Orbitz.com can help you find flights from Lexington, Kentucky, by searching many airlines at once to find bargain tickets. The Blue Grass Airport serves Lexington and the surrounding areas. It is located at the intersection of US 60 and Man o'War Boulevard, four miles west of the city center. Seven airlines, including Allegiant, Eagle and Delta, provide scheduled domestic flights.
The Blue Grass Airport has both short-term and long-term parking available. Fees are $2.00 for the first hour and $1.00 for each additional hour, with a daily maximum of $14.00 in the short-term lot and $11.00 per day in the long-term lots. There is an economy lot with a daily maximum of $8.00 per day. Any car with handicap plates or placards will be charged $8.00 per day, regardless of lot. Detailing service is available while you are traveling. Payment can be made with Visa, MasterCard, American Express or cash.
If you would prefer not to leave your car at the airport, metered taxis are available to transport you. Fares are approximately $2.50 per mile, with an initial $2.50 charge. There is also a bus stop at the airport. There is an express bus route from Blue Grass Airport to the downtown Transit Center on Vine Street, Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Let Orbitz.com help you plan your next trip. Not only can we find you great deals on an air ticket, we can find ground transportation too.
There are several restaurant options available at the Blue Grass Airport. Market Fresh, Knob Creek Bourbon Lounge, The Taproom and Primo Cappuchino are all great places to grab a bite to eat while you are waiting for your flight. There are also several shops if you need to make any last minute purchases. Orbitz.com can help you find great deals on flights from Lexington.
Much of Italy is mobbed in July and August, when vacationing families from Europe, North America, and Japan flock to the country’s top sites and cities, Florence included. Coincidentally, those are also the hottest two months, and the time of year when the humidity is most loathed. Many residents head for the hills or the beach in August, the customary Italian vacation month, which means that some businesses are closed.
Late September and October make up the fall shoulder season, with warm, sunny days and slightly fewer tourists—the best time to visit—but by November, the weather tends to turn cloudy, dull, and cold. September is also vendemmia (grape harvest), a joyful time of celebration throughout the countryside villages and farms.
In winter, hotel rates drop, a seat in the trattorias becomes easy to find, and lines to the museums are next to nil. Though the weather is brisk—temperatures are typically near the 40s in December, January, and February—winter is an excellent time to see Florentine life without the crowds of tourists. You can also take in some interesting events, such as the Epiphany in January. Locals have been celebrating the arrival of the three kings to Jesus’s manger through parades and performances for more than 600 years.
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