Monday, May 11, 2015
Planning A Trip to Florida
From small towns with old seacoast charm to metropolitan areas with all the appeal of the big city, Florida has something for everyone. The sunshine state hosts 95 million visitors per year who enjoy everything from golf to boating and every outdoor activity in between.
The past three years in a row Florida has been the most-visited state in the U.S. for its vibrant combination of beaches, parks, outdoor recreation, dining, arts, sports and endless activities for fun in the sun. Dining covers the full range from fine cuisine to great southern cooking and more. From a beachside shack with unforgettable fries to a beautiful harbor side restaurant with dishes as memorable as anything in the world, Florida offers something to please every appetite.
Arts and culture are represented in museums and galleries representing all styles of art. Kids can discover facts and be amazed by interactive history and entertainment venues throughout Florida, learning about everything from space travel to seafaring life.
Every major sport has franchises in Florida, from football to basketball, hockey to soccer. Professional baseball teams gather for spring training every year, and a handful of major league teams call the state home.
Visitors tour lighthouses, hike and beachcomb serene beaches, golf outstanding courses and sail placid seas, and then do it all in again the next day. Miles of stunningly gorgeous beaches fringed with warm water of the Gulf and Atlantic please lovers of sun and surf with endless balmy days on the sand. Find out why Florida is the most visited state on your next vacation - and be sure to plan enough time to take in all that the state can offer!