Nashville has been named one of the best places to go in the world for the eighth consecutive year.
Travel publication Condé Nast Traveler included Music City on its annual list of the best places to go in the world in 2020. The magazine wrote: “These are the destinations we’re most excited about in the new decade.”
“We are honored to represent this city,” said Butch Spyridon, president and CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “The overall development across the city has been recognized globally for eight straight years. To be included on this list is a validation of our place among top destinations. Our food, creative culture and the National Museum of African American Music are truly world class.”
Condé Nast Traveler credited Nashville's "vibrant dining scene and the city's diversity of music genres" for its inclusion on this year's list. Specifically, the article focuses on the National Museum of African American Music located downtown in the Fifth + Broad development. It also spotlights East Nashville restaurants Folk and Lou and acclaimed chef Sean Brock’s soon-to-open Audrey and Red Bird.
You can check out the entire listhere.