For many, Nashville represents the heart of the South. It's the country music capital of the world, and it is home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium, which once hosted the Grand Ole Opry. Many other musical sites can be found in the city, and Christian and jazz music are also thriving there.
But Nashville isn't just a destination for country music lovers. It is also a huge city and a big destination for business travelers.
If you are planning a trip to Nashville, consider booking a charter flight so you can enjoy the benefits of private jet travel. You'll get luxury amenities that rival first class, and you won't have to deal with the crowds of a fully booked flight.
Most people traveling to Nashville will fly into the Nashville International Airport (code BNA). However, you can also fly into the John C. Tune Airport (code JWN) or a few smaller airports that are in the surrounding area.
The flight from YYZ to BNA is only about two hours, so you can get there with plenty of day left to explore. However, when you fly a commercial airline, you'll lengthen that time with excessive boarding procedures. You'll have to wait for rows upon rows of people to be called to their seats, to shuffle through and to load their luggage. You can add hours to your time with the loading and check-in procedures.
With private jet travel, you can drive right up to your plane, board and be on your way in less than 15 minutes.
As might be expected in a city of its size, Nashville has several public transportation options that make it easy to get around.
The Music City Star Commuter Rail runs right through downtown Nashville, and it connects to stops with the Metro Transit Authority buses. You can take express trips around the city, including a 20-minute ride back to the airport.
Of course, you can also take a taxi or a private car service for faster travel.
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