Traveling to Paducah
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Paducah, Kentucky is located in far western Kentucky at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers. Halfway between Nashville and St. Louis on I-24, central geographic location makes Paducah an ideal destination for travel by car. Our inspiration guide, Road Trip Paducah, Kentucky, features five regional road trip routes to inspire you to explore Kentucky and surrounding areas!
Paducah is within an afternoon's drive of many major metropolitan areas including:
140 miles northwest of Nashville, Tennessee
170 miles miles southeast of St. Louis, Missouri
180 miles north of Memphis, Tennessee
220 miles west of Louisville, Kentucky
300 miles southwest of Indianapolis, Indiana
320 miles west of Cincinnati, Ohio
370 miles south of Chicago, Illinois
380 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia
Travel to Paducah by Air
Paducah is home to Barkley Regional Airport (PAH) with direct daily flights on Contour Airlines to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. With connections to Charlotte around the globe, you can get to Paducah with one stop from practically anywhere in the world.