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Nashville, TN, USA

See everything Nashville has to offer

 

Lace up your boots, put on your cowboy hat and take a trip to Nashville. The capital of Tennessee is a growing city with a lot of energy packed inside. It is the home to country music, and on any night of the week, chances are you can catch a show and see a marquee act. There is also a huge sports following and a great amount of history in Nashville, making it a terrific spot for visitors to check out.

LP Field

Across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville is perhaps the loudest building in the city, LP Field, the home of the Tennessee Titans National Football League team. With a capacity of more than 69,000 fans, it can get quite noisy on game days. The same could be said during the summer, when the stadium regularly hosts concerts. Drive your Nashville rental car to 1 Titans Way to check out all the stadium has to offer. Along with professional football and concerts, the stadium also is the home to several college football and international soccer games every year.

Ryman Auditorium

Fans of country music must visit the Ryman Auditorium on their trip to Nashville. The concert hall, which first opened its doors in 1892, has played host to many of the most famous acts in the genre's history, including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks and the Dixie Chicks. The theater is most well known for hosting the Grand Ole Opry, a weekly show featuring a mix of established and up-and-coming country acts. Check out the auditorium's website for an upcoming schedule and ticket information, or once you are in Nashville, drive over to 116 Fifth Ave. and take a look for yourself.

The Hermitage

Explore the home of our nation's seventh president, Andrew Jackson, by driving your Nashville rental car to 4580 Rachel's Lane and touring the Hermitage. Visitors can learn about Jackson's life, his service as a general in the military, the controversy surrounding his political career and the reason he was commonly referred to as 'the people's president.' While in the White House, Jackson was the first president to use running water. At Hermitage, guests can explore Jackson's mansion and grounds, seeing how he lived his life before dying in Nashville in 1845. Travelers who are fans of American history must include this stop on their list of places to go when in the city.