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Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Best places in Florida

Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Best Places in Florida which you can visit

Florida, a state in the southeast region of the United States is a Spanish word that means ‘Land of flowers”. It is bordered by Alabama and Georgia in the north, the Gulf of Mexico in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east, and lastly in the south by the Straits of Florida. Thinking of Florida, people always remember theme parks, alligators, and sunshine but this former Spanish colony offers much more them that. The best places in Florida that you can visit are:

Florida Keys

Florida Keys
Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a 120-mile-long chain of islands bending around the base of the Florida peninsula and it is connected to the mainland by a number of bridges. The peak time to visit this place begins in late December. It has become a very popular destination for Americans looking for a tropical vacation in which case they don’t have to leave their own country. The Florida Keys is considered to be the American Caribbean and it offers scuba diving, snorkeling, and also the World class Florida Keys fishing. Each island serves unique features.

Miami

miami

Miami is a major port city on the Atlantic ocean of South Florida. It is one of the most popular metropolitan cities present in the southeastern United States. Being an expensive tourist destination Miami offers its tourist from sun-kissed beaches to Bayside Marketplace which is a huge outdoor mall that holds more than 150 shops along with numerous cafes and restaurants. Another tourist attraction is the ocean drive which runs along the oceanfront in Miami Beach passing through historic Art Deco buildings. It’s a popular place for both day and night for a slow cruise. One of Miami’s greatest treasures is The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. This Italian renaissance style villa is filled with European furniture and decorative arts from the 15th to 19th centuries. Along with this Jungle Island, Deering Estate at Cutler, Miami Seaquarium, Freedom Tower, etc are some other locations you can also visit.

Everglades

The everglades known as Pa-hay-okee is a natural region of tropical wetlands in southern Florida. This system begins near Orlando with Kissimmee River and then it discharges into Lake Okeechobee. Everglades is one of the country’s largest natural parks and also a World Heritage Site. You can spend your time hiking to biking or boating inside raw wilderness with lots of wildlife. To the east of Everglades national park lays the Biscayne National park which is the largest marine park in the country. One of the particular interests in this region is the mangroves. The roots of these trees can filter salt from water to create a coastal nursery that sustains myriad types of marine life.  On the northern side lies the Big Cypress National Preserve.

Florida is one the best places where you can enjoy perfect days under sunshine and sand castles. To boost your thrill it also offers World’s greatest theme parks to wildlife natural parks. People who have explored Florida before have claimed to have seen mermaids; what they actually saw were the docile manatees that thrive in Florida’s water. So don’t miss your chance to enjoy all of these exciting features of Florida.

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