Nashville International Airport
Located 5 miles away from the Downtown, this is the main airport of the city as well as the state of Tennessee. Apart from its main getaway to the rest of the country, the airport and its nearby area also offers tons of accommodation options for every need and budget.
John. C. Tune
This airport named after John Childress Tune, is located in the western part of the city and serves as a great option for travelers looking to book a hotel close to the airport.
An all-purpose venue which was built in 1996, Bridgestone Arena is the home ground of the Nashville Predators from the National Hockey League.
Music City Center
A convention complex location the downtown area, Music City Center covers an area of over 2,100,000 sq ft.
Nestled by the banks of Cumberland River, this park is a venue for many concerts and festivals in the city.
CoolSprings Galleria is an enclosed shopping mall which houses many retail stores, departmental stores, and a food court.
This is a live performance venue and also the home to Grand Ole Opry from the year 1943 to 1974.
Mall at Green Hills
This is a regional shopping mall in the city with more than 100 stores and houses many fantastic restaurants.