From musical attractions to historic landmarks, you’ll never run out of things to do with our top-rated Nashville tours, bookable on isango at the best prices. Nicknamed the Athens of the South, there’s an abundance of history in Nashville that makes it perfect for history buffs. Visit The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek structure, the Adventure Science Center is a great place to spend an afternoon with your little ones, and don’t miss out on some live music at the honky-tonks on Broadway. Book tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Grand Ole Opry, all top Nashville attractions! Explore the charms of this charming southern city on action-packed sightseeing tours and grab the best deals and discounts on isango!
Food scene: Taste the best of what Nashville has to offer. The city’s vibrant culinary scene is immensely popular, so make sure to do a thorough research of the coffee shops, barbeque, fine dining, and casual dining options before your trip to know what are the places you’d like to visit.
Multi-cultural vibe: Visit Plaza Mariachi, a converted grocery store that houses shops, markets, and restaurants, and explore Nolensville Road for a taste of the multi-cultural scene of the city. Sample Thai, Mediterranean, Latin, Cuban, Indian, and other cuisines and experience the ethnic and immigrant side of Nashille through its food, shopping, and music.
Connect with nature: If you’re an outdoorsy person, then Nashville won’t disappoint! There are plenty of gorgeous parks, hiking trails, walking paths and bike lanes within the city. Rent a bike and go exploring, enjoy a morning hike at Radnor Lake and attend a yoga class on the front lawn of the Parthenon.
Good to know
Best time to visit
The months from April to October are ideal for a Nashville visit as the beautiful summer weather makes it perfect for sightseeing. December is also a good time and if you’re a budget traveler, this is the ideal month for a visit as it is a low season and rates are comparatively lower.
There are plenty of ways of getting around Nashville like regular cabs, rented bikes, electric scooters, and pedicabs. The MTA bus service is another budget-friendly option and has 2 routes: The Green Circuit (which runs between the Gulch and Bicentennial Mall) and the Blue Circuit (which runs between Riverfront Station and the Tennessee State University campus) that cover many Nashville attractions. A good way to get around the downtown area is by free golf carts (although tips are encouraged).
Money saving tips
Be a smart traveler and book Nashville tours and tickets well in advance to get the best rates. Booking online is always more sensible than booking on-site as there are many deals and discounts online that can help you save tons of dough. Travel by public transport like the MTA bus service (also called the Music City Circuit) and get around on pedicabs and golf carts in the downtown area. Shop for local groceries and try to have at least one meal that is self-prepared as eating out regularly can strain your budget considerably.
Did you know?
Cool Nashville facts to impress fellow travelers with!
Nashville’s Centennial Park boasts the only replica of the Greek Parthenon. A sculpture of Athena Parthenos inside the Parthenon is the tallest indoor sculpture in the western hemisphere at 42 feet high.
Elvis Presley recorded more than 200 songs at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio B. There is still a string of Christmas lights on display that were hung to help the singer get into the spirit while recording a Christmas album.
Nashville gets its name from a revolutionary war hero, Patriot General Francis Nash. Nash’s name was also used for the now historical landmark of Fort Nashborough.