Florida Travel Guide


One of North America's most popular holiday spots is the state of Florida. Every year, Florida pulls loads of tourists from all over the world. Florida is popular as a vacation spot as a result of its warm sunny climate. Florida had been named as the Sunshine State and it has something for all kinds of tourists - whether you want to dine around, learn about space travelling, see endangered wildlife, get thrilled with roller coaster rides or get a tan from one of the country's finest beaches.

Getting into Florida

The Miami International Airport is situated 15 kilometres from the centre of Miami. The airport is properly linked with the greater Miami region by a number of services that are provided by the Miami-Dade Transit Department. The services include the local bus service, a fixed rail system and a mass-transit metro-rail system. You can also try the Taxi cabs or the shuttle services that are available from the airport. There are numerous car rental agents in the airport terminal building where you can reach using the shuttle service.

The cities in Florida

Florida Keys

Florida Keys is one of the most spectacular, exciting and enthralling island archipelagos in the world and is linked by the Overseas Highway ending at the tourist town of Key West. Each of the individual islets within the chain has their own attractions which makes the journey really amazing.

The tropical climate welcomes tourists all around the year but there are risks or hurricanes between the months of August and October. Florida Keys starts from Miami and extends all the way to Key West. 42 bridges connect the beautiful coral islands suspended in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico.


Miami is one of America's hottest holiday spots and the centre for a lively cruise ship industry. Throughout the year, the Miami port is jammed with nice passenger liners. The northern part of the city boasts miles of exotic sandy beaches of the Gold Coast and has a number of fine tourist resorts. Miami has a big Cuban community which adds a unique flavour to the warm and sunny region of Little Havana. While some people love to loiter around the Coconut Grove, others hang around the beautiful white beaches. It has a fantastic and diverse nightlife with numerous clubs and pubs giving the tourists all the night fun that they seek. The tourists can easily access the Gold Coast Resorts and the other attractions if they are in Miami.