Nashville is not only the capital of Tennessee, but the musicÂ capital of the world. Located on the Cumberland River inÂ Davidson County, Nashville is truly music city with the abilityÂ to listen to live music anytime of the day all year long.Â Nashville is home to the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand OleÂ Opry, and many musicians such as Jack White and Sheryl CrowÂ have come to call this city home. Music isnâ€™t the only thing hasÂ to offer.
With new restaurants opening daily, the culinary arts haveÂ flourished in this great city. There are few places one can goÂ and not have an incredible meal. And if you want to get away,Â it only takes 20 minutes to experience Middle Tennesseeâ€™sÂ rolling hills.
Located in the heart of the city, downtown NashvilleÂ features many of the tourist attractions that have madeÂ Nashville popular. This is also where the TennesseeÂ Titans, Nashville Predators and The Soundsâ€™ stadiumsÂ are located.
East Nashville has become one of the cityâ€™s trendiestÂ areas. With the low-key atmosphere and authentic feel,Â everything from the food to the people makes thisÂ community a great place to be.
Five points is located in the center of east Nashville, this areaÂ is teeming with local restaurants, bars and shops.
Shelby park is aÂ Nashville park since 1912, Shelby Park is aÂ place to bring your dog and friends to enjoy theÂ weather.
One of the oldest communities in Nashville. ManyÂ of the homes in this area are extravagant andÂ date back into the early 1900â€™s. This is also homeÂ to many of the city’s hospitals, Vanderbilt University and the Centennial Park.
North Nashville is home to many unique aspects.Â Whether you are interested in Nashville andÂ Tennessee history and want to venture upÂ Capitol Hill, or you want a tasty culturalÂ experience in Germantown, the north part of theÂ city has many great aspects.
Also known as 21st Avenue, this section ofÂ Nashville is placed in between Vanderbilt andÂ Belmont University. This area caters to bothÂ young families and the nearby college scene.