How to Reach Daytona Beach


  • By Air: Flights to Daytona Beach disembark at the Daytona Beach International Airport. Alternatively, one can also land at nearby cities of Orlando or Jacksonville and then drive down to Daytona Beach.
  • By Train: Amtrak offers train services that connect Daytona Beach to the cities of Lorton and DeLand.
  • By Boat: The city is accessible by private boats via the Intracoastal Waterway, from both, the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean. 
  • By Road: Easily accessible by interstate I-95 which runs north to south and I-4 which runs east to west. U.S. Highway 1 also passes through Daytona Beach.
  • By Bus: The Greyhound Bus Lines connect hubs in Jacksonville and Orlando to Daytona Beach.


  • By Bus: Daytona Beach has a well connected network of busses. It is a cheap way to get around the city.
  • By Motorcycle: However, the reason why many people throng to the city is because of the motorcycles! Available on rent at many rental stores across the city, you need a valid license to ride one.
  • By Car: Renting a car is possible. It is easy to get carried away and speed up while you are in this NASCAR city! Be safe and stick to speed limits.
  • By Taxi: Taxis are easily available. Some companies include Yellow Cab, All Florida Cab, Beach Taxi and Southern Komfort Taxi.