Getting Here

By Land

Connect to U.S. 1 South in Florida City and discover why it’s called the Overseas Highway. Traveling along this beautiful scenic highway that separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean is akin to a 90 mile sail. Count down the mile markers to Key West, where your adventure begins. We are three hours from Miami, four hours from Fort Lauderdale, and a world away from average. Click here for car rentals/shuttle services companies.

By Air

Key West International Airport, a 10 minute drive from the downtown area, welcomes airlines such as U.S. Airways, Continental, Delta and American Eagle and beginning December 17, 2009 Air Tram. Most flights either connect through larger cities including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Orlando and Atlanta. Car rentals, taxis, and bus service are available at the airport. Select resorts provide guest shuttles. See the Visitor Services section for transportation information.
Key West International Airport
3492 South Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, Fl 33040
305-296-5439

By Water

The Key West Ferry Terminal is located at the foot of Grinnell and Caroline Street in the downtown historic seaport district and home to a high speed ferry which provides daily transportation to and from the West Coast of Florida. Click here for a list of ferry boat operators.

And Everything Else

Once you arrive, leave the car keys behind. Our two-by-four mile island is ideal for bikes, scooters and your own two feet. Rental shop owners supply bicycles equipped with necessary lights and locks, and scooter agents make sure that all the drivers are comfortable before sending them off.

City Bus/Public Transportation

For a copy of the City of Key West and Lower Keys Bus Schedule Click here.
To find your way around by foot, contact the Chamber at 1-800-LAST-KEY to receive a complimentary street map before you arrive or just ask a local-they love to help.

The Free Duval Loop