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10 day sample itinerary

Atlanta, Nashville and New Orleans Multi Centre

A taste of the Deep South

Experience three of the Deep South's most interesting cities;Atlanta, Nashville and New Orleans. Step back to a bygone era as you explore the antebellum homes of Georgia and Louisiana, dive into the action in lively New Orleans and explore the Country Music Capital of Nashville where you can enjoy a live performance at the Grand Ole Opry.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Discover beautiful antebellum homes
  • Enjoy some 'down home' cooking
  • Explore lively Bourbon Street
  • Visit a Nashville Honky Tonk

Sample Itinerary Summary

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10 days
Destination Breakdown
Private basis
  • Atlanta

    Itinerary Highlights

    • The new World of Coca-Cola
    • Martin Luther King Jr National Historic site
    • Ultra chic Buckhead district
    • Atlanta Beltline
    • Stone Mountain Park
  • Nashville

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Grand Ole Opry
    • Honky-tonks on Broadway
    • Country Music Hall of Fame
    • Ryman Auditorium
    • Historic RCA Studio B
  • New Orleans

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Lively Bourbon Street
    • Beautiful Garden District
    • Historic French Quarter
    • Creole cuisine
    • Historic Streetcars

Atlanta blends the modernism of the new south with the charm and charisma of the old. Head to Decatur Square for some great bars and restaurants. Grab a bargain at the North Georgia Premium Outlets or embrace your inner Scarlet O'Hara with a visit to Margaret Mitchell House.


Nashville is a music lovers dream, in fact you can find free live music here all year round. Known as the Country Music Capital of the USA, you can visit the iconic RCA Studio B where famous artists such as Dolly Parton and Elvis Presley recorded. Or stop by the Johnny Cash Museum and learn more about The Man in Black. A definite Nashville must do is the Grand Ole Opry, be sure to plan your visit to take in a show night. You can catch a show Friday and Saturday year round with additional dated available in the summer.

New Orleans

Take the I-65 South as you make your way down to New Orleans. Stop on the way in Birmingham, Alabama for some world class BBQ at Dreamland BBQ and learn more about the Civil Rights movement at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Back on the road, take the I-59 through Mississippi and Louisiana on your way to New Orleans. Known as the Big Easy, the streets of New Orleans are alive with spicy Cajun cuisine and lively blues and jazz music. Spend some time exploring the French Quarter's narrow cobbled streets, take a trolly ride through the beautiful Garden District and enjoy a beignet at Cafe Du Monde.