• Garden District

New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville Multi Centre

Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans come together to make the perfect holiday destinations for fans of jazz, blues, country, rock 'n' roll and bluegrass. These unique cities have not only welcomed some of the most famous names in music but have also provided a backdrop to some of the most pivotal moments in the recent history of the USA. So fill your boots with all the legendary history of Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans that you can muster, then hit the trail and chill in some of the most strikingly beautiful scenery to be found anywhere in the Southern states of America.

9 days

Guide Price

 £2,299  pp
Private basis
Start your journey
Second Line parade

Trip highlights

  • A back-catalogue of musical history you will never forget
  • Beautiful Tennessee pine forests, river valleys and mountain scenery
  • A fantastic opportunity for a self-drive holiday. Just choose your wheels and drive
  • Lively cities with a rich history

Discover the unique atmosphere of New Orleans, when spicy Cajun cuisine thrills the senses and the sounds of blues and jazz bring the French Quarter to life its no suprise that this city is know as the Big Easy. Spend some time exploring the narrow streets of the French Quarter, stop by New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park, where you can learn about the history and culture of jazz in New Orleans or take a trolly ride through the Garden District to see the beautiful homes.

Known as the "Home of the Blues"; Memphis, this city combines the charm of the Old South with the exciting pace of a modern metropolis. Stop in at one of the lively bars along famous Beale Street, visit Sun Studios, where Elvis Presley recorded his first song and Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Ray Harris launched their careers and don't miss a visit to Elvis Presley's palatial home, Graceland.

Leave Memphis and reach the capital of country music, Nashville where you can visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, catch a live performance at the Grand Ole Opry, and listen to a local band play in one of the many Honky Tonks on music row.