Florida Tourism

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The state of Florida is one of the most popular winter tourist destinations.  It features miles upon miles of gorgeous sandy beaches as well as some interesting cities such as Miami, Tampa and St. Petersburg.

Many tourists enjoy pairing a Florida Vacation with a Caribbean Cruise.  Most cruises depart from either Fort Lauderdale or Miami.

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Ocean Beach in Florida

Fort Lauderdale Florida

Fort Lauderdale is known as the "Venice of America".  This is due to the fact that a network of canals, inland waterways and rivers make up much of the community.  Fort Lauderdale's other claim to fame is its six mile long white sandy beach. Port Everglades, an important cruise port, is also located here.

Visitor Information: Fort Lauderdale Guide

Miami Florida

Miami is Florida's largest city.  Many of its residents are former New Yorkers or Hispanic immigrants.  Miami Beach is a popular tourist destination for Americans, Canadians and other international tourists.

Visitor Information: Miami Travel Guide

Orlando Florida

Orlando Florida is hope to the Walt Disney World Resort.  This massive resort includes four theme park, two water parks, four golf courses and numerous hotels.  Tourists travel from around the world to visit the Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center and many other tourist attractions located in the Orlando area.

Visitor Information: Orlando Travel Guide

Tampa Florida

The city of Tampa is a modern, attractive metropolis located on Tampa Bay in Florida.  Top attractions include the Florida Aquarium, Busch Gardens and Tampa Convention Center.  Tampa is also gateway to the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches that are located between St. Petersburg and Clearwater.

Visitor Information: Tampa Travel Guide

Florida Coast

The Florida Coast is home to some of the world's best beaches and most interesting towns and cities.  Discover the best beaches on both the Atlantic Coast and the Gulf Coast.  Explore the Florida Everglades, the Florida Keys and the Space Coast at Cape Canaveral.

Visitor Information: Florida Coast Travel Guide

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