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Airports in Fort Lauderdale

The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport serves the city of Fort Lauderdale. Situated in the Broward County, Florida, U.S.A., the airport lies nearly 5 kilometers away from the city's center. It is owned by Broward County and is operated by Broward County Aviation Department. The airport is a hub for Silver Airways, Spirit Airlines, IBC Airways, and Tropic Ocean Airways. It also serves focus city for Allegiant Air, JetBlue Airways, Norwegian Long Haul, and Southwest Airlines. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. These destinations include Atlanta, Baltimore, Newark, San Juan, Toronto, Montreal, Nassau, Port-au-Prince, San Jose, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport using courtesy shuttles, rental cars, shared rides, taxi cabs, hotel shuttles, and public transportation.

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 is 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

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is set in a stunning building in the heart of downtown Nashville, its tall windows resembling the keys of a piano. The museum features a multi-media display of historical performances, costumes, instruments, gold records, and memorabilia. Other highlights include a Cadillac that once belonged to Elvis, a massive 40-foot guitar, a tour bus, and a recording booth. Guided tours of the historic RCA Studio B are also available.

The Grand Ole Opry

It was this radio show, which began broadcasting in the 1920s, that put Nashville on the map as the “Country Music Capital of the World”. Although its venue has changed over the years, the Grand Ole Opry continues to host top country performers like Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. And a trip to Nashville is not complete without stopping by the Grand Ole Opry House for a tour to look back through the ages. Get a behind-the- scenes look one of three ways: with a daytime backstage tour, a post-show tour or a VIP tour.

The Johnny Cash Museum

Uncover the enigma behind The Man in Black with a visit to The Johnny Cash Museum. The museum, which opened in April 2013, boasts the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia, including films, handwritten notes and letters penned by Cash himself along with more than 25 costumes made famous during the music legend’s career. Exhibits spotlight different periods in Cash’s life, including his years in the Air Force, his marriage to June Carter and his famous prison concert tour.

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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