Florida is a tourist paradise with a wide array of family fun locales including beaches, theme parks, cultural stops, resorts, boutiques, and concert centers. The whole state is a sunshine destination that attracts tourists for its evergreen landscapes, tropical gardens, cool seashores, and hidden and man-build gems.
A few popular man-build gems are Walt Disney World, Coral Gables Merrick House, Mizner Park Amphitheater, and Fort Zachary Taylor. The most remarkable ecological sites are Everglades National Park and Dry Tortugas National Park. Cultural enthusiasts must explore the Castillo de San Marcos, Truman Little White House, and the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.
It is home to many amusement and state parks. Walt Disney World and Universal Studios are the top-ranked theme parks. Walt Disney World is a huge resort with a vast assemblage of pools, lodges, diners, and shopping and entertainment areas. Go for a jaw-dropping variety of rides, zips, slide tubes, carousals, and adventure shows. Watch comic and fictional shows in Universal Studios and the Islands of Adventure. Harry Potter exhibits are best viewed in the Wizarding World. Cruising toward south from the Islands of Adventure, you may head to Everglades, Kennedy Space Center, and some museums. Meanwhile, traveling west, you may stroll through Tibet–Butler Nature Preserve and Kingdom Factory. Preserve features trails, a picnic spot, and a butterfly garden. Kingdom Factory takes you through an interactive chocolate tour.
Jacksonville, just 2 hours from Orlando, invites epicureans to have different types of culinary like Steakhouse Jacksonville, Cuban Jacksonville, Columbian Jacksonville, etc.
It is spectacular with stretches of waterfronts, beaches, deco art buildings, community halls, and hotels. Along Ocean Drive are some beaches, shopping malls, and precincts. Carry out activities like fishing, padding, speedboat riding, snorkeling, and swimming in sandy beaches of the city. It is pleasure rambling along the streets of art deco buildings. Hit the Lincoln Road Mall, a large pathway with stores and restaurants. Besides shopping, visitors may listen to open space concerts, go for biking, and grab delis at street-side bars.
Tampa is a coastal city best known for parks, zoos, museums, and entertainment venues. Busch Gardens is a theme park with spaces for coasters and rides and an African zoo. Take a safari to closely see rhinos, giraffes, gorillas, ostriches, etc. Ybor City Museum State Park houses Mediterranean gardens, a cigar factory, and exhibits for cigar production.
This coastal city is known for ecological reserves, port beaches, and cultural homes. Fort Zachary Taylor features a beach for snorkeling and preparing BBQs and a fort built during the American Spanish War. Audubon House & Tropical Gardens is an American mansion of the 80s encircled by a garden of tropical plants, trees, and herbs. Another cultural home, typical of Audubon but includes a museum, is Hemingway Home. The museum houses the author’s souvenirs and works. Southernmost Point is a port in Key West from where to cruise or kayak and catch sight of dolphins. Sunset Key is a resort island accessible only via waterway. Duval Street is famous for boutiques, galleries, nightlife centers, and relics.
Coral Gables is a community that boasts the Merrick House, Venetian-style houses, parks and tropical gardens, a historic pool, and golf courses. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is the largest tropical garden with vast stretches of flora, groves, and biking paths. Venetian Pool is a large pool built in the 20th Century. A bridge from the pool extends to a hillside grotto. Visit Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre to watch children’s programs, music concerts, and dramas. Matheson Hammock Park is a man-made isle pool. Grab a hammock and enjoy the breeze from the nearby bay. The restaurant in the park has been made by carving a coral rock.