Whether you and your guests will be driving, flying or riding the rails into Savannah, getting here is a breeze.
Located 15 miles from our Historic District, the Savannah Airport and offers regular flights to more than 30 non-stop destinations, including Appleton, Allentown, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Grand Rapids, Houston, Indianapolis, Louisville, Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Tampa, Toronto, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. Airlines include Delta, United, American, JetBlue, Allegiant, Silver, Southwest, Frontier, Sun Country and Air Canada.
The Savannah Airport will help you get the most out of your travel experience — more airlines, more shopping and dining, and more hospitality. Once you arrive at the airport, you’ll be greeted with coastal favorites including Leopold’s Ice Cream, Southbound Taphouse, PGA Tour Grill, The Salt Table, The Great American Bagel and more. From the welcoming staff at the Visitor Information Center to the on-site car rentals, taxis, and shuttle service, you’ll find your way to your destination in no time.
Savannah is easily accessible from all points along the east coast via Interstate 95, or from the west by Interstate 16. Get driving directions on Google Maps.
Need to park your car? No problem. Savannah offers a host of parking options. Learn more about parking in Savannah here.
By Train or Bus
Amtrak rolls through Savannah on its Palmetto and Silver Service lines, and we’re a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines as well.