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  Key West
Florida has its own access to the Caribbean - Key West! From swimming with the dolphins to world class fishing, the islands of Key West offer weeks of new and exciting adventures. Those not interested in the water can shop till they drop, and afterwards catch the sunset at Mallory Square then party all night on Duval Street. Couples planning a honeymoon or wedding should certainly consider Key West.

Surrounding the Key West Islands, the picturesque turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico combine with the Atlantic Ocean. The Islands of Key West are the southernmost point in the USA and are sheltered from the seas by the only barrier reef in North America. The reefs provide divers and snorkelers with the opportunity to see breathtaking corals and plenty of tropical fish. Right beyond the reef lays the Gulf Stream, an immense ocean current that has world class game fishing. Key West also offers many sightseeing boat tours and catamaran boat excursions.

Miami
Miami-Dade County, the largest county in Florida by population, is the main city and the axis of the South Florida metropolitan area, which has a population of 5.5 million and is ranked the 7th largest in the USA. The City of Miami is the fourth-largest area by population in the United States, behind New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Miami is a world class city thanks to its role in finance, commerce, culture, media, fashion, education, film, media, entertainment, the arts and international trade. Miami is commonly known as The Gateway to the Americas.

Tampa
Tampa is located on the west coast of Florida and is one of the most popular cities in Florida. The Tampa Bay area has around 2.7 million residents and some of the best beaches in the USA. Tampa also has a major theme park, Busch Gardens. This exciting theme park has different zoo like sections with thrill rides and roller coasters. If you love sports, you should already know Tampa for the National Football League's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, The Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Rays, and the National Hockey League's Tampa Bay Lightning. If you find yourself in Tampa, you should also make plans to also visit close-by Clearwater and St. Petersburg.

Kennedy Space Center
Visitors can travel to the historical site at the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex. They can have the opportunity to tour NASA's launch and landing facilities, experience the simulated Shuttle Launch, participate in the Astronaut Training Experience (ATX), watch interactive simulators and live shows. Real rockets are also open to display and you may even have a chance to meet a NASA Astronaut. Kennedy Space Center also has Space Shuttle displays, historical NASA exhibitions, IMAX movies, shuttle and rocket launch viewing and more.

Beaches
St. Augustine
Saint Augustine is the oldest European established city in the USA. St Augustine offers a romantic charm that only a city of such a history could. Situated in Northeast Florida a little south of Jacksonville and a little north of Daytona Beach, St. Augustine is the perfect place to spend a relaxed weekend. You and your family can enjoy a multitude of activities and attractions; couples can take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride, or simply stroll down the peaceful, picturesque streets at night.
South Beach
World renowned South Beach is famous for its impressive nightlife, quality fine dining, Art Deco, trend-setting fashion and design influence, annual hosting of MTV award shows, and last but not least - its beautiful beach. With and endless array of nightclubs, restaurants and waterfront hotels, today's South Beach is credited to be one of the most popular hot spots in the USA.
Clearwater
As its name rightly implies, Clearwater is a place where the beaches are soft white sand and the water is crystal clear. Situated on the west coast of Florida near Tampa and St. Petersburg, Clearwater is a relaxed beach city where people come to enjoy the sun and the amazing sunsets. Clearwater has many wonderful parks, nature reserves with nature trails, bird sanctuaries and picnic areas.
Cocoa Beach
Cocoa Beach is a small beach town that revolves around its laid back beach culture. Cocoa Beach is the perfect place for beginning and experienced surfers alike. Cocoa Beach is less than an hour to the east of Orlando's attractions and the airport, making Cocoa Beach an excellent getaway for Central Florida.
Daytona
Daytona Beach is around 90 minutes northeast of Orlando. Daytona Beach's exciting shoreline, with all of its hotels, condominiums and houses, attracts over 8 million tourists each year. One of the most interesting parts about Daytona is that you can drive on the beach. Daytona also has the Daytona International Speedway, home to one of the largest annual NASCAR races, the Daytona 500.