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Key West can be reached by Land, Sea and Air.
The scenic drive to Key West should not be missed. From Miami,
take the Florida Turnpike south, which ends at U.S. 1. Continue
on US 1 South to Key West. Expect the trip to take about 3.5 hours.
Key West Shuttle
This high-speed ferry service shuttles passengers between Florida’s
west coast and Key West in just three and a half hours. Service
is available to and from Naples and Fort Myers. 1-888-KEYBOAT. www.keywestshuttle.com
Key West International Airport offers the convenience and ease
of travel. Direct flights or connection to the Florida Keys are
available from Atlanta, Nassau, Bahamas, and a host of Florida
cities. Please check with the airlines for details on specific
flights and route information. Also, visit our sponsors website
Cape Air / Nantucket Airlines www.flycapeair.com
For more information about traveling to Key West, visit www.fla-keys.com