You are bored in your house and have planned a holiday but you can’t decide a place. Well, if you are looking to have fun with rides, rollercoasters, want to visit fancy places, try new bears, visit Walt Disney, you definitely should visit Florida for once. There are a lot of reasons why you love to call Florida home. It is also an especially fascinating place to live, with its varied population, tasty food and numerous theme parks and attractions.
Florida is a place having many attractions that you would really like to see. Below is a list of some places you would definitely want to visit when travelling in Florida.
The city of Orlando, home of globally recognized theme parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld, is at the center of Florida’s tourism industry. Over the years, there has been the development of major amusement water parks too, such as Discovery Cove, Typhoon Lagoon, and Volcano Bay. During school holidays, families flock to these theme parks in vast numbers, but the area is a popular year-round attraction.
#2. American Balloons
Hot air balloon trips in East Pasco and Northern Hillsborough County have been provided by American Balloons since 1998. Early in the morning, hot air balloons only fly once a day, enabling tourists to witness the beauty of the sunrise in Florida. A one-hour hot air balloon flight entails soaring over the gorgeous lush land of Wesley Chapel, New Tampa, Lutz and Land O Lakes.
#3. Key West
Key West, the southernmost point in the United States is known for its water sports, lively nightlife, sea shores, noteworthy locations and its architecture in the pastel, conch style. There really is something truly nostalgic about the condition of Key West towards the stopping point. It’s the southernmost point in the United States that you can enter by vehicle and that gives it an anything goes, kind of feeling of wilderness town. Traveling on a car, you need to be sure to have a designated driver so that you don’t get into a car accident in Land O’ Lakes , Florida.
#4. Miami Beach
Although it is a must to spend time loafing on the beach on a hot day, Miami Beach is about much more than just the glorious, broad strip of golden sand lining the Atlantic. The Art Deco Historic District is one of the aspects that makes Miami Beach so special among vacation spots in Florida. Brilliantly renovated buildings reflect the colorful past of the city, mostly from the 1930s and early 1940s, and create an aura that you won’t find in other cities.
#5. Sanibel Island
In Sanibel, the word “barefoot and happy” may very well have been conceived. This is the perfect keep-your-worries-at-home destination in Florida, a southwest-coast island where sandy dollars are the only dollars everyone seems to worry for. That goes for the construction of its facilities as well: within the JN ‘Ding’ Darling National Wildlife Refuge, almost the entire northern half of the island is covered.