The Best Cities for Music Lovers Around the World

Royal Albert Hall in London, England
Royal Albert Hall in London, England. Photo by Johen Redman on Unsplash

Some cities are renowned for their art, some are best known for their food, but which cities come out on top when it comes to music? That depends on exactly which type of musical experience you’re after. But throughout our travels, we’ve learned that there are definitely a few that stand out in the crowd. From country to classical, here are some of the locations that any music lover looking to travel should consider visiting.

Nashville, Tennessee

Home to the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville is a must-visit for both fans of the genre and anyone interested in musical history. The Hall of Fame includes its own museum, and another museum dedicated to honoring the life of Johnny Cash also touches on his influence on country and folk music.

London, England

Fans of any genre are sure to find something they’ll enjoy in London. The city is home to some of the world’s most famous concert venues like Royal Albert Hall as well as the iconic Abbey Road Studios where the Beatles recorded one of their most well-known albums.

Vienna, Austria

Vienna is a paradise for classical music lovers and history buffs alike. Composers like Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms spent a great deal of time there and recitals of their works are performed often in the city’s many parks and concert halls.