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Book Cheap Flights from Boston to Nashville

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Airports in Boston

Situated in the East Boston, Logan International Airport (General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport) serves the city of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. This international airport is the largest in the New England region and 17th busiest airport in U.S.A. (in terms of passenger traffic). Owned by Massachusetts Port Authority, the airport is a hub for Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, and PenAir. It is also a focus city for Azores Airlines, and JetBlue Airways. It offers passenger & cargo services for domestic & international destinations. These include Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, San Francisco, London, Toronto, Dublin, Paris, Frankfurt, Dubai, Munich, Doha, Istanbul, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport using Logan Express, app ride, limos, shuttles, taxis, airport shuttle bus, MBTA Silver Line bus, water taxi, and more.

Explore Nashville

Nashville, capital of Tennessee, lies almost in the center of the state on the Cumberland River. With its many universities and colleges, along with its superb reproduction of the Parthenon, it’s often called the “Athens of the South” Founded in 1779, Nashville, although an important financial center, is perhaps best known as the capital of country music, as evidenced by such attractions as the Country Music Hall of Fame and the city’s famous Music Row district. The city serves as an excellent jumping-off point to explore the rest of Tennessee, and Nashville’s surroundings offer many historical and recreational attractions, including old plantations and Civil War sites.

Things to Do in Nashville

The Nashville Parthenon

In Centennial Park, a short walk west of the city center, is the famous reproduction of Athens Parthenon. Originally built of wood in 1897 to commemorate the state’s centenary and later rebuilt in cement on the same site, it’s an impressively accurate full-scale replica of the original Greek temple. Inside is a permanent art collection of 63 works by 19th- and 20th-century American painters, along with a 42-foot- high replica of the statue of the goddess Athena Parthenos covered with gold leaf. Also, worth seeing are the replicas of the famed 5th century BC Parthenon Marbles.

The Tennessee State Capitol

The Tennessee State Capitol, built on the most prominent hill in downtown Nashville, was designed in a simple Neoclassical style and is capped with a temple-like lantern. Started in 1845 and made mostly of local Tennessee limestone, this impressive structure is the anchor of the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park linking the legislature with the downtown core. Guided tours are available at no charge (on the

hour, 9am-3pm) as are self-guided tours, and the Public Galleries are open to visitors on legislative days. The building also houses the Tennessee State Museum with exhibits spanning the prehistoric to Civil War periods, along with displays of furniture, weapons, and paintings. Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is itself worth exploring. This 19-acre site commemorates the state’s 200th anniversary and includes a huge granite map imbedded in the concrete plaza along with numerous fountains and statues of Tennessee-born Presidents Andrew Jackson and Andrew Johnson.

Downtown Presbyterian Church

The Downtown Presbyterian Church - one of more than 600 churches in Nashville - is a splendid example of Egyptian Revival architecture. The Egyptian decorative theme is continued inside in the wall paintings, woodwork, and stained-glass windows. Used as a hospital during the Union occupation of the city during the Civil War, it was designated Hospital No. 8 and housed 206 beds. Self-guided tours are available, and guests are welcome to attend events and services.

Best Time to Fly to Nashville

The best time to visit Nashville is from April through October, when the warm weather brings the city to life. Although December is quite charming with Christmas decorations at the Opryland Hotel and the Belle Meade Plantation, winter is low season. From November to March, you will find drastically lower prices on flights and hotels (excluding the holidays).