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Airports in Denver

The city of Denver is served by Denver International Airport, also known as DIA. The Denver International Airport is the 6th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the U.S.A. Also, it is the largest airport in the country by total land area. Owned & operated by City & County of Denver Department of Aviation, the airport is a hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United Airlines. It also serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations like Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt, Calgary, London, San Jose, Tokyo, Zurich, Dallas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and more. Passengers can easily commute from & to the airport using charter buses, commuter rail, hotel shuttles, limousines, mountain carriers, public buses, shared-ride services, taxicabs, and mobile app services.

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

Travelers Rest Plantation

Established in 1799 by John Overton, a law partner and presidential advisor to Andrew Jackson, Travelers Rest Plantation is an excellent example of the region’s early architecture. The site of the Battle of Peach Orchard Hill during the Civil War, the plantation building now serves as a museum highlighting life in the early 19th century, as well as the region’s history over the past 1,000 years, from its origins as a Native American settlement to its role in the Civil War. A variety of specialty tours are available, including lunch options.

Nashville Zoo

Explore the plains of Africa, delve into the rainforests of South America, and discover the many animals of Asia at Nashville Zoo. Animals on display include rare clouded leopards, Baird tapirs, toucans, and Bengal tigers in habitats that represent their natural environments. Lorikeet Landing allows you to enter an aviary and be surrounded by more than 50 Australian parrots, while kids will love the Wild Animal

Carousel, Wilderness Express Train, and the large Jungle Gym where they can slide, swing, climb, crawl, and explore.

The Belle Meade Plantation

A short distance from the city center, the Belle Meade Plantation, built in 1845, is a handsome old Southern mansion in Greek-Revival style. During the two-day Civil War Battle of Nashville in 1864, Union and Confederate forces fought in the front yard of the mansion, and evidence of gunfire can still be seen in its massive stone columns. Guided tours are available, along with culinary experiences and other fun

seasonal programs. The gardens and grounds of the mansion are also worth exploring and consist of several early 19th-century buildings.

Best Time to Fly to Nashville

The best time to visit Nashville is from April through October, when the warm weather brings this city to life.

Nashville Travelers' Reviews

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