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The country music capital of the world is home to a near 630,000 people, and is the fifth largest in southeastern region. The U.S. Music City has long been associated with having a lively, carefree atmosphere, full of laid-back folks who know how to have fun and relax. You do not have to be a music lover to enjoy Nashville, although being one will certainly make your trip even more exciting.

Flights to Nashville

The Nashville International Airport is frequently used by both the public and military sectors, and is deemed a primary commercial service space. Of its four runways, the longest is capable of landing any-size aircraft, further adding to its importance as a southeastern flight zone.

2014 proved to be the airport’s busiest year so far, with over 11 million domestic and international passengers passing through its gates. In addition to featuring 47 carrier gates and 78 commuter-parking positions, Nashville International is a central zone for Southwest Airlines and has recently been for American Airlines. Other domestic airline companies that serve the city include Delta, US Airways, United, Frontier, and Bahamasair. Foreign flights can be booked through AirTran and Alaska Airlines.

Nashville Favorites: Nearby Attractions

The Grand Ole Opry is a famous American cultural icon and many legendary country musicians have graced its stage. Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Fontanel Mansion, The Escape Game, Ryman Auditorium, and The Johnny Cash Museum are the city’s other hot local go-to spots.

To say there are fun things to do in Nashville is a major understatement, as this is also where the Tennessee State Museum, Centennial Park, Belmont Mansion, and Radnor Lake have their roots.

Essential advice for the Nashville tourist

If you are planning a trip to Nashville, try to go between April and October, as this is when the weather is ideal for indoor and outdoor adventures. Cash-saving enthusiasts who are not bothered by cooler temperatures should travel in the off-season (November through March), as this is the time of year when flights and hotel rates are at their lowest. There is no public bus system in the city, so a rental car is the cheapest and most efficient mode of transportation.

Waiting until winter is not the only way to get cheap flights to Nashville. Thanks to Skyscanner’s digital flight search engine, you can take advantage of discount airfare and even bundle prices with the city’s popular hotel chains! 

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