As far as we are from big-city congestion, we still offer all the benefits of great transportation links. No matter where you're coming from, there is an easy way to get here.
If You're Traveling By Air...
You have lots of options. There are five airports, including four international airports, within an easy drive of the Port. Choose the one that suits you best by checking the availability and times of flights to your originating airport, and by considering what else you want to do here in Florida! For more information, click here.
If You're Traveling By Car...
We're located in Brevard County, right in the middle of Florida's east coast, easily reachable by an efficient system of highways. Limited-access State Road 528 (The Beachline), State Road 520 and State Road 50 are the Port's east-west highway links. These highways intersect with U.S. Highway 1, Interstate 95, the Florida Turnpike and Interstate 4 to provide excellent access to and from the Port for Florida and the nation. To plot your own route, see our Maps and Directions.
During your cruise, you can leave your car with us, in a convenient, secure parking area near your cruise terminal. For pricing and more, click here.
Local Travel Options
You also will find many options for getting to and from your chosen airport or from the Port to local attractions. Shuttles and taxicabs are available outside all of our cruise terminals. All the major car rental agencies have locations a short distance from our terminals, with complimentary shuttle service. Greyhound Bus Lines has three terminals within Brevard County and Space Coast Area Transit (SCAT) operates local public bus service right to the Port.