*You can visit Alabama at any time of the year since it has temperate weather all throughout the year. Commercial, financial and business establishments remain opened all year round hence, it will give you more convenience whilst touring around the beautiful places of Alabama. Crowds usually gather during sporting or holiday events such as Memorial Day or Labor Day. In addition, it is also ideal to visit any cities in Alabama during festivities as it boasts with fantastic and colorful activities and programs.
*Throughout the year, the state experiences warm and sunny weather and cold days during winter. Usually in March, spring starts with a temperature reaching to 50° F- 70°F. In summer months, temperature heats up as hotness and humidity surrounds the environment. Temperature rises to 90°F as the highest, and 70°F--the lowest. Cooler and mild days happen in winter months but it depends on regions and altitude. If you are living in highlands, then temperature are expected to be much cooler compared to lowlands.
*If you are from other countries, flying by plane is the most convenient to reach the amazing state of Alabama. There are copious airline companies operate scheduled flights to Alabama. The touchdown of your flight is either of the following state-of-the-art airports in Alabama.
- is the major and largest airport in the State of Alabama, which is conveniently situated around 8 kilometers from the vibrant business district of Birmingham. It offers over 160 arrivals and departures to principal metropolis all the way through the four major U.S. Interstates.
- houses two runways and helipads, Mobile Regional Airport positioned in the west downtown of Mobile close to Pascagoula, Mississippi. It is one of the busiest airports in the US State of Alabama serving 50 daily flights.
- otherwise known as Carl T. Jones Field in which it is equipped with modern facilities and technologies for customer’s convenience. This state-of-the-art airport terminal contains airline ticketing counters, wide array of shops, food courts, business center and much more.
*Reaching Alabama through car is very accessible if you happen to live somewhere close to the State of Alabama since it is connected through five interstate highways: I-10 crosses the state from east to west near Mobile in the south; I-20 enters Alabama from the east, traverses Birmingham, and joins I-59 as it traverses Tuscaloosa and exits the state in a southwesterly direction; I-59 enters northeastern Alabama, continues southwest through Birmingham, and exits the state toward the southwest; I-22 enters Alabama from the northwest and ends in Birmingham; I-65 enters Alabama from the north, traverses Birmingham, and ends in Mobile; I-85 enters the state in the east and ends in Montgomery (source: http://wikitravel.org/en/Alabama ).
*Have a comfortable and serene travel to Alabama via trains. There is a daily Amtrak service operating in the state.
*Getting around the different corners of Alabama provides numerous transportation modes such as trains, cars and buses. Public transport is relatively good in Alabama thus, providing its foreign and local travelers a hassle free journey to its scenic tourist attractions.