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What is the cheapest way of holidaying in Tennessee from uk?

I have found that all the flights and accomodation is expensive.

3 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    If you have checked the flights then you already know your arrival destination which you didn't post in your question - to my disadvantage in helping you.

    I would imagine you are flying into Nashville (a guess).

    Check out (assume you have a valid UK Driver's License and Auto Insurance) Recreation Vehicle rentals. You could rent an RV and drive all over the state spending nights and weekends cheaply in hundreds of the Campgrounds and State Parks scattered all over. Maps of campground locations are available at all RV Centers and at a lot of the larger camp grounds. A long term rental will get you the best price per day on the RV. The size of the RV you rent will also play a big part of determining the cost of the rental.

    If you are alone (not traveling with a wife, girl friend, or children) or if your companion is the rugged sort you could also rent a motorcycle and camp out at all the previous mentioned places if you pick up suitable camping equipment along the way. It is now just about November so you will be heading into some fairly cold weather my friend. Bring insulated clothes, heavy socks, and some kind of warm hat for the chilly evenings.

    If you are a fisherman, pick up a Visitor's Fishing License and go Fly Fishing in some of the fantastic

    rivers and creeks in Tenn. You will be delighted with the

    taste of fresh Fried Trout oir Bass for breakfast one chilly morning.

    Have a good visit and safe journey home.


    Eastern North Carolina

  • 1 decade ago

    Try looking for accommodation through expedia, priceline or hotwire. You can sometimes save a lot that way. Check with the state or federal parks for cabin rentals in the parks. Those can be affordable too. Compared to the UK the food should be really inexpensive. Look at various dates for flights. They are usually cheaper mid-week. If you are renting a car and have enough time to drive check into airports close by. There are a lot of choices within a few hours drive of Tennessee. Have fun!

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