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Adventures by Disney Introduces New Nashville Long Weekend Trip

New family getaway serves up country music, southern cuisine and an inside look at the city that inspired the critically acclaimed ABC show Nashville

BURBANK, Calif., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Adventures by Disney, a leader in guided group travel, has brought families together while touring exciting destinations on six continents since 2005. Now Adventures by Disney offers a new Nashville vacation, exploring the best of what Music City has to offer.

New Adventures by Disney Nashville Long Weekend Itinerary: Starting in 2015, Adventures by Disney is heading south to the home of country music and classic southern cuisine, as well as the setting for the critically acclaimed television show Nashville on ABC. This new 4-day/3-night adventure will allow guests to immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind vacation experience as they explore such sites as the Grand Ole Opry, the famous Bluebird Cafe and the original RCA/Studio B recording studio. (Solar Photographers)

Starting in 2015, Adventures by Disney is heading south to the home of country music and classic southern cuisine, as well as the setting for the critically acclaimed television show Nashville on ABC. This new 4-day/3-night adventure will allow guests to immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind vacation experience as they explore such sites as the Grand Ole Opry, the famous Bluebird Cafe and the original RCA/Studio B recording studio.

Nashville, Tennessee is the latest in the lineup of new Adventures by Disney Long Weekend trips, offering shorter getaways to places such as New York City and San Francisco & Napa. These four-day weekend adventures allow guests to enjoy exclusive experiences in some of America's most iconic locations while making the most out of their free time. The new Nashville Long Weekend vacation offers experiences for foodies, music lovers and family travelers to enjoy.

From delighting in a backstage experience at the Grand Ole Opry to savoring delicious BBQ, this new Adventures by Disney Long Weekend trip captures the spirit of Nashville. Trip highlights include:

  • Embark on a backstage experience, including a private dinner and live show at the Grand Ole Opry
  • Record a song at the famed RCA/Studio B
  • Enjoy a private backstage tour at the Ryman Auditorium (original home of the Grand Ole Opry), including stepping onstage at what's been called the "Mother Church of Country Music"
  • Savor an exclusive dining opportunity at the legendary Bluebird Cafe, complete with a special musical performance and an inside look at the art of songwriting
  • Explore the traditions of southern cuisine with a hands-on biscuit-making activity and a BBQ sauce-making activity
  • Make and take home your very own Hatch Show Print
  • Enjoy a private after-hours evening with a ghost tour, dinner and entertainment at The Hermitage, former estate of President Andrew Jackson

With Adventures by Disney, all the details are taken care of, allowing families to relax and enjoy private experiences throughout their vacation.

For more details and to book reservations, call 1-866-543-0865 or contact a travel agent. For more information on the incredible itineraries offered and activities included on an Adventures by Disney vacation, visit AdventuresByDisney.com.

About Adventures by Disney
Launched in 2005, Adventures by Disney provides immersive, hassle-free and unforgettable group guided family vacation experiences to destinations in Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Adventurers traveling with Adventures by Disney receive exceptional service while taking part in extraordinary and customized experiences at locations including: the South African plains, the great cities of Europe, Costa Rica's rich rainforest, the ruins of Pompeii and Machu Picchu, Australia's Outback, the Great Wall of China and some of America's most iconic destinations.

Over the past eight years, Adventures by Disney has been recognized by numerous travel organizations for its excellence in family tourism and was named the World's Leading Luxury Tour Operator in the 2012, 2010 and 2009 World Travel Awards. Adventure by Disney was also ranked No 1 among Tour Operators and Safari Outfitters for Families in 2011 by Travel + Leisure's World's Best Awards.

With two Disney-trained Adventure Guides on each trip, engaging activities, VIP experiences and personal touches throughout, Adventures by Disney vacations are crafted to excite and delight everyone. Visit AdventuresByDisney.com, call 1-800-543-0865 or contact a travel agent.

 

Starting in 2015, Adventures by Disney is heading south to the home of country music and classic southern cuisine, as well as the setting for the critically acclaimed television show Nashville on ABC. This new 4-day/3-night adventure will allow guests to immerse themselves in a one-of-a-kind vacation experience as they explore such sites as the Grand Ole Opry, the famous Bluebird Caf? and the original RCA/Studio B recording studio.

 

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