Getting Around in Nashville
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Fly to Nashville
The Nashville International Airport is located about 20 minutes from downtown Nashville and 15 minutes from the Opryland area. To get to hotels in Nashville, passengers have the choice of renting a car, grabbing a shuttle, or hopping in a taxi. Taxis charge a $25 flat fee from the airport to downtown Nashville or the Opryland Hotel area, plus $1 for each additional passenger. Jarmon Transportation is Nashville International Airport's official ground transportation service, and passengers can easily book a shuttle between the airport and various areas in the city. The Metro Transit Authority also provides hourly bus service between the airport and downtown. Express trips take approximately 20 minutes and local routes run about 35 to 45 minutes. One-way trips between the airport and downtown Nashville will set you back less than $2.
Getting Around Nashville
The Metro Transit Authority provides a free "Music City Circuit" in downtown Nashville, which offers three, easy-to-access routes. Other than taxi cabs, the city also has the Uber and Lyft ride-share services. For those renting a car, downtown Nashville has over 28,000 parking spaces available.