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|Nashville city centre|
|Nashville International Airport (BNA): 7 mi from city centre|
There's much to love about Nashville so it's no wonder you're looking for the cheapest flights to Music City, USA. Catch flights to Nashville International Airport (BNA) onboard British Airways, United Airlines, American Airlines or US Airways from London and Manchester.
Nashville has some pretty hot and humid summers so spring and fall tend to be the most popular times to plan a holiday in Nashville. Winters are cool but very short, December to February. Book your flights to Nashville at least six months in advance for the best ticket prices.
Flights to Nashville take around 12 hours with stopovers from London.
From the Grand Ole Opry to the Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville dishes up a generous helping of live music, history and heritage. Civil war era museums, parks and houses that used to be lived in by presidents, now it's just up to you to decide what to see and do first!
Grand Ole Opry: Likely the most famous thing to do in Nashville is go see the live concert broadcast of the longest continuous radio program in the United States. It is broadcasted every Friday and Saturday night.
Belle Meade Plantation: If you hire a car in Nashville, take a trip out to the mansion built in 1853. There's also a log cabin there, the oldest in Tennessee from 1790. There is plenty of stories to be told by the guides about the American Civil War and is a must.
The Hermitage: This was the home of the former US President Andrew Jackson and is full of his family's possessions. The house tour takes around two hours.
Find more information on Visit Music City.
Nashville has plenty of hotel accommodation, particularly in the downtown area. There is a handful of youth hostels just you'll mostly find mid-range hotels like the Best Western, Comfort Inn, Country Inns & Suites, among all the other usual American hotel chains.