Tennessee Car Hire
Last Updated: 11th April, 2017 | By Chris Williams
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Must-see drives in Tennessee
Nashville, the capital of Tennessee and the heart and soul of country music is the perfect starting point for your road trip. Hire a car at Nashville International Airport and begin making your way through the sights of the city - get a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House, visit a honky tonk, or embark on a frightful haunted tour offered around the city.
Head east along the I-40 and you’ll find a very different side to Tennessee. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park and surrounding area is filled with lush forests, glacier peaks, and valleys covered in wildflowers.
Driving through the park is a pleasant, winding drive through mountains and valleys. Take the Newfound Gap Road to Cades Cove Loop and you’ll see a wide variety of plant life and stunning vistas. You may even catch a glimpse of animals like deer, turkey, bears, and even turtles. The loop is the perfect place to take pictures and learn about the history of the people that lived in the mountains dating back to the early 1800’s.
Nearby Gatlinburg is the perfect place to kick back for a few days if you want to stay and explore the mountains through day trips with your car. This gateway to the mountains is cozy, friendly and has many great family activities. Visit the Space Needle, or stop in at the Smoky Mountain Brewery for comfort food and beer on tap.
If you’re travelling with kids, make a stop in Dollywood near Gatlinburg. 2015 is their 30th anniversary celebration and the thrilling theme park is filled with more musicians and activities than ever before.
Drive west along the I-75 and you’ll reach Chattanooga. The city is filled with great activities like the aquarium, Raccoon Mountain Caverns, and the very popular 45-metre tall underground waterfall Ruby Falls.
The last stop on a road trip through Tennessee is Memphis. Located along the Mississippi River, the city is the heart of blues music, world class barbecue, and Elvis Presley. Music lovers will enjoy Beale Street Historic District, the heart of the entertainment scene and home to a varied blues music history. And, of course, you will have to try some barbecue while you’re in town, so stop in at Central BBQ for a fun and funky taste of their perfected rib recipe.
Every road you travel in Tennessee will fill you with the music and soul of the state, your road trip awaits!