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Cheap flights to Alabama

Alabama in the south-eastern region of the United States is a state bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Alabama is known to have one of the longest navigable inland waterways in the United States, at 1,300 miles or 2,100 kilometres. Among Alabama’s nicknames are the ‘Yellowhammer State’, the ‘Heart of Dixie’, and the ‘Cotton State’. The state’s capital is Montgomery and its most populous city is Birmingham. Its oldest city is Mobile.

What to see & do

Explore the authentic Southern experience in Alabama! Discover what the state has to offer, from the Smoky Mountains to Sugar Beaches. The major cities of Alabama that offer some of the excellent destinations are Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, and Mobile. The great outdoors in Alabama has a lot of exciting opportunities for tourists, such as hunting, fishing, boating, parks, and wildlife. Alabama has a remarkable natural diversity with over 1.3 million acres of public hunting land where hunters can find white-tailed deer, wild turkey, bobwhite quail, feral hogs, waterfowl, rabbits, squirrel, mourning doves, and other species. The state also has a number of waterways for freshwater fishing, while the coast offers best spots for saltwater fishing. Alabama Bass Trail has 11 premiere bass fishing lakes. Alabama also has freshwater and coastal boating access points, as well as the Bartram Canoe Trail, where recreational boaters can enjoy the rivers, streams, lake sloughs, and bayous of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, the second largest river delta in the United States. State parks in Alabama also offers a variety of opportunities, such as camping, lodging, resorts, hiking, fishing, geocaching, dining, and golfing. In fact, some of the most scenic and challenging golf courses in America can be found in Alabama, such as the popular Robert Trent Jones Gold Trail. The beaches in Alabama feature amazing turquoise waters and sugar-white sands. If looking for a secluded beach, adrenalines rush, or a vibrant nightlife, all of these can be found on the Gulf Coast. The Gulf Coast is home to the Gulf State Park, Fort Morgan Historic Site and Museum, Orange Beach, Fairhope, and Dauphin Island.

Alabama is also rich in centuries of history, which can be seen and experienced across the state. From colonial architecture to Native American mounds, and collections of regional art and artefacts, visitors to Alabama can explore the states Civil War sites, historic homes, landmarks, and museums. There are the Alabama State Capitol, the First White House of the Confederacy, Fort Morgan, Fort Gaines, Confederate Memorial Park, Alabama Civil War Trail, Oakleigh, Richards DAR House, Carlen House Museum, the Indian Mound and Museum, the Chattahooche Indian Heritage Center, the Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center, Moundville Archaeological Park, Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, and reconstructed Native American villages.

How to get around within Alabama

Probably the best and most scenic method of travelling within Alabama is by car. The interstates converge on Montgomery, Birmingham, and Mobile. The roads also connect to Anniston, Tuscaloosa, and Huntsville. Five interstate roads cross Alabama: I-65, I-20, I-59, I-85, and I-10. There are also five auxiliary interstate routes in the state, namely I-165, I-359, I-459, I-569, and I-759. There are also a number of U.S. Highways that pass through the state as well as toll roads.

How to get there

The major airports that have commercial services to and from Alabama include Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, Huntsville International Airport, Dothan Regional Airport, Mobile Regional Airport, Montgomery Regional Airport, and Muscle Shoals-Northwest Alabama Regional Airport. The largest and busiest airport in Alabama is Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, a joint civil-military airport that serves Birmingham. It connects Alabama with other destinations in the United States. It also has charter flights to and from Cancun and the Bahamas.

Flights to Alabama

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