Nashville, TN, USA

Nashville, TN, USA

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The call of Nashville

Travelers have long been making the pilgrimage to Nashville—affectionately known as "Music City"—to pay respect to the musicians that put it on the map. This city wears its country music tradition with pride, promising unrivaled hospitality and down-home charm to any visitor lucky enough to hang their hat there. With so many Nashville vacation rentals now available across the city, you'll soon be strolling through the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum or sitting in the celebrated Ryman Auditorium, where the beloved voices of the past echo to the present day.

Indulge yourself in Nashville

Nashville is renowned as a top destination for country music fans, but nowadays its shopping facilities also have people flocking to the city in growing numbers. An enviable range of establishments makes retail therapy a tempting option, so whether you're in the market for candy in The District or artisanal goods in Marathon Village, you’ll be in the perfect place to shop 'til you drop. U.S. News named this city as one of the best shopping destinations in America, and a quick browse in the stores on its tree-lined streets provides all the confirmation you’ll need.

The sound of Nashville

For country music fans, no visit to Nashville is complete without a trip to the Grand Ole Opry, the top platform for this genre. Legends such as Hank Williams and Patsy Cline, as well as contemporary favorites like Carrie Underwood and Luke Bryan, have performed on this iconic stage, whether at its historic home—the Ryman Auditorium—or its current base in downtown Nashville. To be extra-close to this revered musical institution’s current and past venues, why not splash out on a downtown Nashville vacation rental?

The right time to visit Nashville

The city’s pleasant climate makes booking a Nashville vacation rental a tempting prospect all year round, whether you’re visiting in the sun-soaked summer months or during the mild, temperate winter. Temperatures in spring and autumn are especially favorable for people looking to get out and about for long periods of sightseeing, while flights are often cheapest in winter. If those hot and sunny summer months are calling your name, it might be worth considering a Nashville vacation rental with a pool—a quick swim under the setting Tennessee sun is a great way to end your day.

A walk in the park in Nashville

Despite its urban setting, Nashville has done an admirable job of preserving its natural heritage, a feat best showcased in one of the city’s many parks. The 132-acre Centennial Park is home to The Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the Greek original set amongst rolling lawns and shady trees, while a shared picnic in Warner Park makes for a fantastic wind-down to a family day out. History buffs should make sure to check out Bicentennial Park; this downtown hot spot is a hub of activity and its monuments to Nashville's heritage provide a unique insight into the city's history.