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Love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to plan a romantic trip with your partner, and there’s no better destination than Nashville. The Music City has everything you need for a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway – intimate restaurants, a wide variety of activities, and cozy accommodations. 

If you’re considering a Valentine’s Day vacation to Nashville, let the team at UrbanNashville help. We provide well-appointed vacation rentals throughout Nashville and use our local expertise to help guests plan an unforgettable trip. Here’s what we recommend for a Valentine’s Day vacation of romantic fun in Nashville.

The Best Romantic Restaurants in Nashville

You can’t plan a Valentine’s Day getaway to Nashville without checking out at least one of the city’s most romantic restaurants. Nashville’s food culture is rich with flavors, and the intimate settings of these restaurants set the mood for a day of romance. Here are some of our favorite romantic restaurants in Nashville.

Romantic Things to Do in Nashville for Valentine’s Day

Spend your Valentine’s Day trip enjoying some of Nashville’s most romantic activities! General Jackson Showboat offers a Valentine’s Day cruise where you’ll enjoy a delicious dinner, live performances, and beautiful views. Don’t worry about getting cold; General Jackson Showboat Cruises are climate controlled.

If you prefer to stay on land, take a stroll around Centennial Park. This urban park brings stunning natural beauty to the city. Here, you’ll see the iconic Parthenon, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, monuments, and more. Take a walk around the park and take in the beautiful and serene setting. Plus, you m

We also recommend a romantic night out on the town. Nashville is flooded with local shops, restaurants, and honky-tonks, all fun stops during your adventure. Start downtown, where the streets are lined with an abundance of potential stops. If you get sick of walking, a carriage ride is a romantic way to get around. What’s more romantic than exploring the city with your lover by your side and making new memories you will share forever? 

Romantic Valentine’s Day Lodging in Nashville

A riverside condo, perfect for a romantic Valentine's Day in NashvilleWith your itinerary set, the last thing you need to do when planning your Valentine’s Day getaway to Nashville is to find the perfect accommodations. UrbanNashville features a wide range of vacation rentals in some of Nashville’s most prestigious destinations. Some of our guests’ favorite Nashville vacation rentals for a romantic getaway include the riverside unit Championship Nashville, a cozy home in the heart of 12South, and this charming condo in Melrose.  You can book your lodging with us online or call 615-669-1293 for more information.

Unlike other locations, Nashville is just as fun to visit in winter as in other seasons. Sure, you might need to bundle up a little more than you would otherwise, but the weather is still comfortable, and the Music City is still bustling with activities and attractions that will keep you entertained. 

Are you debating whether to take a vacation to Nashville in the winter? The team at UrbanNashville is here to help you make up your mind; we’ve compiled a list of five reasons why Nashville is a great destination to visit in the winter. Continue reading to decide for yourself.

1. Comfortable Weather

Nashville temperatures take a dip in the winter months, but they are still comfortable for all sorts of activities. Even during the coldest months, high temperatures range from the high 40s to the low-50s. Sure, it isn’t a tropical setting, but the weather is comfortable to walk around in with a jacket, and it shouldn’t dissuade you from all of the fun that awaits your visit.

2. Smaller Crowds

Over the years, Nashville has become a hotspot for tourism, but in the wintertime, the crowds dwindle. If you hate large crowds, winter is the perfect time to visit, as things are just a little bit quieter. There’s still plenty to do, but fewer people are waiting to enjoy it, allowing you to make the most of every moment of your winter vacation to Nashville.

3. The Music Never Stops

They don’t call Nashville the Music City for nothing, this town’s musical culture is in full effect all year long. Even in winter, there is never a shortage of musical entertainment in Nashville. Head to the famed Grand Ole Opry or stop into one of the city’s many honkytonks and prepare to have your ears blessed with the songs of talented bands and musicians. 

4. Exciting Holiday Events

As the temperatures cool and the holiday season approaches, Nashville transforms into a festive winter wonderland. Walking around town, you will be able to take in countless dazzling displays of holiday lights. Besides that, Nashville hosts tons of holiday events, from Santa visits to holiday concerts and more. Nashville is the perfect place to get jolly with a festive holiday experience.

