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Thrifty Car Rental –Nashville (BNA)

1 Terminal Drive
Nashville, TN 37217
Phone: 615-361-6050

Drive Nashville's Honky Tonk Highway in your rental car

There are few places that are steeped in as much music history as Nashville, and even fewer where that legacy still stands today. Known as Music City, Nashville is a top destination for budding artists and music fans alike. Whether you're taking your Nashville rental car down the Honky Tonk Highway or exploring the city's historic sites, you'll be sure to find music: Even the driveway at President Andrew Jackson's historic home is in the shape of a guitar. No matter what you do in Nashville, that musical spirit will be with you. 

Catch a show
"Music City" isn't just a nickname: There are always plenty of live-show options for music fans in Nashville. Head to the Grand Ole Opry House to see big-name concerts. If you're looking to be one of the first to discover up-and-coming artists, there are always free performances throughout the city. The Full Moon Saloon and Legends Corner are just two of the many locations where you can see shows with no cover, only a tip jar if you're impressed - the odds are good you will be. 

Explore history
If you're a fan of the past, hop in your Nashville rental car and head to one of Nashville's historic sites. For presidential enthusiasts, there's the Hermitage of President Andrew Jackson. Those interested in the Civil War will want to check out Fort Negley, a fort established in Nashville after the city was occupied by Union forces. The fort includes an interactive exhibit and education panels for a self-led tour. 

Hatch Show Print will be a huge hit for anyone who likes to see old machinery at work. This store is one of the oldest working letterpress poster shops in the U.S. You can take a tour to see how it makes the posters it's been creating since 1879. 

For general Nashville history, hit one of the many walking tours around town. Music lovers should consider a tour that focuses on the musical history of Nashville, such as the Walkin' Nashville Music City Legends Tour. 

Get outside
Nashville has mild, beautiful weather. With summer temperatures averaging a high around 90 degrees, it's a great place to do some outdoor adventuring. To enjoy some paddle boarding, check out Nashville Paddle Co. If you're more a fan of kayaking, you can hit up River Queen Voyages and travel down the Cumberland River. There are 3 and 8 miles journeys from which to choose.