Expert Travel Advice to Tennessee

Top Answers To Tennessee Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Does it have to be Tennessee? If not, I'd recommend Asheville in North Carolina, which has a good range of indoor and outdoor options for a weekend trip on the other side of the Smoky Mountains from Tennessee. In Tennessee, I'd say Nashville or Memphis, both of which boast a range of activities for kids plus will be relatively easy to fly into (read: cheaper flights!). Here's a link to Away's Tennessee Family Vacations Guide, where you'll find loads more ideas and advice: http://vacation.away.com/tennessee/travel-v1-cid1436-tennessee-cid350262-family-vacations.html
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    exporing caves in tennessee
    Anonymous user answered:
    Plenty of options, yes. For example, Cumberland Caverns is touted as "Tennessee's largest show cave." Alot of it depends, of course, on your level of interest and whether you're looking just to tour a cave or get into full-on spelunking. Plus, which part of the state you're planning to visit.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    It's pretty much a straight shot from Nashville to Knoxville along I-40, with not that much to see in between (maybe stop for a hike a Cumberland Mountain State Park?). If you've got some time before or after the wedding, you should definitely use Knoxville as your jumping-off point for Great Smoky Mountains National Park. On your way home, you could also take in Chattanooga, which has a burgeoning downtown scene and attractions like an aquarium, Lookout Mountain, and a children's discovery museum. Easy spot for an overnight detour. Stay at the 199-room Chattanoogan and get dinner at Table 2 (don't miss the Hot Rock Honolulu Fish Tasting appetizer -- yum!).

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