Nashville isn’t just the capital of Tennessee – it’s the capital of country music too, with its buzzing, beer-soaked honky-tonk bars and legendary performance venues like the Grand Ole Opry. The city’s starry musical heritage is everywhere, from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, to the renowned Studio B where Elvis recorded over 200 hits.

    Alongside Nashville’s neon-lit nightlife and dazzling entertainment, it boasts a vibrant arts scene, endless shopping, and a cornucopia of restaurants serving up comforting southern fare. The city is big on sport – with hockey and basketball at Bridgestone Arena, and football at Nissan Stadium.

    Where & what to eat in Nashville

    • 10 Places Where Locals Love to Eat in Nashville

      When you think of Nashville, chances are good you immediately imagine country music, the Johnny Cash Museum, the Grand Ole Opry, or maybe Vanderbilt University. That’s natural, but the city is also a prime destination for foodies. From iconic dishes like Nashville hot chicken to global favourites like ramen, pizza, and Southern barbeque, you’ll find a wide world of culinarily...

    Where to shop & what to buy in Nashville

    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Nashville

      Nashville is a prime destination for shoppers, along with foodies and aspiring country music stars. Whether you prefer a modern shopping mall, the chaos and unique finds of a flea market, or live for quaint shops set in historic buildings, you’ll find it here. Music City – the city's nickname – boasts an incredible range of shopping destinations, from the Fatherland District...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Nashville

    • 9 Real Country Music Experiences in Nashville

      Nashville was first labelled ‘Music City’ over fifty years ago, and the city still firmly holds its ground as the place to be for live country music. The city boasts almost three times more music businesses than Los Angeles, so it’s not hard to see why music invades every nook and cranny of the city’s streets. If you’re coming to...

    Useful information

    • Nashville Travel Essentials

      Our Nashville Travel Essentials lays out the essential information you need to help planning your trip to one of the most popular destinations in the USA. No matter how frequently you travel, some questions will always need answers: What’s the weather like? How can I get from the airport to my hotel? What currency and type of plug do I...

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    מידע נוסף על Nashville

    Nashville vacations are famous for Southern plantations and nighttimes filled with the world’s finest music. Book a Nashville hotel and discover why, for many, this is America’s favourite Southern city.

    Musical days and nights

    Country music is king in Nashville, but music of all styles fills the streets. Book a Nashville hotel and hear music’s biggest names entertain thousands at Sommet Center. Or opt for the smaller but more famous Ryman Auditorium, where country’s legends first took the stage. The Grand Ole Opry has created country music stars since 1925, and visitors still flock to see the show made famous by legends like Loretta Lynn and Garth Brooks. After dark Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge and Wildhorse Saloon, Nashville’s most famous honky-tonks, buzz with more live music while visitors dance, Bud Light bottles in hand. Elvis’ golden, opalescent car, Mother Maybelle Carter’s guitar and Dolly Parton’s sparkling rhinestone costumes fill the halls of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum near downtown.

    Nashville culture

    There’s more to culture on a Nashville vacation than country music. Impressionist paintings, Asian ceramics and contemporary sculptures draw visitors to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Advertisements for circus acts, magic shows and Louis Armstrong concerts cover the walls at Hatch Show Print, where posters have been printed by movable type since 1879. The Nashville Opera and the Nashville Symphony add classical music to the Music City’s repertoire. 

    Pioneer settlements and Southern plantations

    A log reconstruction of Nashville’s 1780 original settlement, Fort Nashborough, sits on the banks of the Cumberland River. Learn about a farmer’s rise to the American Presidency at The Hermitage, the early 19th-century cotton plantation once worked by Andrew Jackson. Visitors relive the Civil War at the sumptuous Southern plantation Belmont Mansion.

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