Getting To Key West

You can fly, drive or take a boat to the Key West. The city’s airport is serviced by all major carriers including Delta, American, USAir and United, Southwest and Cape Air. Charters are also available to various cities through Florida and the Bahamas. Ferry service is available between Key West and Ft. Myers (and in the winter months, Naples) and the US Highway 1 connects Key West to mainland Florida.
SUNSET TONIGHT: 7:24 PM
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Flights
Fly right into Key West International Airport. Or you can fly into Miami International Airport and take the scenic drive down!
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Rental Cars
All major car rental agencies have offices in Key West and can be found at the airport, New Town and Old Town. Whether you want the wind through your hair with a convertible, or something small to get around the narrow streets of Old Town, finding a car for your needs and budget is a breeze.
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Key West Express
Ferry service between Ft. Myers and Key West and Marco Island and Key West (December-April). Travel in comfort aboard the state-of-the-art Key West Express, a 170 foot ocean catamaran, the 155’ Big Cat or the `140 Atlantic Cat.
Address: 1200 Main St Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Phone: 239-463-5733
Website: http://www.seakeywestexpress.com