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What to see in Florida
Florida has a wealth of attractions to offer its visitors, promising activity appealing to a variety of interests. Home to some of the most famous beaches in the world, and the incredible resorts that accompany them, Florida certainly earns its name as the Sunshine State. With the beaches of Miami keeping sun-lovers happy and relaxed, there are also loads of activities on offer for those seeking a little more adventure.
The magical Walt Disney World is one of Florida's major attractions, pulling visitors from across the globe. Sea World is also a firm favourite and a must-see, as is Universal Studios, promising both adults and children alike interaction and fun. Other popular favourites in the state include exploring the Florida State Parks, such as the Biscayne National Park, as well as enjoying the picturesque views of Florida Keys. If culture and art is what you're after, there certainly is no shortage: many museums and galleries across the state compete to occupy those with cultural inclinations.
With so much to choose from, visitors can happily craft their own itineraries around any one of the three major cities of Florida - Miami, Orlando and Tampa - and can fit it all in with adequate time and planning.
The vast Everglades National Park that spans the tip of the Florida peninsula, 35 miles (56km) southwest of Miami, is…
Orlando's most familiar landmark is undoubtedly the turreted Cinderella Castle that stands in the centre of the original…
Spread out between the Disney parks at Lake Buena Vista and downtown Orlando area is the renowned SeaWorld attraction.…
The John F. Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral, 46 miles (74km) southeast of Orlando on Florida's east coast, is…
The beaches in Miami are world-famous; some for their stunning scenery, and others for their stunning sunbathers. Crandon…
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