HOLIDAY IDEA USA – Smoky Mountains – 2 Music Cities
Great Smoky Mountains and two of America’s Music Cities
This contrasting fly drive takes you to Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville (the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park). Music fans will love it!
This contrasting fly drive takes you to Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville (the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park). Music fans will love visiting places graced by the likes of Johnny Cash, BB King and Elvis. The itinerary ends at Knoxville near the Smoky Mountains which allows you the opportunity of enjoying the wonderful scenery, great music and friendly hospitality of the National Park. The area has an abundance of outdoor activities to offer including horseback riding; spring and autumn are ideal times to visit. While in the area pay a visit to the famous Dollywood Amusement Park partly owned by music icon Dolly Parton, located at Pigeon Forge. The park has been voted one of the best theme parks and spans 150 acres in the foothills of the mountains. A famous Titanic museum also stands close by.
A 12 night Fly Drive itinerary taking in Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville, flying to Memphis and flying out of Knoxville with United Airlines, including the hire of a full size car, costs from around £1577 per person based on a May 2014 departure. Ask for further details and a quotation for any date. If you would prefer an escorted tour just ask for details.
Contact Simon at Designer Travel Tailor-made Holidays & Cruises
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