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Exploring Travel & Parking Options Near The Astana

Nearby Travel & Parking Options

Getting Here

Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are active in Richmond and are often to best option to get around if you are going longer distances. There are also taxi services, such as Henrico Taxi.

Public buses are also an effective and more environmentally friendly way of getting around Richmond. The public bus routes are particularly good in the Downtown, the Fan, Museum District, and Scott’s Addition neighborhoods. Plan your route here: GRTC Transit System


Free and metered street parking is available in the blocks nearby the Astana. For metered parking, please note that the meters often require coins or mobile payment via the Passport app. Parking is often abundant and free after 6 pm daily and on Sundays.

There are also many inexpensive lots within walking distance of the Astana, as well as an underground parking deck at the Holiday Inn Express across the street. Many of these lots accept cash or credit cards. 

For more information, we suggest you check out the following websites before your visit:

Travel Options to Richmond

Richmond is easily accessible by plane via Richmond International Airport (RIC), train, bus, and personal automobile. For more information on each of these transportation options, see below.


If you plan to fly into Richmond, we highly recommend you fly into Richmond International Airport. It’s an easy 20-minute drive to the Astana and is far less complicated than flying into Washington, DC airports. 

There are direct flights available from many major airports, including Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Denver, Dallas, Detroit, Newark, Houston, Jacksonville, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, and St. Petersburg.


Amtrack services two stations in the Richmond area: one in neighboring Henrico County at the Richmond Staples Mill Station (8.1 mi. from the Astana), and one in Downtown Richmond at Main Street Station (1 mi. from the Astana). Visit for more information.


Bus service comes in and out of Richmond through the following lines: