Cheap flights to Florida

Considered as “The Sunshine State,” Florida is home to all things fun and fancy in the world. After all, it is here where the Walt Disney World, the theme park capital, can be found. It is also home to the finest beaches of Miami, and the notorious, wet prairie Everglades, and many more. Located in the most southern part of all the states aside from Hawaii, Florida is a unique blend of societies and cultures. Known around the world for having a refreshing weather, visiting Florida at any time of the year is always a welcome treat. Go ahead, explore Florida with childlike wonder.

There is always a bit of everything in Florida for everyone. Florida is divided into four regions, each one with a distinct feature of its own. The Florida Panhandle region is where Tallahassee, Florida’s capital is located. Meanwhile, North Florida is where the cultured “southern” part of the state can be felt. Central Florida is where all the fun is, as this houses the Walt Disney World. Finally, the South Florida is where the waves of Miami keep on crashing the shore, as well as the notorious Everglades.

Beginning in the Florida Panhandle, a visit to the Tallahassee is hard to miss. While in the capital, do not miss the chance to see and skate in the Tallahassee Skate Park. Or go out on a fine day for a picnic in Lake Ella. The Maclay Gardens is also a delight to visit. It is the winter home and gardens of Maclay and his wife Louise. The State Park is open to the public as an interpretative museum, and offers amenities such as biking, hiking, as well as other water sport activities. Before leaving the region, a chance to check the Florida Lighthouses should not be missed. It is one of the most popular travel destinations in the region. Some of the famous lighthouses in the region include the Cape San Blas Light, Cape St. George Light, Crooked River Light, Pensacola Light, and St. Marks Light.

Going towards the northern part with a southern culture, highlights in the North Florida includes a visit to the St. Augustine, the oldest city in the United States. Here, the Florida’s Oldest House, a museum complex, is interesting to visit. Here, the main attraction called the González-Alvarez House, the oldest surviving Spanish Colonial in Florida can be found. Another attraction called the Fountain of Youth can be found here. The famous Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Segment was taped in Ripley’s oldest Odditorium, which is located in the Castle Warden. For a complete family fun experience, visit the Potter’s Wax Museum, which is filled over 160 wax figures including authors, artists, inventors, athletes, among others.

Unleash the inner child within upon stepping into Central Florida. Visit the Walt Disney World, the largest of its kind in Lake Buena Vista. Experience some of the favourite movies of all time come to life at Universal Studios. Here in the theme park capital of the world, imagination runs free.

Splash to your heart’s content while in Southern Florida and bask in the goodness of the fine beaches of Miami. While in Miami, get a chance to take the Discovery Cruise Lines, which sails to the Bahamas from Fort Lauderdale. Do not miss the chance to visit the Butterfly World, home of thousands of flowers, plants, waterfalls, and gardens. This is a unique site and serves as one of Southern Florida’s main tourist attractions.

How to get around within Florida

To reach most of the major cities in Florida, opt for the bus service by Greyhound and Redcoach. These two connects major cities in Florida.

Meanwhile, Amtrack Auto Train carries tourists between Lorton, Virginia, and Sanford, Florida. While the Amtrak Silver Star and Silver Meteor trains begin in New York City and ends in Miami.

How to get there

Orlando houses three airports. To reach famous attractions in Central Florida, drop by at the Orlando International Airport. To reach most of South Florida, consider dropping in at Miami International Airport. Meanwhile, Tampa International Airport mainly serves the Gulf Coast and has direct service flights to London Gatwick. The fourth largest airport in Florida, the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, is serviced by a number of domestic low fare carriers.  

Flights to Florida

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