Those traveling to Asheville will have plenty of entertainment options; the city is home to a thriving arts community, a variety of outdoor pursuits, as well as plenty of shops.
The city has over thirty art galleries and twice a year offers 'studio strolls', where visitors can take a tour of the working artists' studios in the area. If you're lucky, you may even be able to catch an Art in the Airport exhibition in the airport itself, which run at various times throughout the year. Being surrounded by mountains, you can also take part in a variety of nature walks and hikes, accompanied with beautiful views of North Carolina's mountain lines.
Visitors flying into Asheville Regional Airport (AVL will find it is located off I-26 on NC Highway 280, also known as Airport Road. The airport has free Wi-Fi and complementary phones, meaning it's easy to stay connected at all times when organizing your post-journey plans.
Hints and Tips
Renting a car once arriving at Asheville Regional Airport is easy. The airport boasts five on-site car rental agencies and there are others nearby the airport itself. Once you leave with airport, there are a variety of travel options including car rental, taxi services and pick-up zones if you are waiting for someone to collect you.