Ease of Access

No matter where you call home, getting to Reno-Tahoe has never been easier. Reno-Tahoe International Airport serves approximately 4 million passengers a year on nine commercial airlines. The airport offers an average of 130 daily flights to 21 non-stop destinations across the U.S. and Mexico, and easy one-stop connections across the globe. Less than an hour to more than a dozen world-class ski resorts, golf courses, trails and, of course, Lake Tahoe, Reno-Tahoe is also a hub for events such as Burning Man, Hot August Nights, The Great Reno Balloon Race, American Century Championship, Wanderlust, and Artown.

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Reno/Sparks

Reno/Sparks

Drive Time From Airport

15 mins (To Downtown Reno)

About

Call it what you will, but Reno is nothing if not authentic. Although this Northern Nevadan hub is home to a growing entrepreneurial scene that is quickly changing the face of the community, Reno continues to retain the bold and scrappy pioneer character that sets it apart from so many communities. If you’re looking for an adventure to remember for a lifetime, Reno is a great place to start.

Must-See Attractions

The recently reconstructed Virginia Street Bridge cuts right across the Truckee River, which provides seasonal opportunities for rafting, swimming and kayaking. The burgeoning Midtown district offers an array of award-winning restaurants and breweries, such as Midtown Eats and The Brewer’s Cabinet. Visitors can also hike dozens of nearby trails offering stunning views of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Reno is also home to the beautiful and booming University of Nevada - the home of the Wolf Pack.

Getting Around Reno-Tahoe

Forget the long lines and headaches. Connecting from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport to your hotel room is a breeze, thanks to free shuttle service to all major resorts and casinos in the Reno/Sparks area. Free shuttle destinations include Eldorado Resort Casino, Harrah’s Reno Casino & Hotel, Circus Circus Reno, Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, Silver Legacy Resort Casino, Peppermill Reno and Grand Sierra Resort.

Paid shuttle services to North and South Lake Tahoe are also available, with nine daily shuttles to each end of the lake.

Need a rental car? Choose from one of nine different rental car agencies. The Reno-Tahoe International Airport also offers a designated area for rideshare services such Uber and Lyft, in addition to taxis and on-demand limousines.

Public transportation is also available as RTC Ride’s City Bus offers service between the airport and downtown Reno.

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