Tennessee, in the southern part of the US is arguably the country's most soulful state and home to a beloved and vibrant music scene that continues to attract music loving travelers from across the globe year in and year out. From the preserved Graceland, former home of the King of Rock himself, to the neon buzz of Memphis, and the rocking nightlife of Nashville, Tennessee has something for everyone.
Famous for its soul music and recording studios that played host to a range of well known legendary American soul singers, Memphis is a must visit while traveling through the state. Embrace the vivid nightlife and ambience of Memphis at the lively bars, restaurants and jazz clubs on Beale Street Historic District. Be sure to take a day trip out to Graceland - Elvis' famous mansion and tour the house and gardens to see how the King lived in private. Nashville should not be missed and a visit to the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium should feature on every Nashville bucket list.
Travelers to Tennessee should be sure to stop at the major cities of Nashville and Memphis.
Tennessee gets very hot in the summer, so the Spring and Fall months are the best time to go.
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