Being a wanderlust is fantastic. It keeps you on edge every time, and you get to experience new things almost every day.
I was lucky enough to visit the home of Country Music- Nashville, Tennessee.
It is a magical place which many international travelers usually miss out on because they are unknown about its history and roots.
It is a big city with a moderate population and intense culture, and that is what makes it absolutely perfect. Nashville is the home of country music, and almost every American knows that very well. Many big stars like Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, and many others have started there careers from Nashville itself.
Visiting Nashville was one heck of an experience for me. Nashville is the kind of city which makes you dance even if you don’t know any sort of steps, makes you want to sing even if you don’t know the lyrics and makes you want to drink even if it is 3 in the afternoon and you will always be riding on a kick-ass hot chicken wings high.
Nashville as a city is very welcoming.
You will for sure find amazing places to eat which will blow your mind and the hotels, what should I tell you about the hotels; they are just amazing in Nashville. The people of Nashville are extremely hospitable and they will even suggest you about the best places to visit during your trip there.
Nashville is not only known for its hip culture and history of music, but it is also known for its lush parks, educational museums, and typical southern hospitality. All of these combined together becomes a delight for avid travelers from all over the world.
In my opinion, the best time to visit Nashville is in Spring. The pleasant, cozy and charming atmosphere, as well as the soothing breeze, will compliment everything that Nashville is historically known for. I really believe that Nashville is one of the most photogenic places ever in the world. Wherever you look, it is all beautiful and charming, whether it is the buildings or the people of Nashville.
The major sights in Nashville include the Country Music Hall Of Fame, Johnny Cash Museum, Ryman Auditorium and many other places where you will find the true culture of Nashville. Nashville is also known for its live musical performances and for those, you can visit places like The Grand Ole Opry. To find yourself in the lush parks of Nashville, you can visit Centennial Park. Major restaurants and bars that you can visit are Party Fowl, Walden Bar and many other great places like these.
Visiting Nashville is an experience that is one of a kind and the kind of vibe you will get here is the kind you will find nowhere in the world. Nashville being the hub of a certain genre of music doesn’t limit to that and you will be able to experience all sorts of things that you have never experienced before. Going to Nashville and visit such a city was the greatest decision that I ever made this is the kind of trip that I will remember for the rest of my life.