By Air: The Sarasota or Bradenton International Airport connects the city to other cities and countries through air.
By Car: The only primary expressway here is the Interstate 75 that runs north to south. The major roads within Sarasota includes the Tamiami Trail that got its name from the two places it connects Tampa and Miami, US Route 301, Beneva Road, Tuttle Avenue or Swift Road, Honore Avenue and Cattleman Road all run north to south. The roads running east to west are the Clark Road, Proctor Road, Bee Ridge Road, Fruitville Road, and University Pkwy.
HOW TO GET AROUND SARASOTA
By Car: The city roads are very well structured and well maintained and thus smooth and easy to drive. There are also a number of highways to help you save time and energy. This is mode of travel best suited to the TripHobo itinerary planner.
By Taxi: Cabs are easily available everywhere and they also have the call services. There are various cab organizations for all kinds of lifts and tour guides.
By Boat: There are three islands in the city that are known as keys here. These are the Lido Key, Siesta Key and the Longboat key. Sailing through these make for a memorable experience and boats are available at the coasts.