Tennessee is one of the most populous states of the US South. Its wow factor resides in its founding role in the music scene and place as a hub of American culture. Rock, Blues, and Country music can all claim history in Tennessee, as it was home to some of the greats such as Elvis Presley. Apart from its musical renown, Tennessee also has amazing landscape features with the Blue Ridge Mountains and Gulf Coastal Plain. The entertainment possibilities are almost overwhelming with so many different activities and cities to see.
Memphis is the biggest city in Tennessee while Nashville is its capitol, arguably the most well known city. A visit to Nashville, home of country music, must must must include visits to Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame. The Parthenon is another must see for a break from music attractions. The nightlife of Nashville is one of the most lively in all the US with restaurants, bars, and live music everywhere.
Memphis in West Tennessee and is all about Rock. Sun Studios and Elvis Presley's house, Graceland, are popular places to tour because of their cultural significance, though the Memphis Zoo, Beale Street and The National Civil Rights Museum are also a favorite for visitors.
For a break from city life, you can travel to the east. Against the backdrop of the Smoky Mountains, Dollywood is an amusement park with endless family fun. Still too many people around? The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has a whole range of activities to surround yourself with nature.
There are hundreds of Tennessee vacation rentals in the East, West, and Center. Love country music? Check out apartment rentals in Nashville. You can find Memphis rentals near any and every attraction you want to visit, so don't worry about having to pick and choose. Even in the mountainous East, Tripping has all kinds of rentals near the Smokey Mountains so you can enjoy the natural landscape and have a comfortable place to rest your legs after a long hike.
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