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Starting from £24 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 28/11/2016-05/12/2016 at Nashville
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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz at Nashville

Sitting aside the roaring Cumberland River, in the north of Tennessee, is Nashville - a city associated the world over with country music and line dancing.

Its population is as passionate about food as it is music – a brilliant combination that sees thousands of international visitors flock to the city every year. Aside from the fun and frivolity, Nashville also has a more serious, learned side, and is blessed with a number of important universities and colleges.

If you’re arriving in Nashville and hiring a car from one of our pick-up located across the city, you’ll enjoy a generous best price guarantee. This means that in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund you the difference. Additionally, with us, there are no cancellation or amendment fees* to pay.

Pickup Locations Nashville

  • Atlantic Aviation

    Opening hours:Mon-Sun Open 24 hours

    Address:635 Hanger Lane

    Phone:615-361-3131

  • 1451 Bell Road HLE

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 7:30AM-5:00PM
    Sat-Sun Closed.

    Address:1451 Bell Road

    Phone:615-331-8885

  • Nashville Metro Airport

    Opening hours:Mon-Sun 5:00AM-12:00AM

    Address:1 Terminal Drive

    Phone:615-275-2600

  • Crown Ford HLE

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 7:30AM-5:00PM
    Sat-Sun Closed

    Address:646 Thompson Lane

    Phone:615-457-2408

  • Opryland Hotel HLE

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 8:00AM-5:00PM
    Sat-Sun 8:00AM-1:00PM

    Address:2800 Opryland Drive

    Phone:615-391-0162

  • 3100 Charlotte Avenue HLE

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 7:30AM-6:00PM
    Sat 9:00AM-12:00PM
    Sun 12:00PM-4:00PM

    Address:3100 Charlotte Avenue

    Phone:615-327-5453

  • 1320 Murfreesboro Pike HLE

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 7:30AM-6:00PM
    Sat-Sun Closed

    Address:1320 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville East

    Phone:615-399-5060

  • Lifeway Employees Only

    Opening hours:Mon-Sun Open 24 hours

    Address:1 Lifeway Plaza

    Phone:615-399-5060

  • Nashville Marriot

    Opening hours:Mon-Sun 6:00AM-0:00AM

    Address:1 Marriot Drive

    Phone:615-361-3131

  • Loews Vanderbilt

    Opening hours:Mon-Fri 8:00AM-5:00PM
    Sat-Sun closed

    Address:2100 West End Avenue

    Phone:615-340-8055

  • Loews Nashville HLE

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa-Su Closed

    Address:2100 West End Avenue

    Phone:615-320-1700

  • John C Tune Airport

    Opening hours:Mon-Sun Open 24 hours

    Address:110 Tune Airport Road

    Phone:615-327-5453

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Driving in and around Nashville

Nashville is the perfect place for a holiday away with family or friends, and an exciting commercial and industrial hub if you’re arriving here on business. If you’re flying into the city, we have a pick-up desk located in Nashville International Airport, so you can be on your way quickly. Take I-40 from the airport to reach the city centre, where a whole host of attractions and days out will be ready for you to enjoy.

Referred to as the “soul of Nashville”, the Ryman Auditorium can be a great place to really get a feel for the city. The I-40 from the airport will lead you right round to this major attraction in the city. From the auditorium, it’s well worth checking out the Parthenon in Centennial Park. This is a full-size replica of the Athenian originals and can be found following Charlotte Avenue from the Auditorium.

Back along the I-40 to the east is the incredible Adventure Science Center, which is packed with fun scientific exploration for the whole family. Learn all about the wonderful life of a Bee, following their daily jobs and the colony; see the Nano exhibition which gives you an insight into nanoscale science and go for a moon walk in the Space Chase exhibit.

If you’re new to driving in America, you may find the sheer scale of the road network intimidating to begin with. However, this is a country that takes cars and highways very seriously so you’ll soon learn that if you follow the rules, getting from A to B can be a pleasurable experience. The state of Tennessee has a well-designed, clearly signposted, modern road system in place. The speed limit on open roads is 70mph or 55mph. In built-up areas or close to schools, it drops to between 15mph and 35mph.

A quick guide to Nashville

Known across the planet as Music City, Nashville is the capital of the state of Tennessee. This is a bold urban center that likes its food big on flavour, its music big on emotion and its fun big, period. Welcome to Nashville…

The sounds of the city

Live music is a way of life in Nashville, where on almost every street the strains of country, pop and blues float by, their harmonies mingling in the hot air. Visitors to the city often begin their musical journeys at the big name venues. Head to the Country Music Hall of Fame for a fascinating overview of the city’s great and good. Or, make it the Ryman for a 2,000+ seat auditorium that seems to lift in sheer joy when the acts take to the stage.

For more intimate performances, you’ll soon realize that almost every avenue has its own honky-tonk bar or three, and that genre is no object. Nashville is an openhearted city, willing to get up and dance to almost anything its talented musicians care to play.

The hearty food to fill you up

Like many cities in America’s southern states, Nashville takes its cuisine very seriously. The concept of the ‘meat and three’ restaurant was born here. In essence, this is a diner in which customers choose from a selection of meats, (for example beef, fried chicken or country ham) and then select three side dishes to accompany it. Wherever you choose to eat in Nashville, whether you’re going ‘meat and three’, BBQ, or home-country dining, you’re almost guaranteed to have a fantastic feast (just don’t leave without tasting authentic Nashville hot chicken).

The high culture

For a taste of the classy life in Nashville, head to Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. Located on the city’s westernmost edge, this privately-funded venture was originally founded by the Cheeks, an entrepreneurial family who lived in Nashville in the 1880s. Today, the venue hosts multiple performances and exhibitions annually.

Don’t miss the Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail and the wonderful contemporary art to be found interspersed with black cherry, oak and persimmon trees along its way. Back in central Nashville and the 19-acre Bicentennial Capitol Mall Park provides interesting insight into Tennessee’s history and heritage. Various events are held at this public park, including the state’s annual History Festival.

The great outdoor pursuits

One of the greatest things about Nashville is the ease with which visitors can leave the city itself and find themselves in an awesome American landscape full of cliffs and canyons, rivers and trees.

Around 11 miles east of Nashville is J. Percy Priest Lake. This reservoir, formed by a dam of the same name, covers a vast area of some 57.47 km² and its shores are packed with opportunities for camping, sailing, swimming and more. Tennessee State certainly is a place where you can experience Mother Nature at her dramatic best. Around 30 miles from Nashville’s center is Cheatham Wildlife Management Area, a popular destination for adventurers young and old. While the destination puts wildlife welfare first, visitors can get involved in all sorts of activities, including hiking, horse trekking, biking, and bird watching.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.