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Group Transport

Memphis, the second largest city in Tennessee, is situated on the Mississippi River in the southwestern corner of the state. Centrally located in the United States, it's easy to get to Memphis by road, runway, river, or rail. Find all transportation options and services for your group here.

GETTING TO MEMPHIS

Memphis International Airport (MEM) and Amtrak deliver visitors to Memphis, and the city is located with a 6- to 8-hour drive of 85% of the U.S. population. Ten airlines serve MEM, with 90 daily flights to and from 36 non-stop destinations. Upon arrival, airport transportation options include rental cars, limos, public buses, taxis and ride share. A taxi ride from MEM to downtown is 12 miles (15 minutes) and around $23-25 one way.   

GETTING AROUND MEMPHIS

Once you arrive, you can get around downtown on our vintage trolleys, rent a bike at easy-to-find Explore Bike Share stations across the city or cruise around on electric scooters available via app. For sightseeing on foot, trek across Big River Crossing. Get a closer look at the river on a riverboat cruise. Guided culinary, bus and walking tours share even more of Memphis' character. Find more fun ways to get around Memphis here.

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