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Take a trip to the Sunshine State of Florida, best known for the American Alligator in the Florida Everglades, Orlando’s Disney World Resort and the perennial nightlife in Miami’s gorgeous South Beach. This state has much to offer for all age groups. Florida is also one of the most popular destinations for vacation rentals and timeshares. If you’re looking for some great weather, awesome beaches and the Bottlenose Dolphin, you’ve come to the right place.
Things to Do in Florida
St. Augustine is the country’s oldest city, established in 1565. Castillo de San Marcos, the Old Florida Museum and the St. Augustine Lighthouse and museum are popular tourist attractions. Jacksonville is Florida’s biggest city and known for its Wildlife Sanctuary and Talbot Island State Parks. Orlando is perhaps the state’s most popular family vacation destination – home to the famous Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios and SeaWorld. You need a week at minimum to cover all the attractions Orlando has to offer!
Daytona Beach and Palm Beach are great stops for sports enthusiasts – these serve as the headquarters for NASCAR and for the PGA respectively. The Tampa Bay Area is frequently visited by tourists looking to visit the Busch Gardens Theme Park, St. Petersburg Pier and Tampa’s premier water park, Adventure Island. When traveling from Orlando to Miami, take a break in Fort Lauderdale, known for its 23 miles of beachfront. And once you reach Miami, brace yourself! Home to some of the country’s best nightlife, South Beach is a popular celebrity destination as well. Downtown Miami’s Art Deco district is a frequent stop on many sightseeing tours. Miami’s Port also serves as the starting point for many large cruises.
Miami International Airport and the Orlando International Airport are the two most convenient ways of getting to Florida. Once here, it doesn’t matter where you start off as Amtrak connects all major cities in Florida. A lot of people own vacation homes in Florida and these home rentals are a good alternative to staying in expensive hotels. Orlando vacation rentals and Miami condo rentals are very popular. Fort Lauderdale beach rentals and Tampa apartment rentals are also some other options. Key West vacation rentals are also a great way to stay in the Florida Keys if that is your chosen destination.
With over 85 million visitors, Florida was the top destination state in 2011. And once you’re there, you’ll see exactly why!