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4 of the Best Cities in Florida to Visit on Your Next Vacation

When planning a trip to Florida, many people automatically think of the beaches, but Florida’s cities also make great vacation spots. The damage repair pros from All Dry USA have been providing Floridians with restoration services for years, and we are still discovering new things to enjoy in the Sunshine State. From towering beachside metropolises to small historic towns, Florida has something – and somewhere – for everyone.

1. Miami

Miami is a large, bustling metropolis in southern Florida that is located near many famous beaches and parks and offers a very lively nightlife.  It has a heavy Cuban influence that shines through in its art, cuisine, music, and of course, the special cigar shops that can be found in the Little Havana neighborhood.

Miami also is home to the popular Miami Seaquarium, where visitors can go to see a wide variety of marine life and even see some perform in live shows. It is also where you can find Jungle Island, another exotic animal preserve.

2. Miami Beach

Located across the Bay of Biscayne from the city of Miami, Miami Beach is, as the name suggests, a beach resort town. It is more suited to adult crowds than families with children, but Miami Beach has something for everybody.

South Beach is a particularly famous hang out for many celebrities and sports, and it is an early 20th century Art Deco Historic District. There are also many night clubs and bars for the night owl, as well as multiple open-air shopping markets for the bargain hunter. If you’re looking for a busy beach resort town, Miami Beach is for you.

3. Orlando

Located in central Florida, Orlando is known for its theme parks. There are over a dozen in the area to choose from, most notably Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. It is a great destination for families and adults alike; Orlando has a theme park for everyone.

Bigger parks have their own highly rated hotels inside the park, so visitors need never be far from the action. Outside of the parks, there are also many golfing and fishing spots.

4. Key West

Key West is part of the Florida Keys island chain that extends from the southern tip of Florida into the Gulf of Mexico. The city of Key West is a popular cruise ship port but is best known for its snorkeling and diving opportunities – it has some of the best coral reefs in the country.

Key West is also home to the famous Southernmost Point buoy, which marks the southernmost point of the United States. Visitors to Key West can also see the Ernest Hemingway House and tour the museum. In addition, Mallory Square offers nightly entertainment along the beautiful waterfront where guests can buy art and food from dozens of local venders.

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