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Nashville, the state capital of Tennessee, is located on the banks of the Cumberland River, nearly exactly in the middle of the state. The city is home to a plethora of institutions and schools as well as a magnificent replica of the Parthenon, for which it is sometimes referred to as the "Athens of the South." Also known as the "hometown of country music" and "the birthplace of bluegrass," Nashville has R&B roots as well as a strong pop and rock music industry. Every year, tourists rush to the city for the opportunity to listen to live music in the honky-tonks on Broadway and to see the famed recording studios on Music Row. Nashville is also a great starting place for seeing the rest of Tennessee, and the area around the city offers a variety of historical and recreational tourist attractions, including ancient plantations and Civil War battlefields.

For a memorable trip, book your Nashville car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals! Prices for car rental in Nashville start from just $74 per day for a compact car like a Ford Focus or similar. A full size car such as a Chevrolet Malibu costs an average of $89 per day.

Guide of Nashville


Located in the heart of the state, Nashville is the state's capital and most populated city. It is situated on the Cumberland River and serves as the county seat of Davidson County. Nashville has a population of 689,447, making it the 21st most populated city in the United States and the third most populous in the Southeastern United States as of the 2020 census.

Climate in Nashville

A humid subtropical climate characterizes Nashville, with hot, humid summers and typically mild winters. The best time to visit Nashville is between April and October, when the city comes to life thanks to the pleasant weather. Winter is low season, notwithstanding the beautiful Christmas decorations at the Opryland Hotel and the Belle Meade Historic Site in December.


In addition to its world-famous blues scene, Nashville is a fantastic southern cultural destination with significant African American influences. Visitors can also enjoy jazz, rock, and country music at various locations.

Things To Do in Nashville

Discover the Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry, which began as a radio broadcast in 1925, helped to establish Nashville as the "Country Music Capital of the World." Legendary artists including Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban have all performed here on a regular basis. Almost a century later, it continues to provide the finest in country, folk, gospel, and bluegrass music. Seeing a concert here will undoubtedly be a once-in-a-lifetime event. A midday backstage tour with skilled interpreters who will regale you with anecdotes as you roam through its 18 historic dressing rooms is also available. Later, at the Opryland Hotel, savor the Opry Back Porch BBQ.

Explore the Belle Meade Historic Mansion and Winery

Belle Meade Plantation, located 8 miles southwest of downtown Nashville, belonged to Nashville's wealthiest family, who also controlled the biggest thoroughbred horse farm in the United States. The spectacular Greek revival style palace in the center of the plantation's 30 acres of well-kept grounds was built in 1853 and is peppered with Civil War bullet wounds. You may walk around the grounds and home with guides dressed in period attire who will tell you about the slaves' ties with the plantation owners and their ultimate liberation. This hour-long 'Journey to Jubilee Tour' is a fan favorite. Another popular trip for families and younger people is 'Stories of Slavery and Freedom.' Later on, you may choose to sip wine from the on-site winery.

Visit the Parthenon

Nashville was known as a hub of higher learning before it became renowned for country music, due to the several institutions and universities that were built here. In 1897, a full-scale copy of Athens' Parthenon was erected here, earning it the moniker "Athens of the South." Nashville's Parthenon, located in Centennial Park, now serves as a magnificent art museum, displaying replicas of sculptures seen within the original, as well as paintings by 19th and 20th century American painters. The most popular tourist attraction is a 42-foot-tall figure of Athena wrapped in gold leaves. The site is lit at night, and you will enjoy exploring it.

Eating Out in Nashville

Nashville has a wide range of food alternatives, from fast eats to gourmet dining establishments. Here are a few of our favorites. Big Al's Deli is a popular breakfast and lunch spot for both residents and travelers. The homey atmosphere and genuine friendliness, as well as the perfectly-cooked meals, keep people coming back. Their fried catfish and spicy Carolinian shrimp are delicious. Lyra serves Middle Eastern food. Some of their famous meals that you will like are hummus, baba ganoush, and lamb manti. After that, indulge in some baklava or Turkish coffee. Their whiskey drinks are also renowned. Rosie Food & Wine serves excellent Spanish-influenced food. The menu changes often, but expect tapas-style meatballs with garlic bread, Iberico ham, octopus, and patatas bravas.



Nashville is served by Nashville International Airport (BNA). It has nonstop flights to 96 destinations in North America and Europe.

Getting Around Nashville

The MTA offers a public bus system with routes downtown and expedited service to and from the airport. Metered taxis are also available, as are Uber and Lyft automobiles. BCycle, which rents electric bikes and gas stations across the city, is another alternative. The city also has a modest light rail system.

Many visitors also opt to explore Nashville at their own leisure and have access to the most remote parts of a place by renting a car. Many car rental suppliers can be found in the city center.

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FAQs about car rental in Nashville

Most frequently asked questions about renting a car in Nashville

The average cost per day of renting a car in Nashville is just US$83.
Prices for Nashville car rental start from just US$67 when booking in advance with Enjoy Travel.
To rent a car in Nashville, you must be at least 21 years old.
Additional drivers can be added to your Nashville car rental agreement upon request.
The best car for exploring Nashville would be an economy car such as a Chevrolet Spark or similar.
The distance between Nashville Airport and downtown is around 12 miles.
The distance between Atlanta and Nashville is around 248 miles.

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