Traveling to Greenville
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  • Area Activities: Things to Do in Greenville 
  • Restaurants: Food & Drink
  • Transportation: Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport & Public Transportation
    • Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is located along I-85, about 15 minutes from the heart of town. Air service is frequent, convenient, and cost effective, with service provided by six major airlines: US Airways, Delta, Southwest, Allegiant, American Eagle and United.
    • Staying at the Hyatt Regency Greenville? For guests flying into the area, they offer complimentary shuttle service to and from Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). Contact guest services (864.235.1234) 24 hours prior to your arrival to confirm shuttle times and arrange your pickup.
    • Staying at the Westin Poinsett Greenville? Complimentary airport shuttle service is available with a reservation (required). Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 8:30am - 9pm; Sat, Sun: 8:30am - 8:30pm; Use shuttle phone, 1.864.421.9700, to arrange your pickup.
  • Pride Link – A resource for hanging out with your friends, meeting new people, accessing health services, and getting connected to the community.
  • Upstate Pride SC – A resource for local and national support, welcoming churches, friendly businesses, and more.
  • Places of Worship: People of virtually every faith and doctrine are proud to call greater Greenville home.
  • See Childcare, Family-Friendly, & Walkable Resources Below

Letters for Visa Application or International Travel 

If you need a formal letter for travel purposes, email with the important details that should be included in the letter.


Local Child Care Options

Giggles Drop-In Childcare – Drop-in childcare option with two locations, one on Augusta Road and the other on Pelham Road. They are open Monday-Friday (8am-8pm) and Saturday (10am-10pm).


Child-Friendly Local/Walkable Services


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