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Cheap Flights to Fort Myers
Fort Myers, Florida, is a popular winter destination for American and European travelers seeking a break from the cold weather. Located in the southwestern portion of the state, Fort Myers is famous for having the historic wintertime homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. These restored period homes are open for guests to tour. Fort Myers is also known for its expansive beaches and barrier islands, including Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) is located to the southeast of the city, and is near Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park, which is a protected natural area where visitors can explore mangroves and watch the manatees play in the Gulf of Mexico.

Flights to Fort Myers
Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) has just one runway. There are three terminals and 28 gates with room for the airport to expand as passenger traffic continues to grow at a rapid pace. Inside the airport, visitors can shop for Florida souvenirs or eat at one of the many restaurants and coffee stands. The airport also has a U.S. Customs Port of Entry facility. Lee County mass transit offers bus service to and from Fort Myers, or visitors can rent a car and get right onto I-75 from the airport's access road. Sanibel and Captiva Islands are the most popular places for visitors to stay after landing at Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW).

Attractions in Fort Myers
Many guests in Fort Myers enjoy visiting the Murphy-Burroughs House, which is a historic home that offers living history tours. Visitors traveling as a family may enjoy spending the day at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium. The campus includes a museum, three hiking trails, butterfly and bird aviaries, picnicking areas and a playground. Imaginarium Science Center is another popular destination for families to explore. On Sanibel Island, nature lovers can spend a day at the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge spotting ibises and pelicans along the trails and beachfront. The historic center of Fort Myers is a favorite place for the city's visitors to stay as it is within walking distance of many of the nearby shops, restaurants and cafes.

Hints and Tips for Visiting Fort Myers
The City of Palms Classic is a popular annual high school basketball event held in Fort Myers each March. Visitors may also enjoy visiting the city during December, which brings the Festival of Lights. The city decorates thousands of evergreen and palm trees along the beaches, nature preserves and in the downtown area. Water sports are the most popular form of entertainment in Fort Myers, and visitors can find private charters for water skiing, parasailing and scuba diving. Tours of the mangroves and offshore protected wildlife areas are also available. Dinner for two costs around $100 in the city. Temperatures hover around 91 degrees Fahrenheit from June through September, and January high temperatures average 75 degrees. Leisure travelers may enjoy a visit to the West Shore Drive Beach where thousands of shiny seashells, sand dollars and pieces of colorful beach glass wash up on the shore every day.

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