Thursday. Is there any place sorta close or on the way worth stopping at? I'm thinking maybe a few hours radius of Nashville. She can walk, but she's not a hiker. Loves historic stuff, gardens, events. Maybe Tuesday night arrive late and stay outside of Nashville and do something fun Wednesday and drive in to Nashville Wed. Afternoon. Ideas for a good stopping point? Thanks!!!
My sisters and I are sending my parents to Nashville for their 30th anniversary! They don't drink much, but love to have a good time, old country music and rock n roll
I few quick questions!
What is the best area from them to stay downtown? Meaning location and hotel?
Best attractions for them to visit?
Any suggestions on a great hotel but cheaper rate? Or websites to check for deals?
My fiancé and I will be visiting Nashville and Memphis on a road trip early April. We are also bringing our bicycles. Welcoming ideas on where to stay, interesting things to see and do.
Thank you very much! So excited!
What are most ladies wearing? Cowgirl boots with straight legged jeans tucked in or tall boots?
Would I need a car when I visit Nashville if I stay in Music City area? Also when is the best time of the year to visit when it is mainly dry and sunny?
I am going to be riding it soon with my girlfriend and I want to know what it is like. How comfy and tight is the harness? How comfy is the seat? Is the flight simulator or roller coaster simulator more fun or intense and if so why? Can you tell what happens on the ride? Can you tell your on ride experiences?
Need help on which hotel is best; Holiday Inn Express and Suites near Opryland or Best Western Suites near opryland. Planning on taking around 1st of October not sure what weather may be like. Also need ideas on things to do during the day and night. Kind of laid back just looking to have a nice romantic fun filled couple of days. We are not lovers on country music but love R&B, hip hop, soul, blues music. Also love to drink. Just need any suggestions.
My boyfriend and I are planning a 3 day trip to Nashville for his birthday. I'm looking for things to do that are not country music related. Also we are looking for somewhere to go at night that has R&B music and/or hip hop. Old soulful music nice settings and not too crowded. Looking for day activities also.
where is a good place to go in nashville for a romantic evening and country music it is my 17 wedding anniversary oct 24
Any ideas for a bed and breakfast in Nashville? Or a nice reasonable hotel/motel? We will be there during the third week in October.
Have booked a 3-day stay in late August near the Vanderbilt campus and are looking for fun activities we can do with our dog: dog parks, nice walks, hilly drives outside town, etc. Would appear a lot of the restaurants have pet-friendly patios, so any suggestions in that vein would also be welcome.
moving to Nashville Tn end of Jan 2015 I SEE SEVERAL APTS CLOSE TO DOWNDOWN WHERE I WILL BE WORKING I AM HOPING NOT TO HAVE TO TAKE THE INTERSTATE CAN ANYONE RECCOMMEND ONE HOPEFULLY ONE WITH GARAGE
just wondering if anyone has ideas for us -- driving from ashville to nashville in february then onto dallas (frisco).probably will stay in nashville for 2 nights.A number of questions... is that drive from ash.to nashville okay at that time of year?the drive to frisco too long for one day i presume -- if so where would you stay on that route ?-- we love quaint towns,points of interest ,vistas,national parks. and also what would you suggest for a day in nashville? - grand olde opry would be cool,bluebird cafe as well.happy to walk it all if that is possible and where would you stay to be close enough to walk?dont really know much about this town/city except like country music and have watched the Nashville series!!-- thank you
Hello guys - I'll be in Nashville for 3-4 weeks in early febuary, i know it's a while away but i'm just looking in to accommodation now. I was wondering if anyone knew of nice places to stay for this amount of time (not really looking at hotels). rooms to rent / short term apartment rentals etc. Ideally It would be fairly central but would look further so long as it's easy to get downtown, thanks!
will be arriving in Nashville Sept 16 or 17 - and wondering if anyone knew of good budget accommodation for a middle-aged Canadian lady who is on pension, for 2-4 weeks. I am courteous, friendly, neat and tidy, and enjoy meeting new people and experiencing the "culture" of the place.
