Getting Here and Around
Go green! Taking a bus is more relaxing than driving, and each bus makes up for at least 20 cars not on the road. The Greyhound Station in Florence operates Monday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and 7-10:30 p.m. Its hours of operation are subject to change, so please call to verify hours before making arrangements.
Florence is conveniently located at the intersections of I-95 and I-20, approximately halfway between New York City and Miami. That makes us a great stopping point for long road trips!
And we’re in the center of everything! Florence is located 80 miles east from the state capital Columbia, 70 miles west from Myrtle Beach, 120 miles North of Charleston, and 110 miles southeast of Charlotte, North Carolina.
If you need a little help getting to your Florence destination, feel free to give the visitor center a call (843) 664-0330.
The Florence Regional Airport (FLO) has provided continuous service to the public for over 75 years. Florence Regional offers daily flights by American Airlines / Piedmont, and is heavily used for general aviation. The hub serving Florence Regional Airport is the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT).
2100 Terminal Drive, Florence
The Florence Amtrak Station was constructed in 1996 by CSX, and is served by Amtrak’s Palmetto and Silver Meteor routes. The Palmetto is an 829-mile passenger train route which runs from New York to Savannah, Georgia. The Silver Meteor is a 1389-mile passenger train route running from New York to Miami.
807 Day St., Florence
The easiest way around Florence is by car. Florence has Uber and Lyft services. For more extensive travel, these car rental places can help you out!
Avis (Florence Regional Airport) – (843) 669-7695
Budget (Florence Regional Airport) – (843) 667-1260
Enterprise (2639 W. Palmetto St.) – (843) 669-6309
Enterprise (900 S. Irby St.) – (843) 413-5039
Hertz (Florence Regional Airport) – (843) 662-7930
Thrifty Car Rental (2011 S. Irby St.) – (843) 676-0310
U-Save Auto Rental (1403 S. Irby St.) – (843) 679-0857
The Pee Dee Regional Transit Authority (PDRTA) was formed in 1974 as the first RTA in the state. PDRTA serves the Pee Dee region, which includes Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion, and Marlboro counties.
PDRTA operates a fixed route bus service in Florence that is a convenient and affordable way for an individual or group to get around the city.
With PDRTA, you can plan a shopping or dining trip to Magnolia Mall or make a necessary medical appointment at one of our regional medical centers. PDRTA can get you to Drs. Bruce &Lee Foundation Library, the Florence Civic Center, or Francis Marion University.
All PDRTA vehicles are wheelchair accessible.
Pee Dee Regional Transit Authority