It doesn’t get as much praise as Miami, but with its arts scene, award-winning restaurants and idyllic beaches (76 in the city limits), Fort Lauderdale is secret a rival to its neighbor to the south. Here are some of the best-kept reasons to visit.
Vacation season is in full effect, and two Florida cities in particular offer completely different takes on how to experience local in the Sunshine State. Whether you’re along the northern Florida coast in Jacksonville or the southern coastal edge in Miami, here are a few locally recommended places from our friends at Localeur.
Art and outdoors, history and celebrities – Miami’s mash-up of accolades makes it an unforgettable cultural destination. Before you take a trip to the 305, make sure you know what makes it unlike any other beach-y getaway you’ve ever experienced. You can spend weeks here and never get bored, but our locals are sharing their tips for a worthwhile 24 hours in Miami.
When you’re looking for love, find it in Palm Beach County. From kayaking for two to a surf and turf dinner on a cruise, the third most populous county in Florida easily sets the stage for a date you’re both sure to remember.
Daytona Beach may be one of Florida’s most famous cities thanks to its internationally known car races, but the local seafood is world class as well. Head to one of the city’s seafood shacks to enjoy fresh clams, oysters and fish caught just a few miles away.
Sarasota by land is impressive on its own, but to truly appreciate this area’s natural beauty, you must venture by kayak into its waterways.