Florida is a popular tourist destination, not only for Americans but for people around the world. In Florida you’ll find sunny skies, sandy beaches, and plenty of attractions for age groups. Millions of people make the pilgrimage to Florida each year for a bit of rest, relaxation, and a whole lot of fun. Here are some popular and some not-so-popular vacation spots in Florida.
1. St. Augustine
This destination is designed for an older crowd looking to relax and soak in some history. St. Augustine has old-world charm, historical monuments and museums, some pretty unique attractions and some of the best shopping in the state. It’s an idea vacation for couples who don’t want to plan out their stay very much.
2. The Keys
Outdoor enthusiasts love the Florida Keys! This string of islands at the southernmost tip of Florida is becoming a world famous location for diving and fishing. Each island is a bit different in terms of ambiance and character, so you can choose how you want to vacation. Enjoy snorkeling, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, skiing and anything else you can do in the water.
What trip to Florida wouldn’t be complete without a stop at Disney? Whether you stay on the property or in a luxury vacation home rental, you’re sure to have a great time. Meet with some of your favorite characters from your childhood, ride some thrilling rides and eat some great food. It’s perfect for the whole family!
4. Daytona Beach
If you’re in the mood to party, Daytona Beach has everything you need. This is a popular tourist destination for young people who want to let loose and have fun. With twenty three miles of beaches, you’re sure to find some space. Amid the endless water you’ll also find some world class restaurants and all the shopping you can manage.
5. South Beach
Full of laid-back lounges, trendy restaurants and hopping clubs, South Beach in Miami is another popular party destination. The robust party scene never stops with many restaurants and clubs open until dawn. You’ll also enjoy an endless array of ethnic and cultural offerings.
6. Busch Gardens
Thrill seekers will find everything they need in Busch Gardens. Unlike Disney, Busch Gardens is full of high energy thrill rides for adventure seekers. They also have an adjoining water park and zoo. It’s a smaller space than Disney, which could be just the right thing for some theme park fans who don’t want to commit to a huge adventure.
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