My first visit to Nashville was just in August 2016. I was amazed by everything the city had to offer! Yes, I had assumed that Music City was just about country music, but boy was I wrong.
Because I was on a press trip, I was whisked to a huge variety of Nashville’s sites and restaurants. But this is a city I would love to go back to and explore more in depth (and at a slightly less frenetic pace).
Nashville has something for everyone, whether you have a family of young kids, are into almost any variety of music, love outdoor adventures, history, art or food. You can learn more about Nashville and plan your visit at Nashville’s VisitMusicCity.com tourism website.
My Nashville stories so far:
- For Montecristo Magazine, about a collection of rare vintage Italian cars at the Frist Center.
- For Paste Magazine, about chefs riffing on a historical candy: Gourmet Goo Goo Clusters.
- For The Wayward Post, A wayward weekend in Nashville.
- Two hotel features, for Luxury And Boutique Hotels:
Note: My trip was hosted by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation, but, as usual, all the opinions in my articles are my own and no one from the tourism bureau or any of the companies I mention reviewed my articles.