Section in Fort Myers
Do & See
A beach holiday can feel monotonous after a while, but Fort Myers provides many different pastime alternatives, from inland nature trips to sights, art galleries and social events.
Our travel guides are free to read and explore online. If you want to get your own copy, the full travel guide for this destination is available to you offline* to bring along anywhere or print for your trip.*this will be downloaded as a PDF.
|Currency:||US Dollar $1 = 100 cents
Please note that some facilities in Fort Myers and the surrounding area don't accept credit cards, so make sure you bring some cash during your trips.
|Emergency numbers:||911 - Ambulance, Fire and National Police
+1 239 321 7700 - Fort Myers Police Department
|Newspapers:||Fort Myers Florida Weekly (fortmyers.floridaweekly.com)
The River Weekly (www.islandsunnews.com)
The New York Times (www.nytimes.com)
The Washington Post (www.washingtonpost.com)
|Website:||www.cityftmyers.com - official website of the City of Fort Myers www.fortmyers-sanibel.com - website for tourism run by the Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau www.visitflorida.com - website for tourism run by the Official Florida Tourism Industry Marketing Corporation|
|Opening hours:||Since many shops in Fort Myers are locally owned, opening hours vary significantly from place to place. Many shops open at 10am and close at around 5-6pm; larger shops close around 8-9pm.|
|Tourist information:||Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau
2201 Second Street, Suite 600, Fort Myers, FL
+1 239 338 3500 - www.leevcb.com