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Nashville is the heart and soul of the country music industry, and is home to a large number of colleges and universities.

Nashville is the heart and soul of the country music industry, and is home to a large number of colleges and universities. 

Population: 626.681

Nashville is the second largest city in Tennessee, after Memphis, and the fifth largest city in the Southeastern United States. The city is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries, and is home to a large number of colleges and universities.

It is known as a center of the music industry, earning it the nickname "Music City". however, in recent years, Nashville has done much to escape its country music image and become a regional center of culture and commerce. Nashville is also the epicenter of the contemporary Christian music industry and  is also notable for line dancing as well.

Nashville has been the home of the world-famous Grand Ole Opry  since 1925. Nashville has several arts centers and museum, also has a great bar scene. 

Nashville has cool, relatively short winters and hot, humid summers, with long spells of spring and autumn in between. Winter temperatures commonly hover slightly above freezing, and a fair amount of light snow generally falls throughout the months of December to February, with generally cool to moderately cold winters, Monthly averages 3.2 °C in January.

Nashville can be prone to severe thunderstorms and tornadoes during the spring and fall months. Summers are hot, but no more than the rest of the southeastern U.S. with temperatures 26.3 °C in July.

The bus system in nashville and davidson county is extensive. There are plenty of City Buses and Routes to take you around to all the different neighborhoods of Nashville. You can buy daily passes, single pass or even weekly passes for your fare.

By bus: Nashville Operates routes throughout downtown and the surrounding area. Nashville's bus system is designed around a central station. The schedule accommodates a 9AM-5PM schedule with limited late night service.

Route maps and schedules are subject to change but are available from the Nashville MTA website. Nashville's bus system is designed around a central station. 

By train: The Music City Star, Commuter train runs Monday - Friday. The train runs from Lebanon to Downtown's Riverfront Station. There are two shuttle services that transport people for no extra charge, passengers use their Music City Star ticket to board. 

One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 1.85 $    

Monthly Pass (Regular Price): 50.00 $


Grand Ole Opry: This show has been the starting point for the careers of many of the most legendary country stars in history and today continues to be a place where rising stars are often discovered. This is one of the top attractions of Nashville.

General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises: Sit back, relax, and enjoy the incredible country music, delicious food, and beautiful sights aboard the General Jackson with a lunch or dinner cruise. Each cruise offers guests a high energy country performance and delicious food.

Nashville Zoo: Voted one of the top zoos in the nation. This zoo has everything from the rare macaw to an everyday frog to share with guests. The incredible diversity of animals and exhibits make this zoo a fun place to visit every time you come to Nashville.

The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson: See the estate which exemplifies the antebellum South in the 1800s. This estate has been carefully preserved and turned into a partial museum for visitors to come explore.

Cumberland Carriage Tours of Downtown Nashville: Enjoy a beautiful horse-drawn carriage tour around the Downtown Nashville area and take in sights like Symphony Hall, Music City Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame as you stroll through the streets, pulled along by a pair of black and white Percheron Quarter horses.


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