Featured Destination:

Nashville

Named to 2021 lists like “top 15 cities in the U.S.” (Travel + Leisure) and “top 10 friendliest cities in the U.S.” (Condé Nast Traveler), Nashville showed that it continues to rock. This welcoming creative capital city is full of musicians, artists and chefs who continue to churn out new music, new designs and new restaurants.

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New luxury hotels like 1 Hotel and the Four Seasons will soon be ready for visitors, adding to the growing number of places to stay in Nashville. Be sure to check out new exhibits at the Frist Art Museum and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Don’t miss the National Museum of African American Music.

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Even if you’re not an aspiring musician, you know that Nashville is full of iconic venues like the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium. Music of every genre is the rhythm of the city and is written, recorded and performed here every day. Pay homage at the Music City Walk of Fame on Music Mile.

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Creativity requires fuel and Nashville is definitely a foodie destination. The term “meat and three” traces its roots to Nashville and refers to a main dish with three sides. Hot chicken is a Nashville staple, as is low-and-slow barbecue. Head to the bars on Honky Tonk Highway to wash it all down (and maybe dance it off).

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The Nashville summer soundtrack includes concerts galore, beer festivals and outdoor activities. See your favorite artists at CMA Fest (June 9-12) or Americana Fest (Sept. 13-17). Celebrate America at the free downtown event (July 4). Cheer on Nashville’s major league soccer team at Geodis Park.

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