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Destination guides > North America > USA > Southwest USA > Nevada > Reno


Up until the late 1950s, Reno was the gambling capital of the United States before it was eclipsed by Las Vegas. Virginia Street is Reno's main casino strip and many people come here for a less-glitzy alternative to Vegas.

Practical information

Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Association (RSCVA)

4001 South Virginia Street, Reno
Tel 1 800 367 7366
Open 8am-5pm daily

Coming & going


Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) has 130 daily flights throughout the United States. Bus 19 ($2) runs between the airport and downtown Reno.


Greyhound coaches stop in Reno en route between San Francisco and Salt Lake City. The Greyhound stop is at 155 Stevenson Street.


Amtrak has direct trains from Reno to Chicago, Denver, Oakland/Emeryville and Sacramento. The train station is at 280 North Center Street in the city centre.

Local transport

RTC Ride operates 30 bus routes throughout the Reno area. The main bus terminus is the 4th Street Station in downtown Reno. A one-way fare is $2 and a 24-hour pass costs $5.

Reno, Nevada local bus network map

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