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Tennessee Travel Tips

Getting to Tennessee Vacation Rentals

There are two international airports in Tennessee. The Nashville International Airport hosts regular commercials flights on most major North American air carriers. The second airport is in Memphis. There are several other smaller regional airports that serve the more remote communities of Tennessee.

Visitors to Tennessee Cabins

Tennessee attracts visitors that have a strong interest in American culture and history. There are many museums and interesting historic sites scattered throughout the state. It is a great family destination, and those who enjoy country music and sports will love visiting the many halls of fame.

Things to See and Do at Tennessee Resort Rentals

The State of Tennessee is divided into three main regions, namely the west, middle and east. Middle Tennessee is characterized by rolling hills and it is the home of the state capital of Nashville. Nashville vacation rentals are in the heart of what is known as the country music capital of the United States. If you know the country music legends, you will want to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame where you can see photographs and hear the stories behind many of the singing stars.

Anyone who has an interest in American history will want to visit a while in Nashville. It is one of the oldest working capitals in the country and has many historic buildings. There are many old battlefield sites and memorials that are tributes to fallen heroes of the Civil War. You can visit two of America's most famous whiskey distilleries at Jack Daniels and George Dickel. Tennessee has a strong equestrian tradition and there are many horse trails that take you out to explore the countryside. You can also take a leisurely cruise down the Cumberland River on the historic General Jackson Showboat. If you like motor racing, get tickets to watch some of the races at the Nashville Speedway. Golfing enthusiasts can enjoy a round of golf on one of the many top quality golf courses in and around Nashville.

Eastern Tennessee is a destination for those who enjoy sports and the outdoors. Parts of the famous Appalachian Trail pass through the Smoky Mountains, making it a great destination for hiking near Gatlinburg cabins, Pigeon Forge cabins and Sevierville cabins. There are many family attractions, including the Tennessee Aquarium which is home to hundreds of marine animals. There is also the International Storytelling Center and the Knoxville Zoo.

Western Tennessee is a musical and cultural delight. Here you can visit the Stax Museum of the American Soul, and learn about the history of Beale Street, Graceland and Sun Studio. There are many Civil War battle sites in the area. For some insight into Tennessee's history, visit the National Civil Rights Museum.

Best Time of Year to Visit Tennessee

In every season, Tennessee is a great destination to visit. Summers are hot and the days are long which make it an ideal time for outdoor exploring and adventures. During the summer months, there are many cultural events and outdoor music festivals that take place. It is also a great time of year to enjoy a memorable family vacation. When the season starts to turn in Tennessee, it is done with celebration. There are hay rides, pumpkin carving competitions, hot cider to be enjoyed around bonfires and the beautiful fall foliage to appreciate. Winter is a family time in Tennessee where many of the younger generation return home for Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations. Streets and homes are adorned with colorful lights and there are many markets and festivities to enjoy. Spring is the romantic season in Tennessee. The colorful blossoms and bright green hues of the landscape invite exploration and romantic strolls in the countryside.

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