Nashville Holidays 2020/2021

Nashville Holidays 2020/2021

Known for its charming Southern hospitality and iconic reputation as a centre of all things country music related, the city of Nashville is contagiously eclectic. Steeped in musical history with a legendary live music scene, Nashville holidays are a must for any country music fan but there is also plenty for foodies and history buffs to enjoy in this Tennessee state capital.

The first stop on any itinerary should be the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville which traces the history of country music, followed by a trip to the Johnny Cash Museum. No Nashville holiday would be complete without getting to grips with the Man in Black himself and this museum explores every point of his interesting life.The Grand Ole Opry should be another stop for music lovers – originally broadcast as a radio show, it now hosts weekly live music country music performances, though you can still listen or watch remotely.

But there’s another side to Nashville, which has a long history dating back to the American Civil War. Traveller's Rest, a plantation home that served as the headquarters for Confederate General John B. Hood, is open to the public, while Bald Hill – site of the Battle of Nashville in 1864 – provides an excellent vantage point to see across the city. And the ever-growing culinary scene is getting more and more exciting, going beyond fried food with a number of coffee houses, bakeries, breweries and distilleries popping up.

Start planning the perfect Nashville holiday with our choice of accommodation and packages. Whether you’re travelling with family and friends or exploring solo, you’ll find the perfect hotel right here. Plus, all of our packages are ATOL and ABTA protected for your peace of mind.

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Nashville Holidays Travel Information

There are regular flights from major UK airports to Nashville.

  • Currency: US Dollars
  • Time difference: GMT -6
  • Flight from UK: Approx. 11 hours
  • Visa: ESTA required before travel
  • Language: US English
  • National drink: Bourbon
  • National dish: Hot chicken wings

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Whether you’re taking the family on a Nashville holiday or just seeking a thrill, the Soundwaves indoor and outdoor waterpark has something for everyone. Float down the lazy rivers and sip on cocktails from the bar. There’s even a giant television screen so you can watch movies while taking a dip. As evening turns into night, head to Broadway, an entertainment district. Lined with vibrant bars and honky-tonks that glow with neon lights, it’s the perfect place to spend an evening eating, drinking and listening to live music. Be sure to also stop by the Nashville Parthenon, an unusual but intriguing full-size replica of a Grecian structure that features sculptures cast from the original decorations on Athen's own Parthenon.

Nashville Food & Drink


Get your taste buds tingling with Nashville’s famous mouthwatering spicy wings. Doused in BBQ or extra hot sauce, it certainly isn’t for those who don’t like their food hot and fiery! Quench your thirst with the famous bourbon whiskey, whether that be with your favourite mixer, on the rocks or in an expertly crafted cocktail. The deep, smoky flavours of the South are prevalent here, and you'll enjoy discovering a new eatery each night. Combining fine dining and music at a venue such as the Back Alley Diner is an absolute must. Of course, the state of Tennessee is best known as the birthplace of Jack Daniels whiskey so be sure to sample some of this fine liquor and take a tour of the nearby distillery during your stay.

Nashville Attractions


Nashville is well known for its lively country music scene. Get to know the history and traditions behind the genre at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, packed full of interactive exhibitions, costumes from famous stars and instruments behind some of the biggest country bands in the world. The Cumberland River that runs through the heart of Nashville also offers an array of sights on its waters. Book onto a steamboat ride that will allow you to enjoy the city from a new vantage point. Sightseeing tours are in plentiful supply throughout Nashville and are worth considering. Some even offer aerial, treetop treks that allow you to see over civil war battle sites.

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