PRIVATE JET FORT LAUDERDALE
This ocean-side city is known as the “Venice of America” due to the 165 miles of canals that run throughout the city. Only half an hour north of Miami, Fort Lauderdale offers thousands of restaurants to explore and hundreds of nightclubs to choose from. Fort Lauderdale’s seven miles of ocean beaches makes it a perfect place for yachting and boat tours.
Once the Spring Break capital of Florida, Fort Lauderdale has focused on creating a destination that is more appealing to the veteran traveler with a number of casinos, golf courses and spas. Other attractions include the world’s largest drive-in movie theatre, with 13 screens. For shopping, The Festival Flea Market features over 500 stores in an indoor market, so you are sure to find a treasure to bring home.
Cuisine: Not only does Fort Lauderdale have access to the freshest seafood, but the city also features a number of dock and dine restaurants where you can pull your boat into dock and enjoy a delicious meal on or overlooking the sea.
Must See: There is always something happening at the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk, a walkable waterfront park beginning at the beach and ending in downtown. The Riverwalk is now home to the arts and entertainment district with restaurants, clubs, shops and art galleries.
Lodging: The W Hotel Fort Lauderdale has a premiere location on South beach and is not only luxurious, but has incredible coastal views, a whiskey bar and a steak house.
Ground Transportation: Private jet Fort Lauderdale is a very popular route for Priority One Jets’ clients. We can have a luxury car waiting for you upon arrival to the executive airport.
Packing Tips: Pack resort casual wear for dinners out and swimwear for the beaches. You may need a sweater as temperatures can dip to the mid forties during cold fronts.
Recommended Books: Shop Till You Drop.
Currency: The US dollar is the local currency.
Calling Code United States: 1
Best Travel Dates: January to April is considered the best time for a private jet Fort Lauderdale, with weather in the seventies and low humidity. March and April do see a number of Spring Break travelers, so keep that in mind while planning your visit.