09/30/2008 05:00PM ● Published by Super Admin
How to Get There
Before you plan a trip to Nashville, keep these tips in mind. Each season offers its own advantages (spring and summer tend to be particularly warm and activity-packed) but weather can be unpredictable. Check the forecast in advance, but don’t expect it to be set in stone– be prepared for varied temperatures (a jacket for chilly evenings, for example), humidity and the occasional rainstorm. Commercial flights between Sacramento and Nashville will contain at least one stop, and consequently air travel time generally starts at about five and a half hours. Once you reach Nashville, you’ll find that many of the downtown attractions are within walking distance of one another, and cab services are available. However, since distances of 10 miles or more separate many attractions of greater Nashville, and there is not an extensive public transportation system in place, it is wise to rent a car.
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