The King may be dead, but like most great music legends, Elvis is still alive in Memphis, Tennessee . Every year thousands of devoted fans flock to the gates of Graceland to pay their respects to the great music icon. But, most importantly, we can do a musical tour throughout Tennessee that will take us to the great capitals of music.
Must see: Graceland . With an audio guide that includes commentary and stories from Elvis and his daughter, Lisa Marie, etc. you can make an unforgettable visit to this unforgettable place. If that’s not enough, if you need to satisfy your musical lust in Memphis, "American Dream" offers you a Greatest Hits Tour in which you can tour the city in a 1950s Cadillac. You will get to know where Elvis first recorded.
If Memphis is the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll then Nashville is where it grew up. Nowhere is it better illustrated than in the Music Country Hall of Fame . Nor can you miss The Grand Ole Opry, one of the oldest radio stations in the US, which has launched great artists such as Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn or Dolly Parton.
It covers 125 acres and is nestled in the lush foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains. Dollywood is a monument to the life of singer Dolly Parton . You will find dozens of shows and you can enjoy its amusement park.
On the same trip to Dollywood you can take advantage of and visit the most visited national park in America: Great Smokey Mountains National . It is known for its diversity of plant and animal life, and for the 800 miles of trails along which you are likely to encounter bears, deer, and elk.