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Los Angeles (LAX) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
Typically, flights to Fort Lauderdale from Los Angeles are cheaper when flying from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale, which has an average price of $348
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE FROM LOS ANGELES||January||30% cheaper||Flying from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale costs on average just $247 in January|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE FROM LOS ANGELES||June||44% more expensive||It costs about $504 for flights to Fort Lauderdale from Los Angeles in June|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO FORT LAUDERDALE FROM LOS ANGELES||December||293% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Fort Lauderdale from Los Angeles in December than any other month|
If you’re seeking sandy beaches, palm tree-lined streets, extravagant shopping, dining and entertainment, Fort Lauderdale is the place for you. Often dubbed the “Venice of America,” the city’s navigable waterways and canals attract thousands of yachting enthusiasts from across the globe. You’ll enjoy the typical Florida sunshine and average temperatures of 60 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit for over 6 months straight, from December – April. This is also the peak tourist season and rates for flights and hotels tend to be on the higher side. From May, the city experiences frequent, heavy rainfall and average temperatures climb steadily to 90 degrees Fahrenheit by peak summer. From June – November, the city is prone to hurricanes. If you’re planning to visit during this time, try to book refundable flights and hotels.
If you are planning a flight to Fort Lauderdale and are looking to avoid the rain, you should avoid traveling during the months of March, June, and July. These months will typically see 5.1 inches or more of rain, meaning that rain is likely. If you do run into rain while in Fort Lauderdale, there are still things to do and ways to enjoy your trip. International Swimming Hall of Fame is a great museum to visit near Fort Lauderdale and is especially great when the weather outside is less than desirable. For those looking to get out of the rain and do a little shopping, check out Las Olas Boulevard.
April is widely considered the best time to visit Fort Lauderdale to go to area beaches like Las Olas Beach. For those looking to visit another area beach, Fort Lauderdale Beach Park is a great option in the Fort Lauderdale area.
There may be other airlines that fly to Fort Lauderdale from United States, but the most popular among our users are Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue and Delta. These airlines should offer flights to Fort Lauderdale on a routine basis if you’re flying from one of the more popular airports in United States.
Alaska Airlines operates around 19 flights into Fort Lauderdale in any given week. The most common departure point for these flights was from Dallas/Fort Worth, with the best round-trip Alaska Airlines deal found being $109 (Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson to Fort Lauderdale). Users have rated Alaska Airlines 7.9/10 in over 1,992 reviews on momondo.
Delta flies to Fort Lauderdale 69 times per week usually, making it a popular airline to fly with, particularly when heading to Fort Lauderdale from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson. Delta (rating: 7.8, 1,263 reviews) varies in price depending on when and where you want to fly to Fort Lauderdale from. The best Delta ticket price found on momondo to Fort Lauderdale was from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson ($98 round-trip).
One of the easiest ways to get around in Fort Lauderdale and visit the surrounding towns is to hire a vehicle and drive yourself. Driving in the city is easy as the streets are laid out in a grid-based pattern with “avenues” running north-south and “streets” running east-west. However, if you don’t wish to be stuck behind the wheel, and are going to spend most of your time within the city, here are some of the other modes of transportation to get around in Fort Lauderdale.
Trolleys and buses
Sun Trolley operates along the beach and downtown, as well as to Las Olas Boulevard. The downtown link service is free while fares for the Beach and La Olas links is $1.00 USD for a single ride or $3.00 USD for a day pass. Broward County Transit (BCT) offers buses throughout the city. Regular one-way fare is $2.00 USD or you can purchase an all day pass for $5.00 USD.
The water taxis that use the city’s waterways are a fun and interesting way to visit the major attractions. Taxis travel along the Intracoastal and New River stopping at 12 popular sights. You can hop on and off the boats all day for $26.00 USD (for adults) and $12.00 USD (for children ages 5 – 11).
Taxis are easily available throughout the city, but rides tend to be far more expensive than public transport, unless you’re travelling in a group. Ride-share options such as Uber and Lyft are also available.
Cycling is an excellent way to explore some parts of the city. Check out the city’s bike-share program, Broward County B-cycle. You can access bikes at several bike stations around downtown and pay $5.00 USD per 30 minute ride up to a maximum of 10 rides per day.
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Fort Lauderdale’s numerous activities and sights, and opportunities for waterfront relaxation, make it an excellent short-stay destination. You can decide whether to spend your days within your beachfront resort, feasting your eyes on gorgeous beaches and crystal blue waters, or venture out and explore the city. Here are a few suggestions on what to see and do in Fort Lauderdale.
Watch out for spring break partiers
Fort Lauderdale attracts large crowds of college students looking for beach fun, alcohol, and excitement during their spring break. At this time the beaches are flooded with boisterous crowds, wild parties, and loud music. If you don’t like this sort of thing, you should avoid visiting Fort Lauderdale during the spring break season.
Be beach ready
Respect the beach warnings, especially during hurricane season. Watch out for needlefish and jellyfish that sometimes make an appearance, even in shallow waters. Cover yourself with plenty of sunscreen, stay hydrated, and try to rent umbrellas while sitting on the beach. The Florida sun is warm and welcoming, but you may be surprised at how quickly it can give you a sunburn or heat stroke.
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