Navigating your way through Nashville can be overwhelming, with so many great transportation options we’ve narrowed it down to the Top 5 Ways to Get Around Nashville from your Nashville vacation rentals!
1. RIDE SHARE:
The most popular form of transportation in Nashville is through ride share apps like Uber and Lyft. The city has thousands of drivers to help your crew get from point A to point B quick! We recommend downloading both Uber and Lyfts apps as ride rates can fluctuate between the two. You’ll also have more options when it comes to luxury and SUV trips. Whether you need a ride from the airport or your Nashville Stay Minty vacation rental, ride share has you covered!
Elevate your groups experience with a limousine service! Create the perfect party atmosphere by renting a limo that fits your whole group. We recommend All Star Limousine and Nashville Chauffeur Inc for both airport pickups and Music City tours.
3. MUSIC CITY CIRCUIT:
The MTA is a great free option for getting around the city. Buses travel two routes:The Green Circuit serves key destinations between the Gulch and the Bicentennial Mall area. The Blue Circuit serves key destinations between Riverfront Station and the Tennessee State University campus. There are 75 locations along the two routes including Bridgestone Arena, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC), Farmers’ Market, Country Music Hall of Fame, First Tennessee Park, Historic Second Avenue, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Bicentennial Mall, Gulch bars and restaurants, downtown hotels and other downtown attractions and landmarks.
4. ELECTRIC SCOOTERS:
Scooters have officially taken over Nashville! Tourist and locals alike are using these as a more economical way to getting around the city than cars. Download the Bird and Lime apps to track scooters and make payment.
5. GOLF CARTS:
When you’re looking to hitch a ride between Broadway and Midtown, golf carts are a great option! Check out Joyride and Cruzzin’, both offer free and paid rides (we encourage you leave your driver a tip)!