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Nashville is known for its hot chicken, live music, and swanky speakeasies. Every year millions of tourists file through the Music City to shop, let loose, and enjoy some of the best bars and restaurants the South has to offer.

If you're planning a trip, it can be beneficial to ask someone who lives in the area about popular spots that can't be missed. Many of these spots can be left off of your itinerary.

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Nashville, Tennessee, and Atlanta, Georgia, are both fantastic travel destinations with unique nightlife,affordable hotels, and some of the best food the South has to offer. Their convenient distance makes them ideal for city hopping if you're up for a little road trip.

The road from Nashville to Atlanta is only a four or five-hour drive depending on the traffic that day. This leaves plenty of time to stretch your legs and explore after spending time cooped up in the passenger seat.

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We always venture to lakes, beaches and waterfalls but it's easy to overlook the beauty of nature underground. Caves and caverns are the hidden gems that pique our curiosity the most and being able to explore them is an experience like no other. Mammoth Cave National Park near Nashville is insanely enchanting and you need to explore its glory at least once in your lifetime.

Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky is only a short, 1.5-hour drive from Nashville and we're sure you won't regret the trip. It's the largest known cave system in the entire world, with over 420 miles of underground beauty.

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With so many mountain towns in the state of Tenessee, it's easy to find a wooden cabin to stay in while you're in the area. But if you really wanted to switch it up, try staying in one of these treehouses for a true tree-top adventure.

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When it comes to visiting the famous Music City, most people want the most bang for their buck because getting all the drinks, food, and experiences don't come cheap. The Graduate Hotel in Nashville that opened earlier this year will give you that sense of living like a King, but without the hefty price tag. Be kind to your pockets and get one of the coolest experiences in the city by staying a night at this location.

Nashville's Graduate Hotel opened its doors for the first time in January of 2020 and guests will be able to start booking stays here again on July 1.

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Summer is almost here, which means it's almost time for weekends with friends and assembling the road trip crew. The Music City is a popular vacay spot for bachelorette weekends or even just to get away from reality for a bit. This Airbnb in Nashville is the perfect place for a quick girl's getaway weekend.

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When you plan a trip to Nashville, the options of places to stay are endless. Whether you're on a trip with all your friends or you're with your significant other on a romantic getaway, there are tons of Airbnb's to choose from that won't break the bank. This one Airbnb in Nashville is the most wish-listed property and you'll want to stay here. 

Dreamy Tiny House Cottage in Nashville is the perfect place to stay if you're going on a romantic vacation for two. This tiny house was built by the owners and was completely customized.

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With warmer weather just around the corner, we need to start thinking about the more important things in life, AKA road trips. There really is nothing like hopping in the car with friends and blaring music while you go on an adventure. This short road trip from Nashville is right down the road and is worth going to check out. 

Hidden River Cave is located in Hidden River, Kentucky which is only an hour and a half from Nashville. You will travel deep underground and cross the longest underground swinging bridge in the entire world.

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When traveling to big cities, some either like to stay where all the action is, and some like to stay a little outside of the hustle and bustle. With the number of Airbnbs in Nashville, you're sure to find at least one that fits your liking, and most of them are very affordable. These Airbnbs in Nashville are dreamy and will give you an one-of-a-kind experience. 

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Lord of the Rings is one of the most iconic series of movies ever made, whether you're a fan or not. There is just something about the Hobbits that pull us in; everything about them is interesting. There is actually an Airbnb in Tennessee that looks just like a hobbit house and you have to check it out. 

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Even though it might be Christmas time, this is around the point during the winter when we are wishing for tropical weather. The Nashville airport is also thinking the same thing. Nashville International Airport (BNA) just announced non-stop flights to Puerto Rico from Nashville and other major cities for this the coming summer. 

If there is one thing most of us can agree on, is how annoying connecting flights can be. You just want to get to your destination with no stress, which is what BNA is trying to fix.

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Tennessee has many fields, farms and mountain areas that make for great camping spots. When you are vacationing and trying not to break the bank on expensive Airbnb's and hotels, you need to get creative. This Nashville glamping Airbnb has been turned into the ultimate retro sleepover experience, and it's pretty cheap too. 

The Bus at Rancho de Barnes is not your average school bus or Airbnb. The hosts have turned this 1986 white school bus into a retro, cool glamping experience you've never seen before. It's only 25 minutes from Nashville and it sits on a mini-farm. 

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