Harrisburg, PA is accessible to travelers in a few ways, the first being by air.  Harrisburg International Airport (HIA) serves the city of Harrisburg and all of central Pennsylvania.  Harrisburg Airport has been recently redesigned and rebuilt, giving the facility many modern conveniences including wireless Internet service and several passenger service amenities.  The airport services flights from most major US carriers as well as many international carriers.  Ground transportation is available from the airport into Harrisburg in the form of rental cars, taxis, public buses, and hotel shuttle bus service.  A listing of area hotels offering this service is available at the airport's website.

Another popular way to get to Harrisburg is by car.  The city is centrally located in the state and easy to get to.  While in the city ample parking is available for those with cars.  Driving directions are available from the Harrisburg Convention and Visitors Bureau's website, as are road condition reports of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.  Checking road conditions before driving is especially important for those driving to Harrisburg during the winter months, as the area can sometimes get large amounts of snow.