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Exploring Memphis

The squeal of bending guitar strings and the sound of chugging drums, can only mean one thing – you're in Memphis, home of the blues, and the place where rock met roll. Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Otis Redding, and BB King – Memphis's list of musical alumni goes on and on, but it's the energy of a new generation that now shakes the bars and venues along the city's famous Beale Street. With the wide waters of the Mississippi flowing through the city, it's fair to say Memphis is a city with more than its fair share of soul.

Accommodations in Memphis

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Memphis is the Jefferson Cottages, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The James Lee House in Memphis as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out The Peabody Memphis and Madison Hotel.

Sightseeing in Memphis

- Beale Street

The neon-bathed Beale Street is the rhythmically ticking heartbeat of this musical city, and a place to nod your head and tap your feet in lively bars. At night, distorted slide guitar and soulful crooning, spills out from behind every door, while buskers enjoy impromptu jam sessions on the street. It doesn’t get more Memphis than watching a blues band, while chewing on charred barbequed ribs, with a beer in hand.

- Graceland

If you're here for the musical heritage, you can't leave without visiting Graceland - where you can step into the world of Elvis Presley and see exactly what made him tick. Whether it's the basement room, where he would watch 3 TVs at once, or the private jet outside, Elvis's mansion offers a unique insight into the King of Rock 'n' Roll's life.

Transportation in Memphis

Memphis has its own large airport, which takes regular flights from Atlanta and Chicago. The city's also linked with Chicago and New Orleans by the 'City of New Orleans' Amtrak train service, which takes around 9 hours to roll into Memphis from the home of the Mardi Gras. Greyhound and Megabus services also connect Memphis with cities like Chicago and Dallas.

Memphis travel guides

Memphis Travel Guides