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Honky Tonkin' on Broadway is a MUST. It is touristy and you will see lots of bachelorettes and stumblin' over-served folks. Can go for mid-day drinks or late night boozing. Day time roof top drink... más información

Good Ole' Broadway in Music City USA.... This is what Nashville is all about! A well deserved tourist spot known for all of it's Honky Tonks with great live music. Pop in and out of all the plac... más información

Go in ANY of the bars of Broadway for live music almost 24-7. Good music, good drinks, and tons of sights to see. You can see the Titans Stadium, Bridgestone Arena where the Preds play hockey, the ... más información

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The Gulch is home to Bar Louie, The Pub, Sambuca(live music), Cantina Laredo, Burger Republic, clothing boutiques, the Laurel House, Station Inn (live music), and walking distance to M Street resta... más información

Many of my favorite restaurants (with bars) are down in an area called "The Gulch". There are many to choose from to include; Whiskey Kitchen, Virago, Cantina Laredo, Sambuca, Saint Anejo, Kayne P... más información

The Gulch District has perfectly combined its industrial background with a modern contemporary style and has developed into a hotspot for young urbanites. Old warehouses have been renovated into re... más información

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I've created an extensive curated map & guide for guests of East Nashville Retro Ranch. It includes restaurants, music, vintage / thrift shops & off-the-beaten-path activities, best music venues, c... más información

Chock full of local restaurants and bars, Five Points is East Nashville's most well-known hangout and one of Nashville's more unique scenes. East Nashville is home to a variety of unique bars and r... más información

The area known as Five Points is actually East Nashville's central commercial district. The Five Points has small eclectic bars, late-night cafes, quaint boutiques, & also has several music venues!

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One of Nashville’s hottest neighborhoods, 12South has emerged as the perfect one-stop destination to live, eat, drink, play, and socialize. Stylish shops, beautifully-restored homes, charming coffe... más información

Filled with great food and shopping. It's a great neighborhood to check out. Everything is located on this street, but finding parking might be a bit difficult. BBQ Coffee Bakery Pizza Yoga Bike ... más información

12 South is a great place for Boutique shopping and food! Check out Reese Witherspoon's shop, Draper James, or grab a unique gift at White's Mercantile. We love a lazy stroll down this strip of sho... más información

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Downtown Franklin, Tennessee is a vibrant blend of historic preservation and modern sophistication. Just 14 miles from Nashville, you’ll find an oasis of Southern hospitality housed in a 16-block N... más información

Historic Downtown Franklin. Voted best small town in America. Just a short drive down I-65 South. Many stars make their home here and sometimes you can spot them just hanging out/eating/ shopping. ... más información

About 30+ minutes South of downtown is the charming, historic downtown of Franklin. Stroll the shops and restaurants of Main Street. (Merridee's Breadbasket for a pastry, Philanthropy boutique, Gra... más información

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Currently made up of roughly 5 "dive" and karaoke bars, the alley became the center of the city's nightlife and serviced the hotels, restaurants, and saloons fronting on Fourth Avenue, which was kn... más información

Tiny alley historically housed vaudeville and burlesque now lined with bars including Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie, British pub Fleet Street and several karaoke bars.

This area (which is actually an alley) is so fun and gritty.. great for the late night crowd. You never know who is going to sit in with the band at one of these little watering holes.. always great

Recomendado por 36 anfitriones de la zona

Obviously if you came to Nashville for music the best place to find what you are craving is right down town. Park in the Gay Street lot for $10 or at the Music City Center for $5-10 depending on t... más información

My favorite spots(or where i think everyone visiting Nashville will want to go) are Tootsie's(now with a rooftop patio), Tin Roof, Robert's Western World, Crossroads, Rippy's, Paradise Park(best pl... más información

Lower Broadway. Where you'll find storefront after storefront of live music - Honky Tonks. The music starts in the morning and goes til closing time. There is no shortage of talent. Favorites inclu... más información

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John Seigenthaler was a Nashville icon. I had the pleasure to work with him occasionally and hear stories from his rich life as a journalist and civil rights activist. Fitting that the city named... más información

Because you may find yourself on Broadway at least once during your stay in Nashville, you might as well see the downtown district laid out in panoramic glory while above the Cumberland River. Some... más información

The pedestrian bridge spans the Cumberland River, connecting the Titans Stadium on one side to Downtown/Broadway on the other. Particularly beautiful at sunset. Great park on the stadium side.

Recomendado por 38 anfitriones de la zona

Nashville's newest, huge, green, convention center. Some interesting displays of old music items among other things. Near historic Lower Broadway.

