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Prices starting at $128 for return flights and $70 for one-way flights to Nashville were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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Though Kansas City is located in the heartland of Missouri and Nashville is just below the Mason-Dixon Line in central Tennessee, both cities share a similar love for the performing arts. This makes flights from Kansas City to Nashville the perfect getaway for music lovers. Orbitz.com makes planning your airfare, car rentals, and hotel stays simple and convenient.
When it’s time to jet off to Music City, you’ll depart from Kansas City International Airport on Brasilia Avenue, located roughly nineteen miles from downtown. If someone is dropping you off, the economy lot offers free two-hour parking. If you drive yourself, you’ll find several lots and garages with long-term and short-term parking. Prices are posted at the lots, and most are open twenty-four hours a day. Valet parking is also available, and the price includes shuttle service and luggage assistance. Buses and taxis can get you to the airport, and their fees depend on the distance you’re traveling. Restaurants such as Burger King and Starbucks are located inside the airport, so you can get a snack or a meal while you’re waiting for your flight.
You’ll be landing at the Nashville International Airport, which is about seven miles from the downtown area. If you’ve rented a car in advance, you can arrange pickup at your rental company’s counter at the airport. You can also get a taxi to downtown for around $25. Be sure to check with your hotel to see if it offers complimentary shuttle service. Several buses and shuttles offer airport service at a variety of prices. The most popular attractions in Nashville are the Grand Old Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Although many associate Nashville with country music, there is much more to this city. Families can enjoy a day exploring the Adventure Science Center, while nature lovers can wander the grounds of the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. You can even take a trip back in time with a visit to the historic Belle Meade Plantation. Nashville’s winters are normally mild, with temperatures in the low 50s, while summer temperatures hover in the 90°F range. Though the climate is normally stable, it can fluctuate dramatically at times, with winter lows sometimes dropping below 32°F and summer highs topping 100°F. Be sure to keep possible weather changes in mind when packing.
Whether you’re traveling to Nashville to explore the city’s rich musical history or visiting friends and family, Orbitz.com takes the guesswork out of planning your trip. With its tools to manage every detail of your visit, including flights from Kansas City to Nashville, you’ll have more time to enjoy the fascinating center of the music industry.
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