Tennessee is the country music capital of the World. The state is in the south of the United States full of Hollywood type pleasant small towns, scenic backdrop, and educational campuses.
Tennessee is divided into three regions. The Western part is home to the biggest city Memphis. This region shares borders with the Mississippi River and forms the Mississippi Delta. Here is a drone shot of Mississippi River and Memphis downtown.
In the East is the hilly terrain of the Appalachian Mountains. Cities like Gatlinburg, Knoxville, and Bristol are in the east. Between the west and the east is the capital city, Nashville. You cannot help but gawk at the stunning landscape ahead of you while listening to the melody of country music.
Rock n’ Roll & Country Music Capital
Cities which you must visit include Gatlinburg, Chattanooga, Cookeville, Greeneville, Johnson City, Memphis, and Pigeon Forge. If you want a day out with family, Pigeon Forge is the place for you. It is named after famous Hollywood actress Dolly Parton. The amusement park contains all the rides and entertainment needed to keep you and your family happy.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Tennessee is home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. Visiting the park will lead you through dense rainforests and diverse wildlife. Gatlinburg is one of our favorite vacation towns in the US. We love Gatlinburg. You can get plenty of free Moonshine tasting in the town.
Other Things To Do
Greenville is a quaint little town which abounds in the pleasant scenery. Chattanooga has many attractions like Rock City, Chattanooga Choo Choo, and the Tennessee Aquarium. Johnson City, Knoxville, and Cookeville are educational cities. You will find cozy cafes and pubs in these areas.
Taste authentic southern cuisine in Tennessee. There are elegant dining options at dream prices. Groove to the rock ‘n’ roll in Memphis while you relish hearty southern food.
You can fly to the important cities. However, if you want to go off the beaten path, then you will have to drive around. There are public transportation systems in the main cities. They are helpful to get you around within the city, but will not help you move from city to city. So you must rent a car (which goes without saying).
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November 27, 2016 2:10 pm
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