Ideal duration: 2 - 5 days
Best Time: December to May Read More
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Synonymous with American Spring Break, Fort Lauderdale is the south-eastern coastal city of Florida, lined with beaches, clubs, bars, restaurants and all kinds of recreational facilities one can dream of. Apart from one of the most coveted nightlifes in the world, the city is also home to an intricate network of waterways, museums and sites of American history and a State park that offers an insight in to the region's biodiversity.
It is hard to decide if Fort Lauderdale's popularity stems from its scenic beaches or its booming nightlife. Downtown Las Olas Boulevard is the place to be if you're looking for all the luxuries and cosmopolitan tastes this city has to offer, from the famous hotels to the glitzy nightclubs to one of the many modern shopping malls that dot the area. The city has been historically significant for the USA particularly during times of turmoil, serving as an important naval base. It was named after William Lauderdale, the major who was instrumental in the development of the first of the three forts in the city.
The city's heritage and culture are concentrated in Fort Lauderdale's Riverwalk Arts district, lined with museums and art galleries, most significantly the NSU Art Museum and the Stranahan House Museum. It is worth an afternoon or evening to just spend the day on one of the many riverfront boulevards, admiring the labyrinth of waterways and canals that snake through the majority of the city, maybe even getting to watch as water-taxis, motorboats and yachts cruise by the country's top yachting destination. The beaches of Fort Lauderdale as well as the scenic Ocean Boulevard is probably where you will start and end your visit to this vibrant city.
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