|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Hartsfield International Airport in Atlanta is an hour and a half from campus. Groome Transportation (www.groometransportation.com) provides daily ground shuttle service between Athens and Hartsfield. Athens has its own small commuter airport with daily flights to Nashville International Airport provided by SeaPort Airlines (www.seaportair.com). Inter-city bus transportation is provided by Southeastern Stages (www.southernstages.com) and Megabus (www.megabus.com.) Once in town, UGA Campus Transit, Athens Transit and private taxi service provide local transportation.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
From Atlanta, take I-85 to Highway 316 (University Pkwy.). This connects to the Athens Bypass, which leads to downtown Athens or call the UGA Visitors Center at College Station Rd.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
The UGA Hotel and Conference Center at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education (www.georgiacenter.uga.edu/uga-hotel) located on UGAÂ’s South Campus provides guests with convenient and upscale accommodations at a reasonable price. Across the street from historic North Campus, the Holiday Inn (www.holidayinn.com) has moderate rates, an indoor pool, an exercise room, and a restaurant. A less expensive choice is the Travelodge (www.travelodge.com), located within easy walking distance from campus and serves a continental breakfast.
|Local Accommodations: Far Away:|
Located 10 miles south of Athens in downtown Watkinsville, GA, Ashford Manor Bed and Breakfast (www.ambedandbreakfast.com) offers upscale accommodations on a five acre estate featuring an 1893 Victorian manor house, cottage, gazebo and four acres of landscaped gardens. SpringHill Suites by Marriott (www.springhillsuitesathens.com), located within a short drive to Athens offers reasonably priced suites and a free hot breakfast buffet. The Sleep Inn & Suites (www.sleepinn.com), 7 miles from downtown offers comfortable accommodations and a free continental breakfast at an economical price.