Many of my guests attend conventions held at the Music City Ctr. There's a FREE Shuttle bus 2 blocks from me that will take you to the Music City Ctr.

Even if you aren't going to an event here, just walk by this thing. It's a marvel of modern architecture and design. Also, there is a football field sized garden on the roof...if you can get up there

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Franklin - Built 1826, home became a hospital for the Battle of Franklin soldiers.Largest privately owned military cemetary in the Nation. Widow of the South to be made into a movie.

If you only see one historic site while you are here, this is the one to see. Beautiful home and garden, great story well told by trained guides. Bonus? Canoe launch/fishing spot across the street.

If you're interested in Civil War history, this is a must see. Situated just north of downtown Franklin, it was at the heart of the Battle of Franklin.

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In East Nashville there are a ton of bars to check out, places to eat or venues to listen to great music. I recommend bars: Red Door, 5 Spot, Holland House (swanky and a bit pricy but totally worth... más información

If you want to break away from the country side of Nashville try out East Nashville. It's a hipster paradise of culture, art, skinny jeans, and beards. Favorites include: 5 spot, Drifters, 3 crow, 308

If you like to be different and have a night that could take you anywhere, go out in East Nashville. Let me know if you want an East Nashville bar crawl itinerary!

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Midtown is a great spot for locals and tourists alike. There are several bars right in a row where you can find everything from local brews to PBR. With a few restaurants like Chewys and SoulShine ... más información

This is where the locals hang out. Great bars, restaurants with live music at multiple bars such as Losers, Winners & Soulshine! The best whole in the wall bar in Nashville is Midtown Corner Pub:)

Midtown provides more of a local experience, and it's just on the other end of Broadway near Vanderbilt. Favorite bars include: Red Door, Blue Bar Winner's, Losers, and ReBar

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Where most top notch publishing houses, recording studios, record labels, publicists, agents.. etc, are parked. Most of the record labels and big names in music have offices here. They aren't mere... más información

Music Row is very unique, just like Berry Hill in that most of the record labels and big names in music have offices here. They aren't mere offices either; they are in houses that line the streets.... más información

Arista, BMG, Sony, Warner, Big Machine, BMI, CMA, and all the other little labels, managers, recording studios, and what the city is known for. Stop by Sun Studios and see where Elvis made many of... más información

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A picturesque village on the National Register of Historic Places offering the quaintness of the past and the convenience of the present. Local restaurants serve good food and shopping includes an... más información

Leipers Fork is a small, artisan community located just off the Natchez Trace - a transit way created by Native Americans and extensively used by early Tennessee settlers. Leipers Fork has many gal... más información

Unique "country town" Great healthy breakfast at The Country Boy Cafe. Music at Puckett's Grocery. Art Gallery and antique stores make for a fun day of wandering around.

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Nashville was the last city to join the confederacy and the first to fall. If you're a history fan, you'll be able to learn about the Battle of Franklin and see where it all happened.

The Battle of Franklin was one of the bloodiest battles in the Civil War. There are many sites around town and the Carter House is one not to miss.

The site of the Battle of Franklin during the Civil War. So much history, definitely worth a visit.

Recomendado por 14 anfitriones de la zona

Many restaurants and great bars to enjoy in the area close to the Cottage. A few boutiques and a great Cupcake Shop on 6th! Bike rental on the corner of 5th and Monroe.

Germantown is one of Nashville's growing hip areas to be. It has an array of great bars, restaurants, and coffee shops. Only steps away from the condo.

Old and new Nashville at its best! Lots of new restaurants to enjoy in this historic neighborhood that has been transformed into the hot place to live and play.

Recomendado por 24 anfitriones de la zona

Probably the best photo spot in Nashville for a photo with the skyline in the background. The bridge runs from Nissan Stadium to the Demonbreun downtown, so tell your Uber/Lyft driver to take you t... más información

Take a walk (or rent a bike and ride up and over) The views of our city are really beautiful and you can see about all of it! The bridge stretches over the Cumberland River, and sometimes you can ... más información

Connecting East Nashville to downtown (local tip: you can park your car for free and walk across the bridge to enjoy downtown (and not have to worry about parking)). Also, some of the best views of... más información

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A history-rich and antiquated automobile factory was transformed into a thriving creative community and center for commercial, performing and visual arts. This is a historic building in an old fact... más información

This is a historic building in an old factory - mostly indoors, boutiques, coffee cafe, lots of artsy and unique gifts. American Pickers is here, and an art gallery. I highly recommend and go fre... más información

A history-rich and antiquated automobile factory was transformed into a thriving creative community and center for commercial, performing and visual arts. Definitely worth visiting.

