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One of Florida’s tourist havens for European visitors, Fort Lauderdale is the yachting capital of South Florida.
A spring breakers’ destination of choice even until today, Fort Lauderdale has enticed a more mature, martini-sipping crowd hanging around the Las Olas Marina or splurging in sparkling shops, swanky boutiques and upscale restaurants found along Fort Lauderdale Beach in Florida, USA.
Tour Downtown and The Strip
The absence of buses directly servicing the airport and the beach makes renting a car in Fort Lauderdale a cost and time-saving option.
Granted, Fort Lauderdale’s main attractions are concentrated along its sparkling seven-mile beach, locally known as The Strip, there are also plenty of great cuisine, funky bars, posh boutiques and eclectic shops along East Las Olas Boulevard.
A short distance east of the boulevard, right in the heart of city center is Riverwalk, a brick-lined promenade dedicated to culture, entertainment and the arts.
Drive around this club district to put you in close proximity to the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale Historical Center and the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
The best Fort Lauderdale has to offer would, of course, be its namesake beach, its entire length boasting a two-mile unbroken beach open to the public and dotted with cafes, bars, eateries, souvenir shops, entertainment venues, and stalls.
From selling or leasing everything you might need to enjoy leisurely boating, jet skiing, snorkeling, windsurfing, and if you have plenty of time, scuba diving and even deep-sea fishing.
Port Everglades and Greater South Florida
Having a car allows you to explore the intricate Intercoastal Waterways three miles south of The Strip and ushers you through Port Everglades, one of the world’s busiest ports for cargo and passengers alike, and the strategic cruise port for ships plying the Caribbean.
About 35 minutes further south, you can drive to more beaches and sultrier beach scene in Miami, America’s melting pot for all things celebrity, swanky, sexy, weird, eclectic and non-conformist.
If you have had enough of shimmering models in barely-there bikinis and want to a new experience, drive 45 miles south via Florida Toll 821 and leave civilization behind.
The Everglades National Park in Florida, the largest tropical wetlands in North America and one of the world’s most important biospheres, will give you a generous dose of nature before you head home.