Nashville Travel Guide: In 10’s

Hey, pretty girl!

When you step off the plane and into Nashville International Airport, you immediately know you’re in music city. With Nashville becoming a booming metropolis for all music, tech and bridal parties – Nashville is the place to visit right now!

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Where to Stay:

When my family was in Nashville for spring break, we opted to stay in an Airbnb. With bigger groups (aka over 4 people) it can be hard to find a hotel room. While I wished we stayed closer to the inner-city, this was a quieter area and was only an uber ride away to many top visiting locations!

1) This specific Airbnb that we stayed in had the cutest Nashville decor and made you feel right at home. Other great extras things included board games, record player and lighted mirrors.

2) Hilton Nashville Downtown

3) Airbnb Nashville Cottage

4) Sheraton Music City Hotel

5) Airbnb Contemporary Apartment

6) Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center

7) Airbnb Townhome with Outdoor Space

8) Dream Nashville Hotel

9) Airbnb Apartment on Broadway

10) Onmi Nashville Hotel

What to Do:

1) Grand Ole Opry Tour & Show

2) Madame Tussauds

3) Tour of the Ryman Auditorium

4) Nashville Zoo (you can pet Kangaroos!!)

5) Explore the Opryland Hotel (this is where I purchased my cowgirl boots)

6) Johnny Cash Museum

7) Belle Meade Plantation Tour

8) Shopping in the Gulch (this is where the angel-wing mural is wink wink)

9) Country Music Hall of Fame

10) The Parthenon

Where to Eat:

1) Milk & Honey (grab morning coffee before shopping in the Gulch)

2) Corner Bakery Cafe

3) Aquarium Restaurant

4) Hard Rock Cafe

5) Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse (a lil on the pricey side but so worth it)

6) Corner Pub Downtown

7) Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery

8) Sam’s Place (if you go anywhere on this list, GO HERE AND ORDER THE HAND-BREADED CHICKEN STRIPS – you will thank me later)

9) Savannah’s Candy Kitchen

10) Goo-Goo Shop

With Love, Marin

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