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Fort Lauderdale Beach Park - Fort Lauderdale FL 33316 USA // 26.108897, - 80.105293

By car

  • Interstate 95 (I-95) is the major North-South artery along the East side of the city. It connects Fort Lauderdale with the downtowns of Miami and West Palm Beach and goes north to Jacksonville and beyond
  • Florida's Turnpike runs North-South west of the city. To the south it connects to Homestead and the Florida Keys. To the north it connects to Orlando and North Florida
  • I-595/I-75 connects Fort Lauderdale to Florida's West Coast (including Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota and the Tampa Bay area)
  • Public Parking: available at Fort Lauderdale Beach Park

By train

  • Tri-Rail: Tri-Rail is a commuter rail line linking Miami Airport, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach in Florida. It is run by the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority. The 72-mile system has 18 stations along the South Florida coast. The train connects to the Metrorail in Miami at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail Transfer Station
  • Amtrak: Provides service to cities up the Atlantic Coast of the United States. Amtrak has two stops in the Fort Lauderdale Area: one in Fort Lauderdale is located on Broward Boulevard and I-95, and another one in the suburb of Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard and I-95. The train goes south to Miami and north to Boca Raton

By bus

Greyhound, Megabus, Red Coach, etc. connect to Fort Lauderdale

By boat

Port Everglades, on the south side of the city center, is the most active container port and second most active cruise port in Florida. It supports a high number of cruise ships with about ten thousand passengers arriving and departing each week.



+1 (954) 564-1000
1140 Seabreeze Boulevard - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316, USA
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