Affordable one-way flights to Fort Lauderdale
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Get a taste of American culture while strolling long stretches of sandy beaches. Many of the famous beaches along the Florida coast have been awarded the coveted Blue Flag, ensuring cleanliness and clarity of water. Enjoy any number of water sports such as windsurfing and sailing, and explore the fascinating Everglades located just a short drive from Fort Lauderdale. For those looking for outdoor fun, a flight to Fort Lauderdale is perfect!
There is also a thriving art scene in the splendid Florida beach town of Fort Lauderdale, and the night-life is always bustling. Thanks to the great prices on cheap flights to Fort Lauderdale, you can also indulge in some of the fantastic shopping available here and in nearby Miami. Book your cheap flight today with Condor and explore this fascinating corner of the south eastern United States.
Upcoming flights to Fort Lauderdale
There are many cheap flights available with us. The most direct route to Fort Lauderdale is via Frankfurt; a flight from Frankfurt to Fort Lauderdale takes approximately 10.5 hours. Should you be travelling from another town in Europe, it may be necessary to transfer in Frankfurt. Despite this, we at Condor are sure you can to find a cheap flight that conveniently fits your travel needs.
After your flight arrives at the the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport you have a number of options for getting to your accommodation. The airport is located approximately 5 kilometres south-west of the city centre, so you can take a city bus to the city centre or, perhaps more conveniently, grab a taxi. Another option is to hire a car for the duration of your stay. Agencies are plentiful at the airport.
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Top sights in the USA
Fort Lauderdale Beach
This is one of the most popular beaches in all of Florida and it draws millions of visitors each year. The beachfront is notoriously clean, and there is a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and bars nearby. Boat and jet ski rentals are plentiful, as are volleyball courts and spots to snorkel or fish.
Museum of Art
The Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art hosts an impressive collection of American and Cuban art. It was founded in 1958 and has a permanent collection of over six thousand works, including Picasso ceramics and paintings from American artist William Glackens. The museum regularly hosts lectures, events, and temporary exhibits.
The Everglades Park is reachable in under two hours. The fascinating swamp and marsh land with 300 species of birds as well as a host of alligators offers an unforgettable experience. Take a narrated air-boat tour and check out the the alligator and reptile exhibit and the reconstructed Indian villages.
The Stranahan House, located in down town Fort Lauderdale, offers a stark contrast to the modern high rises. Constructed in 1901, the Stranahan house was first used as a trading post for early settlers and the native Seminole Indians. Today, visitors can see original turn-of-the-century furnishings and historical photos.
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
Located a short walk from the beach is the tranquil Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. This 180-acre park lies on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Inland Waterway. There are plenty of peaceful beaches, salt water fishing options, and even some decent surfing on the north shore.