It’s no secret that Nashville is the country music capital of the world — if you’re looking for honky tonk, you’ve come to the right place. Take a stroll down lower Broadway to find the tunes that fuel the city, or soak up the rich history through music tours and museums in town.
But there’s more to Nashville than just the music. Don’t miss out on a remarkable dining scene, stylish shops, and the unique, impressive Parthenon. Grab the keys to your Nashville airport car rental alternative to turn up the music and start cruising.
Everyone in Nashville is partial to their own favorites. Take your Nashville car rental alternative for a spin around town to make your own judgements, but these great options tend not to disappoint.
For those who prefer down-home to done-up, Tootsie’s is the best honky tonk in town, and even performers doing big shows at the famous Ryman are known to chill out here.
While the Museum of Country Music will give you some insights, for diehard fans of the country legend, you’ll want to browse the largest collection of artifacts and memorabilia from The Man in Black.
They’ve been making the chicken dangerously hot at this shack for over 80 years, so you know they’re not messing around. It’s worth the inevitable wait for a taste of the mythologically addictive original recipe.
Tennessee is dripping with culture and natural beauty that’s begging to be explored — sometimes both at the same time — so book your Nashville car rental alternative on Turo to get to those out-of-the way gems.
Make the hour and a half drive in your Nashville car rental alternative to tour the largest cave systems in the world. You’ll see formations with hilarious, apt names like Giant’s Coffin.
Just two hours south in your Nashville car rental alternative, this little city is jam packed with art galleries, history, underground waterfalls, and the marvelous Rock City Gardens.
Because how often do you get to camp out on a country star’s ranch? To take a tour of Loretta’s museum or catch a show at the ranch, make the two-hour drive in your Nashville car rental alternative.
This 444-mile long historic and scenic highway was originally used by indigenous people as a travel corridor. Take your Nashville car rental alternative south for thrilling twists and great hiking stops.
Drive the 126-mile Chattanooga Loop in your Nashville car rental alternative for a relaxing tour through the Tennessee River Gorge and majestic views of Signal and Lookout Mountains.
Get your fix of twisties on US Highway 7 where you can wind along the Duck River in your Nashville car rental alternative, and also stop in for Cajun at Papa Boudreaux in Santa Fe.