As well, any good places for a "blossoming" singer/songwriter to go and jam, mingle and "sit in the music" would be great. Any and all info is much appreciated.
Thanks... and have a grrrrreat day :-)
We are 6 women, early 70s, in fairly good shape. We will be driving from Rockford, Illinois to Nashville in late September. We plan to stop overnight on the way. What is the best location for lodging and any hotel/motel recommendations would be appreciated? We are looking for a good location, cleanliness and affordability. My husband and I visited Nashville a few years ago and we ate at a restaurant where the wait staff entertained the diners with some great singing. What is the name of that place? What are the best tours to take? A couple of us would have trouble with a lot of walking without rest stops. TripAdvisor fans were a great help for our last trip to Nashville. I hope we can get some good advice this time. Thanks
I have never been to Nashville but from what I´ve heard it is a pretty big city but with a small "city center". A lot of things is going on there, country music ofcourse, but the locations seems to be spread out.
If a just want to stay in the central parts of the city (a hotel close to the Greyhound station and where all the skyscrapes are) for a few days, will I find enough entertainment to be worth the trip? I´m gonna be on a road trip from New Orleans and it is a pretty long way to go from there.
I want to discover country music, the Country music hall of fame and other must see-attractions and locations in Nashville.
I don´t drive but would like to visit one of the national parks in Tennessee, close to Nashville. Will be staying at a hotel in Nashville a few days in late July.
Are there any single day bus tour to any of these state parks?
Which park are the most notable and the one that you would recomend?
I´m planning to arrive at Greyhound Lines, Inc, 709 5th Ave S in Nashville in late July, a late afternoon (about 6 PM) Never been to Nashville before.
Is the station a safe area to arrive at? Would you say that the station is in the central parts of the city? If not, what is the easiest way to get to the central parts from the bus station?
Is the central parts of Nashville generally a safe city to hang around in?
A couple girlfriends and I are planning a 4 day trip to Nashville at the end of August to party before we have to get back to Ottawa for our last year of University. We are looking to find the best honky tonks, bars, and student friendly areas to meet some fun people! Also, some suggestions for hotels would help (ie. Downtown area). And most importantly, best shop to find some great cowboy boots?
Is the Maplewood Trace a bad area of Nashville? How about the Days Inn at Opryland? Thanks!
can you get a bus from Nashville to the mall at green hills or how much would it be by taxi
Are various means of transportation available continually throughout Fan Fare, Buses, Trolleys, cabs, etc.
Or is it recommended to get a rental car. We are staying at a condominium.
We will be visiting Nashville next july and saw that the mamoth caves national park isnt that far from it in Kentucky. The probleme we are facing is we will not have a car so i wondered if there were any guided tour, transportation or solution for us to see the caves. The best scenarios would be a small tour operator that could bring us there and back in nashville afterward... but if there is any busses going there, that could drop us off at the caves that could do.. we are also going to chicago by grayhound bus after the nashville stop so it could be a stop along the way.... any ideas? we would like to see them. thanks.
Going to Nashville for 3 or 4 days. Need a good campground and the best way to spend the short amount of time I'm going to be there?
Taking a trip to Nashville Apr 7-11 and will be taking tours of the popular attractions and attending Opry on Tuesday night. What kind of temps can I expect and how dressy/casual should I pack? Will I have the need for a dress and/or black pants and dressy shoes? I'm traveling with a friend and we're both married so not trying to impress anyone, lol! Thanks!
We will be flying into Nashville on a Thursday and departing the following Tuesday in July. As we are from Australia and have never been there before we are looking for some assistance on the best location to stay in terms of sightseeing and being in the mix of things. We don't plan to have a car so alot of walking planned or public transport. Budget for hotel is around $200 per night and would like to have b/fast included and free wi-fi. We are Hilton/Holiday Inn and Accor members if that assists. What are the must see's ? husband loves Country Music so want to make this special for him. Thank you