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Chicago-Tennessee 4 Days Tour -CT4
Chicago-Tennessee 4 Days Tour -CT4


Departure Date: Thu,

Total Days:4-4 Days


Departure: Thur. (6/1 - 8/31)


Price list: 


1st & 2nd Passenger:340   |   3rd and 4th Passenger:240   |   Single Occupancy:490   |   Share room :405





Knoxville, Chattanooga, Nashville, Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains,





Day 1 Chicago – Knoxville


Be proud of on the road in American heartland!  Upon arriving in Indianapolis, the second largest city in the Midwest, you will get to know this city and state through its State Museum of Indiana and a visit to its car museum can help you experience racing culture.

Hotel:Best Western Inn or equivalent

Day 2 Knoxville – Great Smoky Mountains


Our tour continues to Tennessee with a trip through the Great Smoky Mountains. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, Great Smoky Mountain Park is America’s most visited national park.  After exploring the town of Gatlinburg, we will continue to the Dixie Stampede, a lively opening show featuring country and bluegrass musical acts, followed by exciting horse riding exhibitions in the arena.

Hotel:Best Western Inn or equivalent


Day 3 Chattanooga-Nashville


Start with the Lost Sea, America’s largest underground lake famous for its glass-bottomed boat on its dark and silent waters.  Similarly, Ruby Falls offers a 1000 foot descent into the caverns of Lookout Mountain, where visitors can see a fantastic 145 foot waterfall. Then atop Lookout Mountain you’ll visit the Rock City, which boasts large rock formations and lush gardens.  Hop aboard the Incline Railway, which will climb a mile up the side of the mountain on the world's steepest railway.

Hotel:Best Western Inn Hotel or equivalent

Day 4 Nashville- Chicago


Perhaps the biggest factor in drawing visitors to Nashville is its association with country music, however, the “Music City” as the capital of the state is also a perfect place to conclude your visit in Tennessee.  Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 390 miles explored.





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