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Why Fly to Providence?
Encompassing an area of only 20 square miles, Providence packs a lot in for visitors looking for New England quaintness, cosmopolitan culture and scenic beauty. Nicknamed Rhode Island's "Creative Capital," Providence is home to one of the nation's best art schools, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The school fuels Providence's Arts and Entertainment District, includes several art galleries and performance spaces. Providence's rich city blocks could be considered a work of art as the city is believed to have a larger percentage of buildings on the National Historic Register than any other U.S. city. Beyond Providence's architecture, the natural beauty is worth the trip: the Moshassuck and Woonasquatucket Rivers converge to become the Providence River, which is overlooked by cobblestone walkways and Venetian bridges.
Which Airlines Fly to Providence?
T.F. Green Airport (PVD) in Warwick is about 10 miles from the Providence's downtown and thus is not far from many Providence hotels. Six airlines fly in and out of T.F. Green: Air Canada, Cape Air, Continental Airlines, Delta, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.
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Providence Flight Tips
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Quick Travel Guide to Providence
RISD and its associated galleries exemplify some of Providence's offerings in the visual arts, but those aren't the only opportunities for travelers seeking culture. Several Providence hotels are within a short distance of the city's Arts and Entertainment District. The Tony Award-winning Trinity Repertory Company and the Providence Performing Arts Center constantly feature ballets, opera, plays, musical concerts, Broadway musicals and children's performances. If you're looking for non-traditional art you might not get at home, check out WaterFire Providence, a series of fire sculpture installations on the city's three downtown rivers. If you'd like to enjoy the rivers without fire, you can traverse Providence's waterways in a gilded gondola.