5. Affordable Accommodations in Nashville

Visiting Nashville in the winter can be an economical choice as well. Outside of the holiday season, many lodging options are available at a discount during the winter months. At UrbanNashville, we offer a wide range of vacation rentals in some of the most popular neighborhoods in the city. We have lodging for every type of traveler, so browse our collection of Nashville rentals online and book today! 

With so many sites to see and activities to experience, it can be easy to work up a thirst in Nashville. Luckily, Nashville is home to a fantastic collection of craft breweries. Finding a brew that hits the spot won’t be difficult, but with 27 breweries and taprooms in the city, it can be challenging to determine the best ones.

The team at UrbanNashville is here to help. Not only do we offer well-appointed vacation rentals in Nashville, but we use our local expertise to help out-of-towners plan their vacation. Continue reading for our recommendations on the best breweries in Nashville.

4 of Nashville’s Best Breweries

Each of Nashville’s breweries has its own distinct style and vibe; no two taprooms here are the same. Whether you like easy sippers or hoppy brews, there’s no doubt Nashville’s best breweries have something you’ll enjoy.

Tennessee Brew Works

Since 2013, Tennessee Brew Works has provided Tennesseans with a wide range of craft beers. While they specialize in European styles, they also offer IPAs, American ales, and more. Plus, for the non-beer drinkers, there is wine, cider, and cocktails available, as well as food. Tennessee Brew Works features live music from local artists on a nearly nightly basis, providing a lively soundtrack perfect for an evening of drinking and good times.

Southern Grist Brewing

With two taprooms, you have a couple of options for visiting Southern Grist Brewing. This is the go-to spot for bold flavors and unique brews. For example, you can find beers inspired by mimosas, cheesecake, and more on their constantly rotating tap list. Both taprooms have a great, friendly atmosphere, perfect for socializing. If you’re interested in a unique dining experience, head to Lauter, their food concept in East Nashville.

Yazoo Brewing Company

One of the original Nashville breweries, Yazoo Brewing Company first started in 2003. Today, Yazoo is located in Madison, right outside Nashville. However, it is worth the short trip from the city to check out their great taproom and award-winning beer. They have seating indoors and outdoors, allowing you to take advantage of the nice weather in the warmer months. Want to see how they brew their beer? They also offer brewery tours

Living Waters Brewing

Another East Nashville favorite, Living Waters Brewing is a unique concept, offering beer and coffee. Yep, you read that right, coffee; you probably didn’t expect a brewery to be serving up delicious coffee, but their coffee bar is not to be missed. Whether you come for a beer or a cup of joe, Living Waters Brewing’s warm and welcoming atmosphere ensures you’re in for a pleasant experience.

Find Ideal Accommodations in Nashville

After sampling beers from some of the best breweries in Nashville, keep the good times rolling at your vacation rental from UrbanNashville. We have vacation rentals in some of Nashville’s finest locations, including some not far from the best breweries in town. To stay with us, please book online or call 615-559-1293 for more information on our Nashville rentals.

There’s never a bad time to visit Nashville, but at UrbanNashville, we think the fall might be the best time for exploring the Music City. Fall in Nashville features cooler temperatures than summer, making it ideal for all sorts of activities. Simply throw on your favorite sweater or flannel and walk around downtown; you’re sure to find something that suits your interests.

If you’re looking for inspiration from locals, we’re here to help. Urban Nashville’s team of area experts has crafted a list of our favorite autumn activities to experience in Nashville on your next getaway. 

Enjoy Nashville’s Finest Fall Festivals & Events

In the fall, Nashville comes alive with exciting events. From celebrations of music festivals to celebrations of the autumn season and everything in between, there’s an event for every interest. Here’s a list of some of the biggest upcoming fall events:

Experience Music in the Music City

They call Nashville the Music City for a reason; musical talent is abundant here. While Nashville is synonymous with country music, you can frequently hear rock, gospel, and other genres as well. You can find fantastic live music throughout the city on a daily basis, and in many cases, it’s free at the local honky-tonks. 

Nashville’s most famous music venue is the Grand Ole Opry, which is nearing 100 years old. The Grand Ole Opry is the premier destination for country music fans; countless legends have graced the stage over the years. You can typically find a rocking concert at the Grand Ole Opry from Tuesday through Sunday.

