Getting to Florida by air is the easiest way because the maximum region in Florida is served by major airlines. However, Florida has five main international airports and they are Orlando in Central Florida, Tampa on the west coast, Miami, Fort Lauderdale on the east coast and the nearby Sanford which caters for many of the charter flights.
There are major routes through which one can reach Florida easily. The routes are Daytona Beach to St Petersburg (I-4), Jacksonville to the Alabama border (I-10), St Petersburg to Tampa (I-275), the lower West Coast to Fort Lauderdale (I-75), the North-South highway (I-95) or (I-75) and the East-West cross-state highway from Clearwater to Vero Beach (State 60). .
Florida's Turnpike is a 723km (449 mile) system of limited-access toll highways, which passes through 11 counties from North Miami to a junction with I-75 in north central Florida. The road ways of Florida include North South Highways, East West Highways and Toll Roads
Traveling to Florida by rail is comparatively cheap than other ways of conveyance. If you have enough time in hand and wish to have a gala time journey along the group of your family then there is no other excellent alternative way than traveling by rail.
The Amtrak Silver Star and Silver Meteor Service routes run daily down the eastern seaboard from New York to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, Charleston, Savannah Jacksonville, Orlando and then on to Miami.