Some popular destinations in Florida
Orlando, located in the central part of the state,
is the second most visited tourist destination in the world. It is the home
of Disney World, EPCOT, Universal Studios and
Sea World just to name a few.
The beautiful Florida Gulf Coast is home to the most stunning sugar white sand
beaches and coastal areas. Some exciting places to visit incude Bradenton,
Bradenton Beach, Clearwater
Beach, Fort Myers, Fort
Myers Beach, Sanibel Island,
Petersburg, St Petersburg
Beach, Tampa and Treasure
The Florida Keys
Whether you visit Key West, The Lower
Florida Keys, Marathon, Islamorada or Key
Largo, the Florida Keys will
greet you with an abundance of activites, historic attractions, superb restaurants,
quaint shops, fine dining, and unique festivals.
Located east of Orlando, Daytona
Beach is popular with the Spring Break college crowd. Daytona is also the
home of the Daytona 500 NASCAR race. Also located near Daytona is the NASA Kennedy
Space center at Cape Canaveral.
Miami, Florida's most populated city,
is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Gulf of Mexico to the west
and the neighboring states of Alabama and Georgia to the north. Miami's subtropical
climate ensures plentiful sunshine year-round. More than 2 million people reside
here, bringing to the area a rich cultural diversity.
Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World in Orlando,
Florida is not just a theme park, but a huge resort complex covering 47 square
miles. The resort contains four separate theme parks, three water parks and
99 holes of golf on several different courses. Miles of outdoor recreation are
available including hiking, biking, boating and swimming. The size and diversity
of Disney World ensures that it will probably remain the number one vacation
destination in the world for years to come.