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Safety Score

Chattanooga, TN

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High

Exercise Normal Precaution

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Known For

  • Charming
  • Hippie
  • Outdoorsy

imageCovid Status

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Risk Level

High

Vaccination Progress

58.1%

Daily new cases

9.4 Per
100k

Infection rate

0.81

Positive test rate

32.4 %

% Vaccinated

58.1 1+ Dose

There are a few different ways to get to Chattanooga. You can fly into the Chattanooga Airport, which is located just outside of the city. You can also take a bus or train into the city. If you are driving, Chattanooga is located on Interstate 75 and is about two hours from Atlanta, GA and Nashville, TN.

Chattanooga has a lot to offer tourists! You can visit Ruby Falls, Rock City, and the Tennessee Aquarium. You can also take a ride on the Incline Railway or go hiking in one of the many nearby state parks. And don’t forget to try some of the local food – Chattanooga is known for its BBQ and southern cooking.

Chattanooga is known for its BBQ and southern cooking. You can find all kinds of BBQ places around the city, as well as restaurants that serve other southern staples like fried chicken and biscuits.

Pack clothes that will be appropriate for the season you are visiting. In the spring and summer, shorts and light shirts are a good choice. In the fall and winter, jeans and sweaters are a good option.

There are a variety of places to stay in Chattanooga, depending on your budget and preferences. There are several hotels downtown, as well as Airbnbs and other vacation rentals. You can also camp in one of the nearby state parks.

The weather in Chattanooga varies throughout the year. In the summer, it is typically hot and humid, with temperatures reaching into the 90s. In the winter, temperatures usually range from the mid-30s to the low 50s. Chattanooga does experience all four seasons, so you can expect to see some rain and snow during your visit.