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How much does it cost to stay in Boca Raton?
Accommodation in Boca Raton cost from $83 per night.
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Boca Raton Information
About Boca Raton
Take a trip to Boca Raton, ‘the city for all seasons,’ on Florida’s palm-tree sprinkled east coast. Often referred to as Boca, the year-round beach weather sees flocks of visitors and residents during the iconically sunny winter months. This principal city has sun, fun, adventure and relaxation for the whole family.
Things to do in Boca Raton
First things first, you’re going to want to hit the beach in Boca. Head to the relaxing Red Reef Park, where you can lay out on two miles of sand. This lifeguard protected beach is the prize of Boca, and is where most visitors and residents lounge, swim, and walk along the sand. Mizner Park is another must. This ‘lifestyle’ center and downtown attraction has many upscale retail stores as well as restaurants, and even an amphitheater. For more shopping, the Town Centre mall is the largest indoor mall in palm beach, and ideal for retail therapy. Sugar Sand Park is a grassy haven, where you can spend the day with your family, and take the kids to the Children’s Science Explorium. Get them interested in science while they’re visiting this ecological retreat! Spanish River Park runs along the Intracoastal Waterway, and is great for picnics or birdwatching. Boca has plenty of seafood, sand, and a lively atmosphere for the adventurer or the escapist.
Boca Raton Day Trips
Boca is close to some fabulous day-trip spots. Other beaches and cities in Florida are just a short drive or train ride away. See the Biscayne National Park, south of Miami, which is an hour and a half away from Boca, but well worth the trek. Go out on a boat — even go snorkelling! These are the best ways of discovering all this park has to offer. Looking to explore more of Florida? Visit the cosmopolitan jungle of Miami! Just an hour drive away from Boca, Miami offers infamous beaches and notorious nightlife. For a more laid back destination, check out Fort Lauderdale. Stay a little closer to Boca and visit the Everglades in Fort Lauderdale just half an hour away. Take a trip to see alligators in these amazing wetlands, as boat tours and guides can guide you through this unique Florida experience. Enjoying Fort Lauderdale? Take a trip to Fort Lauderdale beach, where you can people watch along the promenade at this popular destination. Florida, along with great oranges and fabulous weather, has it all.
Boca Raton Accommodation
Book a rental with Tripping to find the perfect get-away for you and your family in Boca. Stay close to the ocean if you plan on spending your days tanning and recharging on the beach. However, if being further out is more your scene, West Boca might be the place for you. West Boca is newer, less crowded, and less affected by the winter swarm. Whatever you’re looking for, Tripping has hundreds of options that you’ll love, at prices that work for you.
Transportation in Boca Raton
Getting around in Boca is easily done, especially if you like a gentle walk! Book a rental near the coast to make travel easy, and to go for walks along the water from your beachside property. The Palm Tran bus service is also available if you prefer to stay a little further out. Car rentals are of course available, however the tri-rail commuter rail can get you where you need to be. The commuter rail runs from Miami to West Palm Beach.