Clarksville Vacation Packages
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This region is popular with local and overseas visitors. To understand why, get out and explore the interesting attractions around Clarksville. For more places to explore, check out the War Memorial Park and Fort Campbell in the vicinity of Oak Grove, which lays 10 miles (16 kilometers) to the southeast of Clarksville.
Rent a vehicle and visit Nashville, a transport and retail hub for the area, situated about 40 miles (64 kilometers) away from Clarksville. This bigger city offers a number of attractions, for example Tennessee State Capitol, Texas Troubadour Theatre and Belle Meade Plantation. Make sure you don't return to Clarksville until you've spent a little time at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, Car Collector's Hall of Fame and Opryland Hotel Gardens.
An effective way to really understand a region is by exploring its earlier days. Make the time to visit the historic mansions while you are here.
Delve into a side of Clarksville many visitors will never see by joining a local guide on one of the winery tours. De-stress the way the locals do in Central Tennessee. Try cycling and camping.
When booking your trip to Clarksville, keep in mind that the closest major airport, Nashville International Airport, is located in in Nashville, 45 miles (72 kilometers) away.
Accommodation in Clarksville
Consulting Expedia's booking website is a sure-fire way to book a comfortable hotel in Clarksville that fits your requirements.
Starting out at the premium end of the range, check out the latest Expedia deals at the Hilton Garden Inn Clarksville, at 290 Alfred Thun Road, or the Courtyard by Marriott Clarksville, at 155 Fair Brook Place. If you discover that those hotels don't suit your exact needs, the Fairfield Inn by Marriott Clarksville or otherwise the Candlewood Suites Clarksville may have what you need.