Offering instant border access to three different U.S. states, Tennessee’s southwest city of Memphis is renowned for its unique blend of Elvis culture, riverside shopping, and endless southern recipes. Look forward to the day by taking advantage of nearby transportation, whether that means utilizing over two dozen MATA Trolley stops that span across the city in three routes, or book a hotel close to Memphis International Airport for complimentary airport shuttles, the most popular stays located along the west side’s Mill Branch Road. With fifteen minutes separating downtown from the poplar Memphis International Airport, the region is exceptionally easier to experience with a private lift of your own– get to each unique corner with intimacy by booking a private sedan, SUV, or chartered bus, also considering the luxury of executive limousines & taxis for event drop-offs to Memphis Cook Convention Center.
Go for the gold in terms of what there is to do, taking advantage of downtown’s hottest attractions as soon as you wake up. Start the morning with a walk through Mud Island River Park, located behind the convention center and offering scenic trails alongside an on-site museum exploring the history of the roaring river. Enjoy the cultural aspect of the area as well, choosing between authentic relics and moments recorded at the National Civil Rights Museum alongside classic pop culture staples dedicated at the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. Keep the harmony going by checking out Graceland while you’re out, getting a tour of the Vegas-chic palace located next-door to the airport before your flight. Squeeze some time in for food before you leave, some of the most popular downtown dishes served at Central BBQ (next-door to the Civil Rights Museum) and Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken (Front Street), afterward winding down with the live music and club ambiance of Blues City Café.