Getting Around

Renting a car is the best option for those planning to travel beyond the downtown area of Little Rock. Taxis are available in the city, but are not plentiful so it is best to call in advance as they can be difficult to hail on the street; the exception is the airport, where taxis are always available. The Little Rock Metro Streetcar services most of the main tourist attractions and entertainment venues downtown and is a cheap and convenient transport option for travellers. There is also a bus system which services most of the city, but it is less popular with visitors. Little Rock has a sizeable population of cyclists and renting a bike is a fun option.

Airports

Clinton National Airport

The airport is situated four miles (6km) from the city.

Clinton National Airport (LIT)

Overview

Shuttle services are available near Exit D and taxis outside Exit H on the west side of the baggage claim area. Public transport is available through Rock Region Metro; the bus stop is adjacent to the shuttle pick-up area.

Location

The airport is situated four miles (6km) from the city.

Getting to the city

Shuttle services are available near Exit D and taxis outside Exit H on the west side of the baggage claim area. Public transport is available through Rock Region Metro; the bus stop is adjacent to the shuttle pick-up area.

Time

GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).

Car rental

Car rental service is offered by Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are available at the airport. The taxi stand is located outside Exit H, on the west side of the baggage claim area.

Facilities

Facilities at the airport include restaurants, a food court, gift shops, newsagents, a book shop, ATMs and a visitor information centre.

Parking

Short and long-term parking is available. Parking costs $1 per 20 minutes in all lots, with daily maximums ranging from $8 to $13.

www.clintonairport.com

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