Rock and roll, jazz, country music and southern hospitality
Indeed, the chivalry and hospitality of the old south are still very much alive in this part of the country and the region is also home to some of America's most beloved music - including jazz, rock and roll and country music.
What's more, with touring holidays to the Deep South, you'll have the chance to enjoy the exquisite natural beauty that this part of the country has to offer. For example, the Great Smoky Mountains is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the most visited national park in America.
Here at Titan Travel, we are committed to offering some of the best deep south holidays available and we work hard to ensure every part of your trip goes smoothly - from our Home Departure VIP Service, through to the moment you arrive back in the UK.
As one of the most important cities in America when it comes to music, Nashville holidays are a great choice for anyone who wants to visit the heart of the USA's music scene.
Not only is Nashville the state capital of Tennessee, but many also consider it the country music capital of the world.
Indeed, it's a lively city with an animated atmosphere and plenty of exciting venues and clubs. So why not settle back in a honky-tonk bar with a glass of Tennessee bourbon and soak up the atmosphere?
The Country Music Hall of Fame is a popular attraction. The building is an amazing sight - shaped like a giant piano keyboard - and in 2001 a new museum was opened featuring exhibits relating to the history of country music and profiles of some of the biggest stars in the business.
Another option for those on holidays in Nashville is to see a show at the Grand Ole Opry. This weekly stage concert has been presented since 1925, showcasing some of the genre's most famous names. Performing at the venue is considered a crowning achievement in country music and it has played host to stars like Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Dixie Chicks and Garth Brooks.
Located on the Mississippi River, which forms the border between Tennessee and Arkansas, Memphis is the largest city in the state, as well as one of the youngest.
Graceland - the former home of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley - is the most popular attraction in Memphis and one of the most visited houses in America.
The enormous mansion, with its white-columned portico and 13.8-acre estate, includes a museum that's open to the public and you can take a tour of the exquisitely decorated house. In addition, you can see the King's extensive car collection and two private airplanes.
For a more sobering experience, pay a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum. Situated in the building that was once the Lorraine Motel - where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated - this attraction provides visitors with an overview of the civil rights movement in America.
…And so much more!
In addition to holidays in Nashville, Memphis and other cities in Tennessee, those looking for unforgettable holidays discovering the history and culture of the Deep South will have plenty of other destinations to choose from.
For example, Atlanta offers a variety of museums and monuments. The Margaret Mitchell House and Museum provides a glimpse into the life of the Gone with the Wind author. The city is also an incredibly green location, often described as a city in a forest, and includes over 300 parks and open spaces.
Meanwhile, for those seeking delicious Creole and Cajun cuisine, brilliant jazz music, an exciting atmosphere and unique architecture, a trip to New Orleans could be the ideal addition to Nashville holidays. The city is especially famous for its Mardi Gras celebrations, which begin as early as the day after Twelfth Night and continue until the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.