Located in central Tennessee, the city of Nashville is home to just under 700,000 people. A condo rental in downtown Nashville puts you in the heart of the city's thriving cultural scene, with bars, restaurants, and the famous Grand Ole Opry all close at hand. If you prefer a more spacious place, check out some of the larger houses near the city center.
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More than a quarter of the accommodations provide a pool, which makes Downtown a great vacation destination for vacationers looking to spend vacation poolside. Also, more hotel room offer a pool than condo. Usually, hotel room with pools in Downtown can welcome 5 vacationers and have an average cost of $521 a night. You can also rent an accommodation with a pool near the water, which is the case for most of the rentals in this destination.
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Southern Comfort Food with a Smile
Nashville's food scene effortlessly combines traditional Southern specialties done to perfection, with an urbane, cutting-edge flair. The city is famous for Southern classics like meatloaf, brisket, or steak served with creamy mashed potatoes, black-eyed peas, and greens. International cuisine is also well represented on Nashville's menus, and families traveling with children will appreciate crowd-pleasing favorites such as pizza, fried chicken, or tacos.
Fine dining hasn't been forgotten here in Nashville, and contemporary restaurants such as The Chef and I or Etch offer a modern twist on classic dishes from around the world. For a real treat, try the tasting menu at The Catbird Seat, where the 10 featured offerings vary according to the season. Booking in advance is essential, as there's often a lengthy wait for a table.
Keep the Kids Entertained
Nashville is a very family-friendly destination, with great options for days out with the little ones. One of the best is the Nashville Zoo, where the focus is firmly on conservation and education. There are regular zookeeper talks through the day, and kids will love walking through the kangaroo enclosure while the 'roos hop beside them.
Another great option for children is Fannie Mae Dees Park, known as Dragon Park to the locals. The nickname comes from the large mosaic snake sculpture slithering in and out of the greenery. The park has plenty of green space for running, kite flying, or riding bikes, as well as several play areas for different ages.
Embrace Nashville's Music Scene
When you mention Nashville, most people think of country music. No visit to the city is complete without at least one night out at the Grand Ole Opry, which offers nightly showcase performances featuring as many as eight different artists on the same bill. Whether you're a fan of country or not, it's impossible not to be swept up in the atmosphere of this legendary American institution.
Away from the Opry, most of the city's nightlife is in the 20-block downtown area known locally as "The District," comprising three of Nashville's historic districts. Choose from hundreds of bars with live music, dance the night away in a club, or feast on Southern food in one of the restaurants on or around Broadway.
Things to See and Do in and Around Nashville
Many of the most popular attractions in Nashville are also music-related, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Johnny Cash Museum are certainly worth a visit. However, there's a lot more to this city than just music. One of the city's most historic buildings is the Hermitage, the colonial-style home of the 7th president, Andrew Jackson. Walk through the rooms and learn about the history of the house and its inhabitants from the costumed interpreters, who will whisk you back to the 1830s. Leave plenty of time to explore the peaceful gardens, and to visit the tomb of the president and his wife, Rachel.
One of the best-preserved green spaces in the city is Radnor Lake State Park, 10mi. south of downtown Nashville. Follow the nature trails and try to spot the resident mink, otter, herons and owls, visit the aviary center with captive birds of prey, or take a picnic and relax by the shores of the lake.
Visit Nashville's Annual Events
Nashville is Tennessee's largest city, playing host to the state's most important annual events. One of the highlights of the calendar is the State Fair, which takes place at the beginning of September and attracts huge crowds. Spend the day listening to live music, sampling produce from local farmers, watching the livestock judging, or enjoying the fairground rides. Full schedules are published online to allow you to plan your fun in advance.
Nashville also hosts a long-established film festival each October, showcasing acclaimed movies from around the world. Films shown during the week of the festival are judged by theme, including—naturally—music. Movie buffs can attend screenings, take part in workshops, and attend receptions and parties with the filmmakers involved.
Information about vacation rentals in Downtown Nashville
|🏡 Vacation rentals||693 properties|
|💳 Possible discounts||up to 37%|
|🌙 Nightly prices starting at||$129|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Internet, Air conditioning and TV|
|🐾 Pet friendly accommodations||1,479 properties|
|🏊 Vacation rentals with pools||2,323 properties|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical price per night for a vacation home in Downtown Nashville?
The average accommodation in Downtown Nashville is priced at $129 per night. If you would like to stay in a house rental, the average price is $982 per night. A apartment rental Downtown Nashville will cost $530 per night on average.
How many vacation rentals are available to book in Downtown Nashville?
Currently there are 693 vacation homes in Downtown Nashville to browse and book for your trip.
What amenities are most popular for vacation homes in Downtown Nashville?
Most travelers look for Internet, Air conditioning, and TV when booking a vacation rental in Downtown Nashville.
How many vacation homes with pools are there in Downtown Nashville?
Downtown Nashville offers 2,323 Hotel room and Condo options available for renting.
Are dogs allowed in vacation homes in Downtown Nashville?
If you are traveling with a pet in Downtown Nashville - 18% of vacation rentals are pet-friendly.
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