Nashville Charter Buses
The capital of Tennessee, Nashville is most famous for its rich musical culture and history. Though it is known as the “Country Music Capital of the World” or “Music City USA,” Nashville has also worked hard to diversify and modernize its image. Nashville also has a burgeoning foodie culture, with many diverse restaurants and colorful local cuisine, especially barbecue and hot fish. Large companies like Dell, Saturn and Nissan have all taken up operations in Nashville, and the city has a bustling population of over 600,000, with 1.5 million in the Nashville metropolitan area.
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As the city lies in the middle of the Nashville Basin, Nashville is a fertile area with plenty of wildlife. The weather in Nashville tends toward short winters and hot summers with high humidity. Spring and autumn tend to be longer than many other areas, and snowfall during winter is relatively light. The best time to travel to Nashville is during one of these lengthy spring / fall periods when the weather is mild. Major annual events in Nashville include the Nashville Film Festival, Nashville Fashion Week, the Country Music Marathon, the Iroquois Steeplechase, the CMA Music Festival, and many more.
Transportation in and Around Nashville
Air travel to Nashville is handled via the Nashville International Airport, which is approximately five miles from the city. The easiest way to travel between the airport and the city is the MTA Route 18 bus, which shuttles passengers hourly from 7 AM to 10 PM. By car, Nashville is accessible via I-65, I-24, and I-40, with the easiest access to the city coming from Knoxville, Louisville, or Memphis. Travelers on these highways during rush hour are likely to encounter serious traffic. Visitors by bus can use Greyhound or Megabus to get into Nashville.
Once in Nashville, travelers can use a variety of cab companies to get around, as well as the Nashville MTA bus (which runs through Nashville’s downtown and the surrounding areas) or via the Music City Star, an extensive commuter train route that runs throughout the week. As with many major cities, travel beyond the downtown area is likely to require a car or shuttle bus from services such as Metropolitan Shuttle.
Colleges and Universities in Nashville
Museums and Culture in Nashville
Cheekwood Art & Gardens
Country Music Hall of Fame
Lane Motor Museum
Musicians Hall of Fame
Tennessee Central Railway Museum
Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
Tennessee State Museum
Upper Room Chapel & Christian Art Museum
Adventure Science Center
Tennessee Agricultural Museum
Nashville Theater and Arts
Nashville Children’s Theatre
The Tennessee Rep
Street Theatre Company
The Larry Keeton Theatre
Theater and Dance
Tennessee Performing Arts
Miss Jeannes’ Mystery Dinner Theatre
Blackbird Theater Nashville
Tennessee Women’s Theater Project
Attractions in Nashville
Sports in Nashville
Nashville Convention Venues
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