Travelling to WordCamp US

WordCamp US is in the very accessible location of Nashville, Tennessee. After you get your ticket, you’re going to want to get your hotel reservation, and then figure out your transportation. Here’s some tips and tricks to make your planning as stress free as possible, and get you here ready to celebrate all that the North American WordPress community has to offer.


Nashville International Airport (Airport Code: BNA) is located about 30 minutes from the the downtown Nashville area where all of our venues are located.


Renaissance Nashville Hotel, is our official hotel for WordCamp US. It is withing walking distance of Music City Center, the site of the WordCamp US and Contributor Day. Make sure you reserve before October 31, 2017 to take advantage of our $189 per night special rate.

Ground Transportation

The Renaissance Nashville does not provide shuttle service from the airport. No worries, you can get to the hotel a number of ways:

Rental Car

Nashville International Airport has a rental car facility a short walk from the terminal. There, you will have the choice of nine (9) rental car brands including Enterprise, Alamo, Budget, and many more.

Note: If you do intend to rent a car and stay at the Renaissance Nashville, please note that the hotel does not own any on site parking. The hotel provides valet parking services through a company called TownePark.  This service is currently $38 a night (plus applicable taxes) and includes in/out privileges. If you prefer, there are a number of garages downtown that you can choose from. The library garage, which is right across the street from the hotel, is about $14 a day (plus applicable taxes) with no in/out privileges.


There are a variety of taxi companies to serve you. There is a flat rate of $25 to get to the downtown area.

Ride Sharing

Lyft and Uber are available in the Nashville area.

Jarmon Transportation

You can also get a ride via Jarmon Transportation for about $20. A reservation is required. Call (615) 275-0146 to reserve your ride.

International Travelers

To make traveling to the US a little easier, we’ve put together an International Travelers page with instructions on how to get a letter to attach to your visa from the WordCamp US organizing team and the latest information we have on traveling to the US.

To make this as smooth as possible for everyone involved, please follow the directions as listed in the Sending a Secure Note via LastPass documentation.

Don’t Forget

  • You MUST purchase a ticket before we can send you a visa letter. No exceptions. If you have issues purchasing your ticket, please contact us.
  • We’ll need 1-2 weeks to process your letter. Allow yourself plenty of time to get your letter and submit it with your visa application.
  • To ensure that your request is processed in a timely fashion, we need your request no later than November 1st.

2 Replies to “Travelling to WordCamp US”

  1. If you do rent a car, check on what it will cost to park at your hotel. The official hotel’s rate is as $39 per day with in/out privileges. There is a city lot for $13 a day without in/out.

    1. We’re working on a Google Map that (knock wood) we will have out later this week that will tag parking options, food places, ATMs, and a bunch of other things.

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