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This place is always sunny and warm, with a temperature around 76°F / 25°C. It’s an excellent place to visit because of the weather. There’s a 24-mile beach near Fort Lauderdale, divided into eight cities, each with their unique qualities. The cities are Deerfield Beach, Hillsboro Beach, Pompano Beach, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Fort Lauderdale, Dania Beach, Hollywood, and Hallandale Beach.




Broward County is in South Florida, between Palm Beach and Miami. It covers a large area from Deerfield Beach to Hallandale Beach. There are over 1.9 million people who live here in 31 different cities. The western edge has lots of Everglades. If you don't have a car, you can use different ways to get around like Community Shuttle, Tri-Rail, Water Taxi, Uber, Lyft, taxi and transit.


Brightline is the only company that offers an eco-friendly and speedy rail service in America. The train is located in the center of Fort Lauderdale, and you can use it to go anywhere within a five-mile distance from the stations. It travels between Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, and in 2023 it will reach Orlando International Airport after it's finished being built.


Circuit is a fun way to explore Fort Lauderdale. We have electric vehicles and local drivers who will take you to the best spots for food, shopping and fun without any parking issues or extra costs. Download our app on your phone and start exploring Fort Lauderdale for free!


Get affordable bus travel with! Starting at just $1, they provide safe, convenient, and eco-friendly transportation services using double decker buses. They have free Wi-Fi and charging outlets on board to keep you connected. Megabus operates through over 100 major North American cities with their express services. Booking a ticket is easy on their website.

Getting to Fort Lauderdale From Miami

If you’re driving, take I-95 North for the quickest route. To get to downtown Fort Lauderdale, take the Broward Boulevard exit going east. Expect traffic during busy times which might slow you down. Alternatively, take an enjoyable drive along A1A for picturesque views of Miami, Hallandale, Dania, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale beaches as you journey north.

Riding the high-speed rail called Brightline will take you from Miami to Fort Lauderdale in 40 minutes. If you need a car when you get there, you can rent one at the station. There are also other options available for getting around without a car.

Explore Fort Lauderdale’s best attractions, like the beach, Las Olas Boulevard, and downtown, with the free LauderGO! Micro Mover shuttle. Use the Ride Circuit app to book rides within a 5-mile radius. Don’t miss the NSU Art Museum and the Museum of Discovery & Science, and enjoy the cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife. Drivers appreciate tips, and the shuttles operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tri-Rail takes you from Miami Airport to Fort Lauderdale. From Fort Lauderdale stop, take the free LauderGO! Community Shuttle’s NW Community Link to reach downtown. You can take Broward County Transit (bus) Route 22 to reach Sawgrass Mills mall directly from Tri-Rail station.