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Downtown Nashville is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. With the famous Broadway “honky tonks,” which feature live music every day of the week, and the constant events going on at Bridgestone, LP Field, the Ryman, and Riverfont, Nashville has earned the nickname “Nashvegas”. If you live in Downtown Nashville, you can definitely walk everywhere in the vicinity of downtown and maybe to a few of other areas such as The Gulch, Demonbreun and Midtown, but it is a bit of a hike to get to any other area. One great thing is that you can jump in a taxi for a cheap fare and get to the other amazing areas. You should expect to be a part of the tourist scene in Nashville and you will be affected by many of the events going on downtown.
Downtown Nashville is not good for families, but is great for people who are new to Nashville and want to experience what Nashville is known for. If you have already experienced Nashville, either as a local or a passionate tourist, you may want to opt for living in another area so you can choose when to experience the Nashvegas energy. Downtown Nashville has well over sixty bars and restaurants varying from local hotspots to national chains. Shopping in Downtown Nashville consists mainly of boot shops, western wear, souvenirs, and music stores. As for living in Downtown Nashville, there are mainly highrises and apartment buildings. Downtown Nashville has an Art District on Fifth Avenue, which expands annually. Also, the brand new Convention Center currently under construction is sure to bring new people, event,s and opportunities to downtown.