Welcome to Tri-Cities, Tennessee, the beautiful and historic area that's home to the three unique cities of Kingsport, Johnson City, and Bristol. Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, these cities offer a wide variety of entertainment and culture, especially with Bristol's status as the "Birthplace of Country Music." You'll be in close proximity to all the activity when you fly into Tri-Cities Regional Airport (TRI). Flights to Tri-Cities are a cheap and convenient way to discover everything this exciting region has to offer.
Transportation from TRI
Tri-Cities flights land at Tri-Cities Regional Airport, and from there you'll need transportation to your hotel in Tri-Cities. Thankfully there are a number of convenient options to get you where you need to go. You'll find half a dozen rental car companies located right near the baggage claim, so you won't need to take a shuttle to pick up a vehicle; just rent your car right at the desk, hop in, and go. You can also hail a taxi or reserve a limo right at the airport, or an on-site shuttle can transport you anywhere in the Tri-Cities area. All these options make it easy to get you to your hotel so you can spend less time worrying about transportation and more time sightseeing. When you arrive, take time to visit the Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, where you can see fascinating exhibits, as well as musical performances. For some outdoor adventuring, head to Kingsport to the Bays Mountain Park and enjoy some lakeside exploration, visit an animal habitat or gaze at the stars at the planetarium. The Tri-Cities area offers so many fun and interesting places that you won't have any trouble filling your itinerary.
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