Flights to Tampa, Florida (TPA)
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- Beach Time Slide 1 of 3: With accessible beaches like Clearwater Beach above for visitors to Tampa, travelers looking for a sandy getaway destination are in luck. #SkyMilesLife photo by @clearwaterhappy.
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Tampa International Airport (TPA) is six miles from Tampa and serves more than 20 international, domestic, and regional airlines, including Delta Air Lines. It serves 85 non-stop flights to destinations throughout the U.S., Central America, Europe, and the Caribbean, including Cuba. Conde Nast named it among the top three airports in the U.S. in 2016.
The design of Tampa International Airport is unique. It has a central landside terminal for ticketing and baggage claim surrounded by four airside satellites (A, C, E, and F) comprising a total of 59 gates. This is where the majority of the airport’s restaurants and shops are located. Each airside is connected to the terminal by an automated people mover.
Take a guided tour and stop by Ybor City Museum State Park, the former site of Ferlita Bakery, famous for its Cuban bread before it was damaged by fire in 1922. Today, it tells the story of Ybor City’s founders.
Experience the thrill of an African animal safari and feed a giraffe at Busch Gardens theme park. The park is home to more than 12,000 animals and 300 different species. If you prefer a different kind of thrill, there are plenty of rides, including multiple roller coasters like the triple-loop Cheetah Hunt and Cobra’s Curse, a spin coaster.
Ranked among Parent Magazine’s top five kid-friendly aquariums, Florida Aquarium is a 250,000-square-foot facility designed to illustrate the passage of a drop of water from Florida’s freshwater streams as it journeys to the depths of the Gulf of Mexico. Watch wildlife ranging from otters to octopus frolic in the water.
See the city from the water by navigating Tampa Bay in an eBoat. The sheltered, easy-to-operate electric boat can hold up to 10 passengers and are available to rent by the hour. Or, if you’d rather, book a guided tour.
Tampa has a humid subtropical climate and experiences two seasons. From May through October, it is wet and hot. From November through April it is mild and dry. The rainiest months are June through September when two-thirds of its annual precipitation falls. The hottest months are June, July, and August when the average monthly high is 90 degrees; average lows are in the mid-60s. The coolest months are December, January, and February when the average highs are in the mid-70s, with average lows in the low-50s.