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Why Fly to Augusta?

Rich in history, culture, cuisine and scenic beauty, Augusta has options for any traveler. The Augusta Riverwalk offers one of the best views of the city and is complemented by the Augusta Canal, which offers miles of waterways to enjoy through downtown. Augusta is full of several antebellum mansions, and boasts several architecturally-rich sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There's always an event to hold your interest, as Augusta has several festivals spotlighting international cultures and foods. Many out-of-towners who come to Augusta to see the Masters golf tournament become lifelong visitors. Cheap flights to Augusta are easy to find, as are affordable Augusta hotels, giving you all the more reason to explore this gem of the South.

Which Airlines Fly to Augusta?

Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) is the main airport that serves the Augusta area. Located just west of the Georgia/South Carolina border, it is about 20 minutes away from downtown Augusta. Atlanta, Charlotte and Dallas are the cities with the most frequent flights to Augusta on American Eagle, Delta and U.S. Airways, but you can also find cheap airfare to Augusta from several cities throughout the U.S., including Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

Augusta Flight Tips

Find cheap flights to Augusta by traveling mid-week. Often flying on a Tuesday or Wednesday can lead to significant ticket discounts.

Quick Travel Guide to Augusta

Most people know Augusta primarily for the Masters golf tournament each April, one of the most prestigious events in the sport. Throughout the year, though, you can visit the Augusta National Golf Club and take in the pristine course, which has been ranked by Golf Magazine as one of the best golf courses in the world.

The city's zest for golf has spilled over into disc golf. There are more than eight disc golf courses in the Augusta area, including the headquarters of the Professional Disc Golf Association. There are several other outdoor options, though, including some of the best fishing and boating in Georgia on the Savannah River.

No matter the reason for your travel to Augusta, budget some time to stroll down the city's Riverwalk. Within walking distance of some great downtown Augusta hotels, the Riverwalk lets you take in some of the best views of the city, including the tree-lined streets and the historic post-war mansions.

Arts-minded travelers will want to check out the 1000 block of Broad Street, a trendy section of downtown known as Artists’ Row. Here, you'll find a several galleries and studios with a range of artistic styles.

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