While Fort Lauderdale is home to a large number of international chains, Las Olas Boulevard is where you can experience the city’s more local culture. Showcasing boutiques, art galleries, mom and pop restaurants, ambient wine bars and relaxing spas. Best of all, it’s easy to wander the long stretch of road just hopping in and out of the different venues, having a number of experiences in one day. To help you plan your trip, here is a guide to Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
One of America’s most beautiful cities, Miami is the perfect destination to sprinkle your itinerary with rooftop bars, helicopter tours and scenic cruises. Don’t want to waste time on mediocre viewing experiences? No worries. We’ve composed the ultimate guide to Miami’s best views to ensure you see the best the city has to offer.
Few destinations evoke a sense of The Sunshine State like the vast, swampy backwaters of the Florida Everglades. There’s no better way to experience this unique national park than by high speed airboat.
For those traveling Miami on a budget, Miami Spa Month — which takes place during July and August — is an excellent time to visit. During the event, spas all around the city offer special deals (up to 50% off!) on decadent treatments. To help you plan your itinerary, here are some of the offerings you can book.
Fort Lauderdale is often called the ‘Venice of America’ because of the Intracoastal Waterway and the canals that meander through the city. Locals do a great deal of floating through town. Visitors can too; no boat rental required thanks to the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi. It’s a sightseeing tour, boat ride and taxi all rolled into one and your tour ticket allows unlimited boarding all day ant any of the dozen stops throughout town.