Travel Reports
  • Legoland Florida Legoland Florida

    Legoland Florida near Orlando is a wonderland for all things Lego, letting Lego fans and whole families alike enjoy themselves to the fullest through this new, colorful and kids-oriented theme park. Read more

  • Everglades National Park Everglades National Park

    Largest subtropical wilderness area in the U.S. and one of the wildest place on Earth, the Everglades National Park is also a land of adventure which is sure to leave you speechless before the abundance of fun activities, wildlife and natural beauty. Read more

  • Universal Studios Florida Universal Studios Florida

    Touted as the world's premier movie and TV based theme park, Universal Studios Florida features rides and attractions based on some of the studio's most famous films, as well as other blockbusters from competing studios. Read more

  • THE WOLFSONIAN - FIU THE WOLFSONIAN - FIU

    The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, located in the heart of the Art Deco District of Miami Beach, Florida, is a museum, library and research center that uses its collection to illustrate the persuasive power of art and design. Read more

  • MIAMI BOAT TOUR MIAMI BOAT TOUR

    A Miami Boat Tour is a great way to take fabulous photos of Miami's downtown skyline, and hear countless anecdotes about the breathtaking homes of Millionaire's Row and its famous residents, from Shaquille O'Neal, to Julio Iglesias, as well as famous filming locations such as the house where well-known movies scenes were shot. Read more

  • MIAMI SHOPPING TOUR MIAMI SHOPPING TOUR

    Miami is known as one of the best shopping destination in the entire world, and you cannot leave the area without visiting Miami's incredible shopping centers. Read more

  • KENNEDY SPACE CENTER KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

    One of Florida’s most popular destinations, the John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) tells the epic story of the U.S. space program – from the first day through the present. Read more

  • Islamorada, Sports Fishing Capital of the World Islamorada, Sports Fishing Capital of the World

    Just half an hour south of Key Largo, the area of Islamorada is a 20-miles long "Village of Islands" claiming the title of sportfishing capital of the world, promising an unforgettable Florida Keys experience for world-class angler and first-timers alike. Read more

  • WALT DISNEY EPCOT CENTER WALT DISNEY EPCOT CENTER

    Located 20 miles away from Orlando, Epcot is the brainchild of Walt Disney who seeked to create a modern and enduring World Fair to celebrate its best scientific and cultural achievements, as well cast a positive look on the future of humankind. Read more

  • MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL GARDEN

    An oasis in the heart of Miami's urban landscape, The Miami Beach Botanical Garden is home to the Japanese Garden, many waterfalls and other water features, the Great Lawn area and as well as the Edible Garden. Read more

  • Marathon, a Family-style Marine Heaven Marathon, a Family-style Marine Heaven

    The 10-mile-long island of Marathon is a laid-back, family-oriented community located in the middle of the Florida Keys archipelago and the last one before entering the Lower Keys. Read more

  • Key West, carefree & close to perfect Key West, carefree & close to perfect

    Awashed with mellow and romantic vibrations, Key West is a heavenly town where plam trees pave the way for colonial mansions and conch houses which many a celebrity once called home, from Ernest Hemingway to Tennessee Williams, and John Audubon. Read more

  • KEY LARGO, AN ECOUTOURIST PARADISE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS KEY LARGO, AN ECOUTOURIST PARADISE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

    Over the centuries, Key Largo changed from a plantation area into an authentic eco-tourism haven. Unique natural parks and preserves like the nearby Everglades National Park, the Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park and the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center make of key Largo a fantastic first encounter with the Florida Keys region. Read more

  • Big Pine Key & Bahia Honda, the low-key islands Big Pine Key & Bahia Honda, the low-key islands

    Located just ahead of Big Pine, Bahia Honda Key is home to Bahia Honda State Park, a unique natural site with magnificent beaches and world-class snorkeling Read more

  • The Florida Keys, an American paradise The Florida Keys, an American paradise

    Natural wonders, history-rich landmarks and fun-filled theme parks are just some oft he highlights of discovering the Florida Keys, a fantastic journey for drivers, hikers, sport lovers, divers and the whole family, making up for one-of-a-kind perfect vacation in a true American paradise. Read more

  • Fort lauderdale Fort lauderdale

    Located a couple miles north of Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale hosts luxurious mansions on Millionaires Row, as well as countless premium shops and restaurants, but is also home to many historic buildings and beautiful natural landscapes. Read more

  • Miami Seaquarium Miami Seaquarium

    The Miami Seaquarium is a world-famous oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay, and one of the oldest oceanariums in the United States, featuring marine mammals, daily presentations and many activities for kids and teens. Read more

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