Cheap round-trip flights to Fort Lauderdale

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Finding Cheap Flights to Fort Lauderdale

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Flights to Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is an important point of entry into the United States, particularly from Central and South American countries. The airport sees a large number of international and domestic travellers, and it is served by most major airlines. When you use ebookers to look for a low fare deal on your air ticket to Fort Lauderdale, our state-of-the-art search engine scans all of the airlines that fly into the city and returns the best possible flights.

Airports in Fort Lauderdale

The major airport in Fort Lauderdale is Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The airport has three terminals, which are arranged around a central parking structure. Free wireless Internet is available in all terminals, and there is a business centre and a currency exchange booth in Terminal 2. Often, flights into Fort Lauderdale are cheaper than flights into Miami, so travellers often fly into the city but stay elsewhere. Miami International Airport is located about 30 miles away.

Transportation from Fort Lauderdale Airport

Once you land in Fort Lauderdale, you will find a variety of transportation options to get into the city. If you are traveling alone, the cheapest option is a shared shuttle, which you can catch outside of the baggage claim area. Prices vary based on your final destination but are not affected by the number of people taking the shuttle. The Tri-Rail commuter train also stops near the airport, which is handy if you are transferring to Miami airport. Taxis and luxury cars are an economical option if you have a bigger group. If you are flying into Fort Lauderdale to catch a cruise, a taxi or a car to the Port of Miami should cost no more than $75. For nature lovers, the Florida Everglades are nearby, and most hotels can help you find a tour. If you are interested in museums or science, Fort Lauderdale has plenty to offer: The Museum of Discovery and Science, Butterfly World, and the Buehler Planetarium & Observatory are just a few.

Attractions in Fort Lauderdale

Although many people pass through Fort Lauderdale on the way to other places, the city has quite a few to offer. The beaches are the main draw for visitors, offering miles of white sand and turquoise waters. If you are interested in cultural events, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts hosts a variety of professional touring groups each year, offering everything from ballet to Broadway musicals. For sightseeing, you can hop on the Fort Lauderdale Sun Trolley, which costs less than a dollar a ride and goes all over the city.

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Fort Lauderdale When to Go

December to April is the best time span to go to Fort Lauderdale weather-wise, with warm, dry air and very little rain. Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding beaches becomes a magnet for visitors during this period, as is the case with nearby vacation destinations Miami and Palm Beach. Spring-breakers still come to party in March—though Fort Lauderdale is more family-friendly than notorious party spots like Miami and Daytona.

The heat of the summer sun is intense, made worse by the high humidity, which makes visiting anytime between June and September a constant effort to find air conditioning or a cold drink. It also means the annual flock of “snowbirds”—those who live there only for the agreeable winter months—migrate back to the cooler north to leave the place emptier for about six months of the year. Summer is also rainy season, so be prepared for short, daily downpours. On the plus side, summer also means less traffic and off-season prices.

Each year between June and November, Florida’s Atlantic coastline is threatened by hurricanes coming out of the Caribbean Sea. The chances of a direct hit are fairly remote, but it does happen. According to the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, September is the most active month for hurricanes in the South Florida region.


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