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Exploring Gatlinburg

Glide effortlessly up the mountainside in a swinging open-air chairlift, trek the craggy peaks of the indomitable Great Smoky Mountains, or kayak the winding waters of its many rivers as they spring from the depths of the mountain slopes and trail their way through the valley. Here at Gatlinburg, modern tourist attractions, and lively bars, mix with the freedom of outdoor adventure pursuits to offer the perfect laid back lifestyle. It’s a verdant landscape with a myriad of attractions, bringing travelers and foreign visitors in their droves.


Accommodations in Gatlinburg

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Gatlinburg is the Irish Blessings 1 Bedroom Home with Hot Tub, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Million Dollar View 2 BR Home with Hot Tub in Gatlinburg as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Honeymoon Hills Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals and The Lodge at Buckberry Creek.


Sightseeing in Gatlinburg

- Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies


The glass-fronted, neon-lit fascia of the Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies is hard to miss in the heart of Gatlinburg town, a modern wood and stone-built structure housing over 10,000 exotic marine animals in gigantic tanks. Marvel at Sandtiger sharks as they flick their tails and show their teeth, or head over to the petting tank where elegant rays slip through the shallow waters with minimum effort.


- Gatlinburg Convention Center


The impressive floor space of the Gatlinburg Convention Center is regularly filled with interesting trade shows or exciting cultural events during the year, and purpose-built stages are created for elaborate ballet recitals like the ever-popular Nutcracker.


Transportation in Gatlinburg

The nearest international airport for transatlantic flights is Nashville International Airport, a 4 hour drive west of Gatlinburg. It’s an easy drive though, past spectacular mountain scenery and extensive lowland valleys, fertile and green in the spring to early summer. Once you’re in the town, you can explore most places on foot, but Gatlinburg runs an excellent trolley service around its center, and to outlying neighborhoods as well. You can hop on and off all day long, exploring local attractions, and relaxing in different bars up and down the valley.


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