Recomendado por 14 anfitriones de la zona

I've created an extensive Map for guests of things-to-do in Nashville and surrounding areas. Restaurants, music, vintage / thrift shops & off-the-beaten-path activities. Use it to plan your visit!

Nashville is Music City. Historical homes and plantations. Museums, zoos & botanical gardens. Riverboat cruises and the Grand Ole Opry House.

Music City and capitol of country music. International airport with excellent selection of food, music and fun for all.

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Downtown - More than 1,000 top ten hits were brought to life here including 150 Elvis songs. Studio B is part of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tours start at the museum where you board a bus for ... más información

Because if you love music, this is where many hitmakers were made! Tours of Studio B depart hourly between 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. daily from the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.

Downtown - More than 1,000 top ten hits were brought to life here including 150 Elvis songs. Book more than 24 hrs ahead. $12.99

Recomendado por 10 anfitriones de la zona

Green Hills area has a little bit of everything. There are two malls in the Green Hills area and both have something for everyone. From boutiques to eateries and everyday shopping.

The Apple store, Nordstrom, Vera Bradley (Store), the Cheesecake Factory and more!

Best mall for high end stuff around town. Right across the street from the Bluebird cafe.

Recomendado por 10 anfitriones de la zona

Want to rent a boat or pontoon? This is the place to go. Everyone is super friendly and it's on beautiful Percy Priest Lake. Check out the marina restaurant, Shipwreck Cove!

Reserve your party boat for a half or whole day on Percy Priest Lake just on the East side of Nashville.

Boat Rentals available as well as dining at Shipwreck Cove. Food & Spirits on the water

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Fido is a coffeehouse - highly recommend it for their breakfast. Fido is located in Hillsboro Village which is has lots of great shops to check out and numerous other restaurants to try.

The Hillsboro Village neighborhood near Vanderbilt has great bars, restaurants and upscale clothing and home stores. Great for window shopping!

Restaurants, shops, salons and blow-out bar, rental bikes, 15-minute walk

Recomendado por 5 anfitriones de la zona

If you love looking at beautiful homes (like I do) I highly recommend driving around Belle Meade! It's super close to the house and a fun way to see beautiful homes.

Drive down Belle Meade Boulevard to see some of the most beautiful and expensive homes in Nashville. End your road trip at one of the amazing Warner parks.

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One block from Shelby Park and bus stop. Coffee shops, restaurants and bars within walking distance, 1 1/2 miles from LP Field and downtown Nashville. Smoker's area outside, courtyard use and grill !

A beautiful neighborhood just across S 14th St, you'll find inspiring architecture and deliberately appointed homes along some of Nashville's oldest residential streets. Not that it's any better th... más información

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Catch the Olde Town Trolley across the street from Primmstone House Bed & Breakfast in front of the Belmont Mansion. This is a narrated hop-on/hop-off style tour that will give you a good overview ... más información

This takes you all around the iconic places in Nashvilles Downtown area, and lets you hop on and off, staying as long as you wish. Great for a morning or afternoon, with kids or elderly.

Hop on and off old style trollies to see the sights.

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This exquisite home was built in the late 1800s and was owned by the Merritt family. The property surrounding it is equally alluring, with a huge, expansive yard. The neighbors tell us that a membe... más información

A beautiful mansion -- tours given periodically -- next to the Two Rivers Greenway, a walking trail that crosses the Cumberland River.

Just a mile down the road, Built in 1859, once part of 1,100 acre plantation. There is another building on the grounds built in 1802. Tours in the summer.

Recomendado por 5 anfitriones de la zona

2nd Avenue North is one of the primary locations for food, drink, nightlife and Nashville's well know music entertainment venues. A great place to familiarize yourself with what the city has to off... más información

Fun to just walk around. Lots of restaurants, local color. Tourist area of town.

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Arguably the location that the most photographs of Nashville skyline is taken is from the Shelby Walking Bridge. Walk over the Cumberland river and see the skyline, riverfront parks, Nissan stadium.

Take the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge to head into Downtown! Super beautiful view of the city and easy access to all the honky tonks and bars!

Your access to downtown via foot! Pedestrian bridge also has parking on the East Nashville side to delete .5 miles off your walk from the house.

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Hillsboro/Belmont is one of the first neighborhoods where foodies fell in love with Nashville cuisine. From Pancake Pantry or Fido to PM or a group outing to Cabana you will love this area of town... más información

Another pocket of bars, shops, and eats. Check out Hillsboro Village located as 21st Ave South becomes Hillsboro Village in the Vanderbilt Campus neighborhood.

Belmont and Hillsboro Village are super cute areas.