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Getting Around Palm Springs

Getting around Palm Springs is relatively easy. There are airlines, public transportation, taxis and car rentals all in the city.

With the growing popularity of the city, airlines are constantly adding more flights and more airline carriers are adding more service to the desert. Therefore, prices are becoming even more competitive. The easiest way to get into the city is through the Palm Springs International Airport, which is about 1 mile from downtown. The airport also has its own putting green, for those who wish to golf while en route.

Once you arrive, you can either rent a car to visit the surrounding cities of Palm Springs or if you are feeling adventurous, rent a Harley Davidson to tour the desert resorts. The weather is also usually accommodating and the scenes are quite beautiful. Golf carts are also legal in many of the streets, which is another transportation option.

Greyhound
311 N. Indian Canyon - 760-325-2053

Amtrak
800-872-7245
Indio: Jackson & Railroad Ave (no terminal, pick-up point only)
Palm Springs Airport, and the Shopping Center in Palm Desert.
Amtrak's Sunset Limited train stops at Palm Springs North

Desert Express Transportation and Taxi
SRA 98-100
73-820 Shadow Lake Drive
Palm Desert, California 92260

More Information
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