The cities most beautiful spots to visit are the places where people spend their time, writes Michael Mascaro.
But there are also places where you can make the most of your visit to Nashville.
Read moreMichael Mascaros best spots to see in Nashville for sightseeing Places to visit for sightseers: The Blue Ridge Parkway, the Tennessee River, and the Nashville skyline: The Blue Ridge Park and its surroundings are worth visiting.
The park and surrounding area is famous for its large number of hiking trails, as well as a number of other activities, including horseback riding, swimming, and horseback stables.
On a warm summer day, head to the park and take a tour of the nearby Blue Ridge Trail and the Blue Creek Canyon.
If you want a different perspective, head down the Tennessee Valley and see the Hog Creek River and the Tennessee Aqueduct.
It’s a great way to experience some of the best natural beauty in the region, and for a different kind of sightseeing experience.
The Nashville Skyline: If you’re a huge sports fan, check out the Nashville Skyline.
This is the city’s tallest, most popular, and most photographed building, and is the home of the Nashville Predators.
It’s also one of the citys tallest and most spectacular buildings, and one of many that makes up the National Memorial to the United States Air Force.
There are a few different ways to get a good look at the Skyline, but the easiest way is to go up on the observation deck and admire the view from a height.
Or, if you want to be in the know, you can take a 360-degree photo and post it to Instagram.
If the view is too spectacular to take, you could take the Metro-North train from Nashville Station to the Tennessee Aviation Museum.
To get there, take the first train to Nashville and head towards the Blue Ridge.
Once you reach the station, stop on the platform and go up to the observation tower, where you will find a free Metro-Nashvillian shuttle bus that drops you off near the MetroCenter at the bottom of the Sky Line.
To get to the Metrocenter, take Metro-Lafayette’s Green Line to the exit of the Blue River.
There is also a Metro-Odessa Line stop just north of the station.
The Metro Center is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday.
You can also find the Metro Center’s Facebook page, which includes the location of every MetroCenter in the city.
Here are a couple other great places to take in the sights and sounds of the Metro area: Mulholland Drive: This scenic, winding drive from the Tennessee border to downtown Nashville is one of our favorite places to stop for a drink or a quick bite, or for a look at some of Nashville’s best restaurants.
Check out the drive by the famous Blue Ridge Bridge or visit the historic town of Shelby.
Tulip Hill Cemetery: A few blocks from downtown, Tulip Hill is a little more of a secret, but if you know the road, you might be able to find it.
For one thing, the street is paved, and it has a parking lot, but you might also be able take a look.
Another thing to note is that you can get a free admission on weekends.
Take the Blue Lake Trail to the north of downtown.
You can get there by taking the Metro North line or the MetroSouth line.
(MetroNorth stops at Shelby) The Tennessee Museum of Natural History: One of the few remaining pieces of the historic Blue Ridge Trail, this museum is home to many of the world’s most interesting fossils, including some of America’s first known Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Some of the exhibits include dinosaur skeletons and the remains of mammoths and mastodons.
And if you like to stay up-to-date on the latest in natural history, you’ll also want to check out Navy Pier.
Visit the Tennessee Museum at the Tennessee State Capitol to see the famous Great Smoky Mountains Trail.
One-of-a-kind displays and artifacts include fossils from around the world, including one from the Jurassic period.
Sugar Land Park: Sugarcreek Park has one of Nashvilles most popular and scenic parks, the Sugar Land Trail.
If you love to hike and take in all the beauty of the area, then this is the perfect place to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Just take Metro North’s Blue Line to Southgate and go to the end of the line.
You will see a sign for Sparta Drive and then follow it to the Great Highway near the Tennessee Industrial Park.