There is only one airport where flights to West Palm Beach can land, Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). Its amazing restaurants, art exhibits, and specialty shops provide travelers great deals on a wide variety of items. Travelers can kill layover time or enjoy excellent shopping opportunities for souvenirs. And for those who simply enjoy window shopping or sightseeing, this presents a great opportunity to drip some time away or get something special for a loved one. Park & Ride shuttles connect passengers from their gate to hotels or other businesses, such as the eight car rental services available for quick travel from West Palm Beach flights.
West Palm Beach has excellent year-round attractions; it's best to visit West Palm Beach during the spring and around April or early September. These are the months when the weather is mild and there is no ice and snow to worry about when booking flights to West Palm Beach. Winter is spectacular compared to most places north in the U.S., but the city's population increases tremendously during the winter when visitors get away from the cold of their hometowns. If your scheduling a bargain West Palm Beach flights during the winter months, bring some extra spending money and expect to pay more for purchases during the Christmas season.
Because of parking and traffic issues, taking the public transportation is your best option to getting around after your West Palm Beach flight. If you would like private transportation you can rent a car at the airport. The Palm Tran is the primary service for Palm Beach County. Tri- Rail provides short-rail train service from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale or Miami. You can ride the municipal bus system which operates within the city limits hail a taxi from the street or at your hotel.
The many attractions in the area are all conveniently accessible via the public transportation system in this sunny, popular spot on Florida’s cost.
Beacause West Palm Beach weather is so mild most of the year, it’s possible to enjoy the beaches, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, and airboat rides through the Everglades any time of year.
Between Thanksgiving and the end of Februrary, the beaches, restaurants and golf courses are swamped with snowbirds fleeing the east coast’s inclimate weather.
During the fall shoulder season, October into November, humidty has mellowed, hurricane danger has passed, and the weather is still warm. Hotel rates start to rise after Thanksgiving, so late fall is a great time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds. By the time the spring shoulder season rolls around in May and June, the fancy folks have packed up and headed to Martha’s Vineyard, so beaches are much quieter and it’s easier to get a room at the storied Breakers Hotel or reserve a table at Café Boulud.
The most unpleasant months are August and September, when it’s hot and humid, and rife with tropical storms or hurricanes.
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