Sunny Ft. Lauderdale is a popular resort destination thanks to the fact that its climate is warm year-round. The most popular time to visit is during the winter high season from mid-December to mid-May. Mid-May to September in Ft. Lauderdale is known as the low season as families, locals and convention visitors flock to the area. A third season in Ft. Lauderdale, currently taking place, is the shoulder season from October to mid-December.
Shoulder season is a great time to visit Ft. Lauderdale, and it’s even easier to get there by jet charters.
One of the not-to-be-missed attractions of Fort Lauderdale is the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District. This area runs along Las Olas Boulevard from the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale to the beach. Several area organizations came together to create the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment Consortium. This group includes the Broward Center for Performing Arts, Florida Grand Opera and the Historic Stranahan House Museum who have partnered to promote cultural tourism. You won’t run out of art exhibits, gallery openings, unforgettable theatrical and musical performances and other cultural learning experiences in this part of town!
In addition to its reputation as a cultural hub, Ft. Lauderdale is also home to more than 4,000 restaurants and over 120 nightclubs. For all those food lovers looking to visit the city by jet charters, you’ll be happy to hear that Dine Out Lauderdale is now taking place (through November 8). This six-week celebration of the area’s top restaurants, chefs and cuisine offers diners specially-created three-course menus at a prix fixe. Some of the participating restaurants are the famous Spazio, The Grateful Palate and the popular Tower Club.
If your trip by jet charters to Fort Lauderdale is with your significant other, there are plenty of activities that will help to create a romantic mood during your stay. The Hollywood Beach Theatre holds a free event each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday called ‘Music & Dancing Under the Stars’ as a lovely end to a romantic evening out on the town.
The same venue holds a special event each Friday called Broadway Friday Fest. Every Friday through December 28, you can enjoy live jazz performances along Hollywood’s signature 2.5 mile Boardwalk and several unique dining options. Jazz lovers can also attend Jazz on the Square at the Village Grille.
One last addition to your jet charter trip to Fort Lauderdale is a sightseeing cruise. There are several options that include a tour of the Intracoastal Waterway and Port Everglades. This experience affords travelers views of elaborate mansions and celebrity homes that make up Millionaires Row as well as Bahia Mar Marina, Hyatt Pier 66 and the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Grande.
If these activities and events sound like something you’d like to experience for yourself, start planning your trip today. Your Fort Lauderdale adventure will begin when your jet charters flight lands at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (KFXE), only five miles north of downtown Fort Lauderdale. Whether you are going to be in the area for business or you’d like to get a little rest and relaxation, we feel certain that one of our operators can help make your dreams of Ft. Lauderdale a reality. Visit www.jetcharters.com to perform a trip request for your next jet charters trip or to locate one of our operators in your area.