ABOUT CHARLOTTE

GETTING HERE

No matter your distance—regional, national or international—there’s a quick and stress-free way to get to Charlotte. Whether by plane, train or automobile, we’ll help you find the route that gets you where you need to go.

GETTING TO THE QUEEN CITY...

by Car

Interstates 77 and 85 link Charlotte to hubs across the Southeast, Northeast and Midwest. Interstate 40 is a coast-to-coast link located less than an hour north of the Queen City. nccommerce.com

by Plane

Charlotte Douglas International Airport sees more than 700 flights take off daily and offers more than 160 nonstop flights to international and domestic destinations. cltairport.com

by Train

Three Amtrak routes serve the city daily: The Piedmont connects Charlotte and Raleigh; the Carolinian runs to New York; and the Crescent travels from New York to New Orleans. NC by Train even schedules special excursions for events like Carolina Panthers and college football games. amtrak.com

by Bus

Daily Greyhound service to and from Charlotte is available with connections to Raleigh, Atlanta, Richmond and more. Other services, including Megabus and Wanderu, also offer routes to the Queen City. greyhound.com

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