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Nashville, the capital of the US state of Tennessee, is located on the
Cumberland River in the north central part of the state. It is a beautiful
hub for the music, publishing, transportation, healthcare, and banking
industries, and a home to a plethora of first-rate universities and
colleges. Nashville is often called the 'Athens of the South' and is a
wonderful jumping-off point to explore the rest of the state. The city is
abounding in quite a lot of recreation and historic attractions.
Things to do in Nashville
Music Row, also known as the heart of Nashville, is in the downtown
Nashville. It is the heart and soul of the music industry of the nation.
Besides numerous souvenir and memorabilia shops and museums devoted to
musicians and music.
The Nashville Parthenon
Nashville Parthenon, located at a short walk to the west of the city
center, is a popular reproduction of Athens' Parthenon. This structure was
originally made of wood in 1897 to memorialize the Tennessee's centenary
and was later rebuilt in cement. Nashville Parthenon is an engrossingly
precise full-scale replica of the original Greek shrine.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, set in an enormous building in the
center of downtown Nashville, treats tourists with a multi-media display of
historical performances, gold records, instruments, memorabilia, and
costumes. Tall windows of this property bear a resemblance to the keys of
Best Time to Fly to Nashville
The best time to book flight from Boston to Nashville is from April through
October, when the warm and soothing weather brings the city to life.
Although December is charming, winter is low season. From November to
March, tourists will find drastically lower prices on Nashville flights.