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Ride the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway on the Chattanooga Choo Choo, marvel at America's highest underground waterfalls at Ruby Falls, admire one of America's prettiest towns at Gatlinburg, within the scenic Great Smoky Mountains National Park, or stay in a cosy log cabin in the stunning Pigeon Forge Forests.
Don't miss the opportunity to tour the Jack Daniel's Distillery in Lynchburg, Moore County, or discover historic Knoxville, a modern Appalachian city with fabulous dining, museums, nightlife, shopping and family fun guaranteed.
Flying into Memphis International Airport (MEM) or Nashville International (BNA) takes you through the major gateways to this musical state renowned for the blues as well as country and rock and roll. Alternatively, you can fly via various US cities into Knoxville (TYS) or Chattanooga Lovell Field (CHA).
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Surprisingly, the major airports of Memphis and Nashville do not enjoy non-stop flights from the UK...
However there are many connecting flights on offer with the big carriers across the Atlantic.
Flights to Memphis take around 12 and a half hours upwards, with airlines such as American Airlines and British Airways via Chicago, Delta via Detroit and Atlanta, United via Chicago and New York or US Airways via Philadelphia.
Flights to Nashville take around 13 hours with US Airways via Charlotte,, United via Houston, Delta and Virgin Atlantic via Detroit and Atlanta and American Airlines and British Airways via New York.
Once you’ve touched down in Tennessee, you’ll have no problem getting where you need to be...
On arrival at Memphis International Airport (MEM), there are a variety of transportation options available to get you to your final destination, including hire cars, taxis, shuttle buses and hotel/motel shuttle buses. The same can be said for Nashville International (BNA), Knoxville (TYS) and Chattanooga Lovell Field (CHA), each with plenty of on-site personnel to help with your onward journeys.
Both Memphis and Nashville airports are conveniently located within a 15-minute drive of their downtown areas. This makes ground transportation fast and cheap. Taxis, shuttle services and buses are popular options, though many visitors to America hire a car to make seeing the sights a doddle. Vehicles can be collected at the airports upon arrival when you arrange car hire in Tennessee.
If you’ve booked cheap flights to Knoxville airport (also known as McGhee Tyson Airport) or booked a ticket to Chattanooga Lovell Field, you can also collect pre-booked vehicles.
Famed for its southern hospitality, natural beauty and serene weather, Tennessee has something for everyone to enjoy...
Regardless of the time of year, Tennessee, with its mild temperate climate, is a wonderful destination. And it doesn’t matter when you visit, the welcome at the state’s hotels will always be the same: warm, genuine and unforgettable. This is the Deep South of America, after all, where, when they say, “Have a good day, y’all”, they really mean it.
In Memphis, you should try and stay downtown or close to Graceland, to make the most of your trip. In Nashville, downtown is also a good choice to be close to the many attractions, though the Gaylord Opryland Resort on the outskirts of the city is also popular. Just like any other major urban area in the USA, Tennessee’s main cities are jam-packed with a variety of hotels, spanning the price range from five-star elegance to budget motel.
The car is king in America, so you can stay on the outskirts of town and still cram in all of the major attractions. Having a car also enables you to take a road trip, hopping from a luxury city-centre hotel to a lodge in the mountains.
Whether you want historic or modern, big or small, urban or rural, there’s a hotel for you in Tennessee. Compare prices on hotels using the search tool on TravelSupermarket.