How to Reach Harrisburg
Harrisburg is an easily accessible city with good transport facilities.
- By AIR: Located just outside the city in Middletown is the Harrisburg International Airport which is well connected to major cities. From the airport, you can rent a car, hire a taxi or use shuttles and buses to reach the city. More options for flights are available via the Philadelphia International Airport and Baltimore Washington International Airport, both of which are located just 2 hours away from Harrisburg.
- By RAIL: The Harrisburg Transportation Center is the primary center for passenger rail services. The Amtrak rail facility is available with frequent trains from Philadelphia and beyond.
- By BUS: A convenient means of transportation via buses is provided by the Capitol Area Transit. Buses to the city run from the airport, Cumberland, and Dauphin counties. Other bus services available for your travel to in-state and out of state cities is provided by operators like Greyhound, Fullington Trailways, Bieber Trailways, and Rabbittransit.
- By CAR: Many cabs and cars on rent are available for your travel to Harrisburg. Interstate 81, 83, 76 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike all travel near or through the city providing great connectivity via road.
Getting around Harrisburg on foot is rather easy with numerous attractions and heritage buildings to be seen. Major areas of Harrisburg like the downtown, midtown and uptown sections are easily walkable. Biking and hiking trails running through river help you explore the city better on foot or with your bike.
Alternatively, you can rent a car or hire a cab and explore the city. American taxi and Londonderry Limo service are also available to get around the city.