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Immerse yourself in the fresh magic of beautiful Tennessee a state known for its richness in splendid scenery, mild weather and hearty farming environment. Located on the southern area of the country and bordered by other eight states, Tennessee is a peaceful land, full of wonders to discover and plenty of accommodations for all budgets.

A tour around Tennessee might as well start at its capital, Nashville. Known as “Music City”, there are a multitude of events, tours, restaurants and live entertainment to see. The best part is that the city has plenty of lodging options for tourist, whether it's a small inn away from the crowds or a brand-name hotel located right in the middle of the action. Another musical city that cannot be missed is Memphis, the largest one of the state, the birthplace of blues. Inside the Memphis metropolitan area there are hotels, motels and extended stay lodging to fit any budget.

Away from the crowded cities, Tennessee has much to offer. Agritourism has become an important attraction for families wishing for a vacation out of the ordinary. The strong farming culture in Tennessee —there are 84, 000 working farms in the state— has created this new kind of tourism, one that allows kids and adults to learn and have fun at the same time. Farm bed and breakfasts are sprinkled all over the state, offering visitors plenty of choices to choose from. Towns like Gattinburg and Dayton are some of those choices. 

When traveling to this medium-size state, visitors have unending choices for lodging. From the snug to the spacious, hotels, motels, resorts and inns are a part of the alluring panorama. Leisure travelers have the choice of staying inland or near the water in towns like Pocahontas and Fairview, where state parks are one item of the list of attractions. Chattanooga and Knoxville, on the east side of the state, are favorite spots for tourists. Motels and hotels are located nearby main attractions like the aquarium, the zoo, the birthplace of country music and NASCAR's home.

The west side of Tennessee is, on the other hand, a preferred location for nature lovers.

Surrounded by the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers, the west if full of natural wonders that attract outdoor sports fans. Jackson and Newbern, cities on the west of the state, have excellent golf courses and plenty of lodging choices for those who visit Tennessee to play or watch the experts.


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