Nashville, Tennessee

  • The state capital of Tennessee, Nashville is widely known as “Music City” and the country music capital of the world.
  • The accolades keep rolling in! Travel + Leisure: Best Places to Travel in 2017; AFAR: Where to Go in 2017; Frommer’s Travel Guide: Best Places to Go in 2017.
  • Year after year, the Country Music Association (CMA) Festival invites countless enthusiasts to a four-day music bash in Nashville.
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More Than Just Music

While Nashville is best known as a music mecca, there’s so much more to know and love about the progressive and ambitious southern city. Over the last several years, Nashville has undergone a facelift of sorts and it has everyone buzzing. Invigorated neighborhoods are breathing new life, the culinary scene is making waves on a global level, and the economy is surging as big-name corporations are moving their operations to the city. Coined by GQ Magazine as “Nowville,” Nashville is attracting the young and the old, singles and families, and those with and without musical inclinations. And the best part? Everyone is more than welcome.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Nashville International Airport (BNA)
  • CMA Music Festival
  • Average Temperature
    Summer: 80 °F; Winter: 38 °F
  • Music City Food + Wine Festival
  • Neighborhoods

Fresh Things To Do

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  • Where Talent Goes to Thrive

    For more than 200 years, Nashville has been heralded as “Music City” and the city that “music calls home.” Its 130+ music venues range from large auditoriums, to obscure listening lounges, to famed recording studios. So, where to first? Here’s what we recommend.

    Grand Ole Opry. Tennessee’s leading attraction, the Grand Ole Opry, quickly evolved from a mere radio broadcast to a dominant force in live performing arts. Every year troves of country music fanatics make their way to “country’s most famous stage” for an unforgettable entertainment experience.

    The Ryman Auditorium. Fondly referred to as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium is a National Historic Landmark and is responsible for over a century of famed performances. Tour the space and then stay for a show.

    RCA Studio B. Itching to go behind the scenes? The historic RCA Studio B produced more than 35,000 songs for musicians by the likes of Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, and Elvis. Visitors are welcome daily on Nashville’s only studio tour.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Nashville Vacation

    Although Nashville experiences hot summers with temperatures reaching 90 °F, spring and autumn months are relatively long and pleasant. Winters vary, but are rarely bitter cold. Visiting Nashville for the holidays? Don’t miss the decorations at the Opryland hotel. The humid climate does invite afternoon storms, which can cause a dip in temperature. Travel prepared and pack a little bit of everything.


Map of Nashville, Tennessee

Google Maps satellite images are not always up-to-date, especially in non-U.S. destinations. Some Inspirato accommodations are located in developments built after images were last updated. Our pin placements represent our best location estimates, but actual locations may vary.

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