Columbia SC has all the charm of a Southern destination with big city amenities, but none of the hassle. With three major interstates that intersect the city and a regional airport, getting here is straightforward.
Driving to Columbia
Three major interstates run through Columbia: I-26, I-20 and I-77. I-95 connects to I-20 and I-26 for easy access from anywhere on the Eastern corridor.
Flying to Columbia
Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) offers 35 non-stop flights a day from major airports across the country. The size and charm of CAE saves you time so you can spend more of your day experiencing this vibrant city. Find out more about CAE here.
The Megabus is a low-cost service that brings daily buses from Atlanta, Durham, N.C., Fayetteville, N.C., and New York.
The Greyhound bus system brings passengers to the heart of the downtown area.
The Columbia SC station (CLB) of the Amtrak is on the Silver Service/Palmetto line and includes arrivals from Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and dozens of other cities along the Eastern seaboard.