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You’ll Never Guess What Tennessee Town Was Voted The Most Friendly City In America

NASHVILLE. Sometimes we may find ourselves getting a bit jealous of our capitol city, mainly because it’s not the epitome of Tennessee (we see you, Knoxville) or a representation of our teensiest, tiniest towns (hey, Bell Buckle!). Still, it’s a city the world loves and one of the friendliest towns in the NATION. That’s pretty cool, if you ask us. So thanks, Music City. For putting Tennessee on the map and giving folks a bit of an inside on our pretty little state.

We sure love it.

Here’s why we think Nashville hits it square on the nose when it comes to being the most friendly city in the nation – d’you agree?

If you’re looking to get out of the city for a minute, check out this small town right outside of Nashville!

Meghan O'Brien
Meghan is a Tennessee transplant wildly in love with Music City. She’s quite the fan of snobby coffee, late night diner dates and the unnecessary hair flip.