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|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 23|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 24|
|Popular Airlines||Delta Air Lines|
Take either I-245 or I-94 for easy access to Detroit Wayne County (DTW). Upon arrival, park in one of the onsite lots and head off to your terminal. You'll hardly have time to settle in your seat, as typical flight times are just over an hour. For easy access to all of Nashville during your stay, pick up a rental car upon landing at Nashville Metropolitan (BNA).
Though the area offers much to do, it is most known for its association with country music. For some musical enjoyment, visit the Grand Ole Opry, home of a radio show that began broadcasting in the 1920s. Make a stop at The Johnny Cash Museum to learn more about this musically important man in black. To experience the old south, visit The Hermitage, a mansion constructed in 1821 for President Andrew Jackson. Also worth exploration is the Belmont Mansion, the largest house museum in Nashville.
If you seek immersion in the classic south, seek accommodations in The District, short for The Historical District. For a newly rebuilt neighborhood with trendy loft spaces, pick a hotel in Germantown. The weather in Nashville changes with the seasons. Summer can be oppressively hot and winter can be quite cold. For the best opportunity to explore Nashville without fighting either extreme, visit in fall or spring.