Nestled between Miami and Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale’s beauty and opulence has awed many. With several miles of gorgeous beaches, about 3,000 miles of navigable waterways, palm-fringed shoreline, museums, parks, historic sites, shops, bars and restaurants to its credit, Fort Lauderdale has become a popular holiday destination in Florida. Add to that, friendly people, waterfront living, inviting clear waters and ample sunshine that beckons one and all.
The city is popularly known as the “Venice of America
” and has transformed from a party and spring break image into a family-friendly destination in the recent years. The city abounds with waterfront entertainment and dining options. Take your pick from scuba diving excursions to bars and discos to riverboat rides through several canals to alligator feedings to beachfront eating establishments. Fort Lauderdale serves up an array of shops
, eateries and chic resorts
along the pristine beaches
. Beach bums can bask in the sun, frolic in the gentle waves and indulge in a wide range of activities from volleyball and boating to snorkeling, fishing, and more. Nature lovers can stroll through the beautiful gardens. Sports enthusiast can make use of one of many golf courses in the city. Plus, plenty of museums are scattered all around offering an insight into the art, culture and history of Fort Lauderdale. For those driven by a passion for thrill and adventure, there are plenty of opportunities for you, too. It is truly a one-stop holiday destination! No matter how much you’ve heard about it or seen it in films or photos, the real thing is much more beautiful with canals and clear shimmering water. So, pack your bags and fly to Fort Lauderdale “Venice of America” to witness its magnificence and glory first-hand.
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