How to Get There

Getting to West Palm Beach is easy. Fly to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). PBI makes for a laid-back travel experience. It’s a surprising airport . . . congestion-free, centrally located, decorated with local works of art, with superb airline selection and unexpected extra touches.

In addition, West Palm Beach is easily accessible from both Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Miami International Airport (MIA).

Amtrak’s Silver Meteor and Silver Star connect New York City and Miami with stops at dozens of exciting destinations in between. Whether you’re heading for the beach at Fort Lauderdale, taking the family to Busch Gardens, or looking for alligators in Okeechobee, the Silver Service makes getting there a breeze.


Road and Train Access


If you’re coming over from Tampa, Orlando, or traveling to Florida via I-75, Florida’s Turnpike takes you to West Palm Beach. And I-95 not only touches just about every state on the entire East Coast, it touches nearly every city in The Palm Beaches.

Ride the Rails

The high-speed Brightline connects downtown West Palm Beach with Fort Lauderdale and Miami. When flying into any of the three major South Florida airports – PBI, FLL, or MIA – ride Tri-Rail to The Palm Beaches.