How to Reach Fresno


  • By air: The Fresno/Yosemite International Airport is well-served by most large-scale carriers to the big cities of Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
  • By train: There are six trains serving Fresno on the Amtrak’s San Joaquin route.
  • By car: This is the most widely undertaken method to get to Fresno. Fresno lies at 3 hours from San Francisco, 3.5 hours from Los Angeles, and 5.5 hours from San Diego.
  • By bus: Downtown Fresno is served by Greyhound.


  • By bus: Fresno Area Express is a modest bus system serving Fresno.
  • By car: You can get around Fresno conveniently, if you have your own car.
  • By bicycle: Fresno has a friendly bicycle community, given its recognition as the first town or city in the Central Valley to earn a Bronze Medal Designation from the League of American Bicyclists. There are cycling paths, but the city is developing them for better, wider ones.
  • On foot: You can reach the popular points of interest in Fresno on foot.