Attend a Game

All of Nashville looks forward to the fall when the local football and hockey teams begin to play, and you can get in on the fun by attending a game. The Tennessee Titans, the city’s NFL team, play at Nissan Stadium. The open-air stadium allows attendees to enjoy the crisp fall weather while also cheering on the home team with nearly 70,000 other fans. 

For hockey fanatics, checking out a Nashville Predators game is a must. The atmosphere at Bridgestone Arena is phenomenal and features quirky fan traditions like throwing catfish on the ice. Even if you aren’t a fan of the Titans or Predators, attending a game is still a blast. 

Indulge in Nashville’s Signature Dish

If you’re feeling a little cool from Nashville’s fall climate, there’s an easy way to warm up: Nashville hot chicken. Today, you can find Nashville hot chicken throughout the U.S., but nowhere does it better than Nashville. Nashville hot chicken originated nearly 100 years ago in Nashville at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack, but you can find it in countless restaurants around the city. Be warned; this dish can be quite spicy, so be prepared to deal with some heat.

Find a Rental & Start Planning Your Fall Trip to Nashville

Fall in Nashville is something everyone should experience at least once; there’s so much to do and see. You can find the perfect accommodations for exploring the city by browsing UrbanNashville’s collection of vacation rentals. We have a wide variety of rentals, ranging from one bedroom to four bedrooms. 

We would love to host your autumn getaway to Nashville. To stay with us, please book your rental online or call 615-669-1293 to speak with a reservationist.

Fall is an eventful time to visit Nashville. As the weather starts to cool and the summer crowds wane, a wide array of festivals bring tons of excitement to the Music City. 

If you’re planning a vacation to Nashville in the fall, you need to stay up to date on all of the festivals coming to the city. UrbanNashville is here to keep you in the loop; we offer a wide range of vacation rentals in the area, and as area experts, we know all about the exciting festivals you can enjoy this fall. Continue reading for information about some of Nashville’s best upcoming fall festivals.

Live on the Green

You can’t beat a free music festival in the Music City. Live on the Green, which is free to attend, is a five-day music festival over Labor Day weekend. Head to Public Square Park for days of live performances from a stacked lineup of artists. Of course, there’s also delicious food and drink to enjoy as well. If you want to elevate your festival experience, you can purchase VIP passes that will give you a better view of the stage, access to a VIP area, and more. 

Nashville Brew Fest

If you’re a craft beer aficionado, you have to make it to Nashville Brew Fest at First Horizon Park. Here, attendees enjoy live music, food trucks, and craft beer. Lots of beer. The festival has more than 150 brews from over 50 breweries. Whether you purchase a general admission or early access ticket, you will receive unlimited beer samples. Cheers to a day of sampling delicious beers! 

Wine on the River

If you aren’t much of a beer drinker, how about wine? Wine enthusiasts can head to Riverfront Park for Wine on the River, a festival celebrating this fabulous nectar. Here, you can sample wine, beer, and spirits that are unique to the region, allowing you to get a little taste of Nashville. While you swirl, sniff, and sip, you can also take in live music from local bands.

Nashville Cocktail Festival

In a single month, Nashville has festivals celebrating beer, wine, and cocktails, so get ready to get your drink on. Unlike the beer and wine festivals, the Nashville Cocktail Festival is a two-day event. This festival is the perfect place to sample new drinks, mingle with like-minded people, and celebrate the art of the perfectly crafted cocktail. 

Fall Family Fun Pumpkin Festival

The Fall Family Fun Pumpkin Festival is the perfect event for embracing the autumn spirit. This family-friendly event at Lucky Ladds Farm includes a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and fall treats like caramel apples. It’s a spectacular way to get into the spirit of the season and keep the whole family entertained. 

Enjoy the Best of Nashville in a Beautiful Vacation Rental

After a busy day experiencing the best fall festivals in Nashville, return to your vacation rental from UrbanNashville and relax. At Urban Nashville, we pride ourselves on offering vacation rentals that go above and beyond your expectations to help make your getaway extra special. We would love to host your next trip to Nashville; to book with us, please check availability online or call 615-669-1293.