Knowing what to expect in terms of transportation at your destination will become one less thing to worry about while planning your holidays or business trip. Our guides will help you effectively navigate logistic complexities at any resort and get to your destination, move around, and even some ideas on what to visit nearby.
We have collected information from various sources and combined it with the knowledge of locals and traveling experts to bring you all the best transportation tips.
Getting to Venice, Italy
One would think without roads, getting to Venice would be harder. However, the Italians have compensated this lack with many other options. A vast network of aquatic vehicles including the Vaporetto starting at 20€, buses from 20€. Moving around this resort is a bit trickier where the Vaporetto starts at 7.50€ but gondolas (80€) and water taxis (100€) run at a much higher budget.
Getting to Tulum, Mexico
Surrounded by exceptional vegetation and natural beauty, Tulum is one of the new Mexican destinations not to miss. Getting there is made simple by its proximity to the already popular Cancun International Airport. Buses from Cancun start at $15, shared rides at $21, and private options at $80. From Playa del Carmen there are cheaper options ranging from $1.75 to $4. Once there, local buses cost $0.80 and renting a bike to move with freedom is $6 per day.
Getting to The Hamptons, United States
The string of seaside communities known as a summer destination for affluent New York City residents better known as The Hamptons is an ideal destination for those who wish to see how the 1% summers. Some of the most used ways to get there include the Hampton Jitney from $24 and the LIRR starting at $36. By Helicopter if you wish to arrive in style while taking in the views from $795. Tons of options to move around once you're there from free ride with "The Free Ride", LIRR from $2, and busses like The Hampton Hopper from $12.
Getting to The Florida Keys, United States
Extending across several small islands connected by the Overseas Highway (route 1), the Florida Keys offer a unique mixture of natural beauty and culture. Getting there is probably the tricky part where they keys are accessible mainly by Route 1 which then turns to Overseas Highway making it a long car ride. Once there, a range of free buses or public buses with tickets starting at $2 and passes from $4.
Getting to The Catskills, United States
Getting to the mountainous area of The Catskills northwest of New York is possible by driving there or using public transportation. The train there is $35 with the Metro Line or an Amtrak ticket for $70. Buses are also a possibility with Greyline from $50.
Getting to The Amalfi Coast, Italy
The charming coast of Amalfi is a preffered destination to those looking to experience the south of Italy and arriving to this destination is made easier by the number of choices you'll find. Bus rides starting at $10 and trains from $11. The lovely Amalfi area is well equiped to help their guests move around comfortably as well with different bus lines servicing the whole resort and taxi rides from $5.50. Count on exploring the whole resort in style and ease not to miss out on any of its beauty.
Getting to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
While Sharm El-Sheikhs and hotels area of Sharm El-Sheik is not far from its airport, getting there is not as simple as you would think with limited options available. This is probably why most hotels include a shuttle service. Taxi rides start at $20.
Getting to Santorini, Greece
This iconic Greec island can be reached by ferry starting at $50 or high speed boat from $88 if you don't arrive directly to its international airport. Moving around using public transportation is also an alternative with bus rides starting at $2.20. A Taxi ride can cost a maximum of $22.
Getting to Santa Barbara, California
Whether you are a water lover who is looking for a unique surfing experience, or you are looking for an escape to nature, Santa Barbara welcomes you and makes is super simple to get there. You can get there by train from $27, Uber starting at $30, or simply by bus at $4.90. Moving around Santa Barbara is easy as well with many public means of transport available from $1.
Getting to Punta del Este, Uruguay
Also known as "The Hamptons of South America", Punta del Este is known for its relaxed style with luxury athmosphere. Getting there is not hard with many connections to Uruguay's Capital city, Montevideo by bus from $7 and Argentina's Capital, Buenos Aires by slow ferry starting at $60. To move around the city, renting a bike for 2 hours for $8 is the best way to move freely. Otherwise, an Uber will cost you $2.13 per mile.
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