Standing proud as the capital of Tennessee, Nashville is renown for bringing out the heart and soul of the state, not only in terms of downtown celebrations but natural getaways that surround the Cumberland River. See it all in style by making sure you’ve got a ride that sings, staying close to Nashville International Airport with a hotel on Royal Parkway & Donelson Pike, home to tons of free perks that include shuttles, breakfast, and on-site eateries, or use the popular Music City Star commuter rail to get through downtown via locomotive, whether you’re checking in for an event at the Nashville Music City Center or just taking in sites along the river. Remember that you can also reserve a solo lift for the added perk of privacy, getting to quiet museums with a matching sedan as much as opulent eateries on 5th Street via stretched limousine.
Follow good vibes by keeping your eye on the prize, whether that means how to have fun on a lunch break or where to take the kids for the afternoon. Enjoy Greek Revival architecture alongside southern history at the Belle Meade Plantation, looking forward to a tour of the elegant mansion before delving into the equally charming atmosphere of Belmont Mansion, which boasts a 19th-century colonial vibe. Keep the architectural ball rolling by visiting full-sized replica of the Greek Parthenon afterward, continuing onward into pop culture artifacts at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Spend some time checking out quaint riverside landmarks before a walk along the 1st Street Riverwalk, checking out The Johnny Cash Museum & Café for a cup of coffee on the go, then enjoying quaint views from River Lawn and Landing, which is easily accessible by crossing the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge.