RENTAL CARNASHVILLE AIRPORT
*Rates shown are per day, based upon a 7-day car rental. Taxes and additional surcharges may apply.
Nashville International Airport is home to 21 different restaurants and 22 retailers. The facility's award winning concessions program provides travelers and guests with the opportunity to taste and experience the city's musical culture and vivacity while still at the airport. Pick up last minute souvenirs or relax with a manicure and pedicure before your flight. With so many passenger services on offer, you certainly will not be bored! ATMs, currency exchange kiosks and banking facilities are all easily access throughout. Some major airlines that fly here are Air Canada, Alaska Air, American Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest, and United.
Any questions that should arise during your time traveling through the Nashville International Airport should be directed towards staff members working at one of the airport's information desks. These employees are very helpful and will be able to provide you with specific airport information, as well as address general travel concerns.
After you rent a car at Nashville Airport and head into the city you will experience lots of live music, art, culture, and history. The Country Music Hall of Fame is the world's largest music museum and features great exhibits, restaurants, and shops. One of the most famous places to visit in Nashville is the Grand Ole Opry. You can take a behind the scenes tour of this iconic venue where country's biggest stars continue to perform. You do not have to be a fan of country music to enjoy Nashville. Learn why Nashville is called the "Athens of the South" by visiting Centennial Park where you will see the world's only full-scale replica of The Parthenon. There are 150 live music venues in downtown Nashville. It is enjoyable to just take a stroll down the streets and hear the music coming from the different venues. Your car rental from BNA Airport will really take you to a lot of neat places.
There are also some interesting historical sites to visit in Nashville. Belmont Mansion is a home turned into a museum that was built in the mid-1800s. It has 36 rooms, gardens, art galleries, and it even had its own zoo at one point. The Hermitage was the home of America's 7th President, Andrew Jackson. You can tour the mansion, grounds, and see his tomb. They even offer ghost tours if you are so inclined. Belle Meade Plantation is a home-turned-museum that was built in the 1800s. It has a very long and interesting history. You can tour the plantation, horse stables, and gardens. If you need more convincing, there is a free wine tasting after the tour. If you are interested in visiting the home of Elvis Presley in Memphis, it is about a 3 hour drive. It is so easy to get around when you rent a car at Nashville Airport. There are plenty of parking options, and many lots are free after normal business hours and on the weekends.
For the best weather, plan your trip in April to October. To avoid the crowds, plan between November to March. The weather will be chilly, though. There is so much to see and do in this great city and getting your Nashville Airport car rental through Auto Europe is the best way to do it all.
In addition to rental cars, Auto Europe is now able to book hotel rooms in Nashville and surrounding cities at discounted rates. There are a few choice hotels near the airport including: Red Roof Inn, La Quinta Inn & Suites, Marriott Nashville Airport, Ebassy Suites Nashville and Sheraton Music City Hotel. Call us toll-free at 1-888-223-5555 for more information regarding booking a hotel room in Nashville.
Telephone: (615) 275-4311
Location: The Nashville International Airport is located in the southeastern section of Nashville, Tennessee.