This reborn Southern scene ranges from rebel to ritzy all in the same block. Explore these avenues and you’re sure to discover an intimacy found nowhere else.
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Downtown Nashville is alive with exciting live music, great food, and elegant hotels. World-famous Lower Broadway is at the heart of downtown, offering something for every kind of taste, fun, and sound. Watch the video!
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Germantown, lined with beautiful Victorian buildings and homes, has great restaurants and shops making Nashville's oldest neighborhood the perfect place for a daytime stroll or a nice evening out. Watch the video!
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The 12South neighborhood offers everything from boutique shops to art galleries and music stores. Take a break at any of the coffee shops, restaurants or bars that line the row. Watch the video!
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Marathon Village, a unique neighborhood of sorts that has become quite a Nashville hotspot, is made up of a group of 100-year-old warehouse buildings which was originally where the Marathon, a car made in the early 1900s, was built.
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South of Broadway’s honky tonks and neon lights is an area called SoBro, filled with the new Music City Center convention center, hot new restaurants, attractions, cocktail bars, and trendy hotels.
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Home to more than 400 businesses and 40 recording studios and music publishers, Berry Hill offers everything from a make-your-own-pancakes shop to a dog bakery.
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Southwest of downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a beautiful setting with homes, businesses, restaurants and nightlife that run the gamut from funky to upscale.
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Donelson is just 10 miles east of downtown Nashville and is often the first and last place seen by visitors that travel to Nashville by air.
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