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4 Amazing Places to Visit in Florida
In 2019, over 131 million people visited the sunny state of Florida. It's no surprise, with its warm weather, numerous sunny days, and plenty to do, it's an ideal vacation destination.
If you're thinking about taking a vacation, there are plenty of places to visit in Florida. To help you choose, we've created a list of some of the best.
1. Key West
Travel to the southernmost point of Florida and the United States to visit this laid back island and one of the best cities to visit in Florida. Check out the treasure hunter's museum full of gold, visit Robert the doll, and see Ernest Hemingway's house full of polydactyl cats. Grab a drink and stroll down Duval Street to check out the shops.
Go first thing in the morning to the Southernmost Point for a picture. Then just before sunset, stake out a spot at Mallory Square and be amazed by the talented street performers.
No list of the best places to go in Florida would be complete without Orlando. What immediately comes to mind are the several world-renowned theme parks.
But Orlando is so much more than theme parks. You'll find champion worthy golf courses, luxurious spas, and plenty of shopping for all tastes.
Orlando is also centrally located, which makes it perfect for visiting all of central Florida. Take a day trip to the east coast and see Daytona Beach and Cape Canaveral (home to the NASA Space Center). Then take another day trip to the west coast and see Tampa, St. Petersburg, and the world-famous Clearwater Beach.
The best way to see it all is by checking out some Orlando Vacation Homes.
3. St. Augustine
Tucked into the northern part of Florida on the east coast is the small town of St. Augustine. It's known as the "oldest city in the USA" as it was founded in 1565 as a territory of Spain. Today you can stroll the historic homes featuring colonial architecture.
There are plenty of museums to visit, including the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum, Medieval Torture Museum, and the Castillo de San Marcos fortress. Be sure to take a walk down Aviles Street to see America's oldest street.
Visit the southernmost city on Florida's Gulf Coast for a unique mix of upscale luxury and traditional Florida quaintness. One day you can stroll down the perfectly keep small downtown. The streets are lined with some of the trendiest restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries.
Then the next day, you can head over to the Museum of the Everglades and explore 2,000 years of Florida history. Learn about the Calusa Indians as you explore the local swamp parks.
Plan Your Trip to the Best Places to Visit in Florida
This list of the four best places to visit in Florida should help you get started planning your next vacation. The best part about Florida is that it's possible to visit more than one place in a single trip. That way, you aren't stuck having to choose between the best places in Florida.
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