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Naples is served by Bradenton Airport (Sarasota, FL)

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Naples is served by Bradenton Airport (Sarasota, FL)

Arriving In Naples

Naples Municipal Airport in Florida bills itself as “the best little airport in the world,” and when your cheap flight to Naples lands there, you may agree. Despite its small size, there is a U.S. customs office open there so that international travelers need not land elsewhere to get to Naples sandy beaches. It is located minutes from the heart of the city, so getting to your hotel is not difficult. There are eight taxi companies and seven rental car companies that operate out of the airport.

Getting Around in Naples

The best way to get around Naples is to drive a car. The traffic is not terrible, and you’ll have the freedom to go where you want to go when you want to go. After your flight to Naples lands and you have collected your baggage, you can rent a car right in the terminal. Still, not everyone drives. Naples does have a new bus system and it is a fairly cheap way to get around, but it does not operate on Sundays. Naples also has a trolley tour you can take for about $30 a person, but you can hop on and off all day, and it will take you to all the main attractions.

Main Attractions in Naples

Naples’ main claim to fame is the beauty of its nature and its beaches. Barefoot Beach has been called Naples' best. And how can anyone resist visiting a place called the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary? This is an 11,000-acre wetland preserve that is home to many animals, including alligators and bears. Go to the Naples Pier and watch dolphins play in the ocean. For a change of pace, visit SpaTerre at the LaPlaya Beach and Golf resort. Paddle Fitness LLC rents paddle boats for an invigorating day on the water. The Collier County Museum and the Naples Art Museum feed the mind.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Naples

If you saved money on your airfare to Naples, you might want to do some shopping. The Waterside Shops boasts more than forty stores that run the gambit from fashions to furniture. Fifth Avenue South is filled with upscale shops and restaurants. The HW Gallery includes art by the big names such as Picasso, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol. For dining, there is so much to choose from and much of it is family friendly. For meals, you can choose Italian, Jamaican, Asian, American, seafood, and more. After your meal, enjoy the Philharmonic Center for the Arts, which features Broadway shows, orchestral performances, and ballet. There are also movie theaters and small clubs and bars throughout the city. Book your Naples flight today!

Flight stats for Naples - did you know?
  • Naples is 98 mi from Bradenton Airport (Sarasota, FL).
  • Bradenton Airport (Sarasota, FL)
    • Right now, 12 airlines operate out of Bradenton Airport.
    • Bradenton Airport offers nonstop flights to 6 cities.
    • Every week, at least 180 domestic flights and 1 international flights depart from Bradenton Airport.

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