With the US welcoming millions of holiday makers every year it can be difficult to decide where to visit. That’s why people like us are here to help you by telling you some of the best things to see and do in various locations.
Florida is always popular among visitors and it is no surprise why when you see some of these excellent attractions.
If you are visiting Florida soon, hopefully you will take a look our guide that lets you see some of the best attractions. There is so much more to see and do in Florida, this is just the tip of the iceberg so if you are visiting soon remember to take a look at all there is including;
Universal Studios Orlando
Universal Studios Orlando is one of the most popular theme parks in the world. It was first opened in 1990 and covers an area of 107 acres. The attractions are based on pop culture icons, Hollywood movies and hit television shows. It features original sets from such blockbuster hits as Pretty Woman, The Godfather and Men in Black. All of which were of course funded by the Universal Studios. For all those who are big fans of The Simpsons, there are 24 recognizable characters from the hit show appearing on The Simpsons Ride. If you’re planning on purchasing Orlando Park tickets don’t hesitate, it’s well worth it!
Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center has been the launch site for every US space flight involving humans since 1968 and is currently still operational for unmanned rockets. It is one of Florida’s top attractions offering museums, cinemas, a rocket garden and bus tours of important facilities. If you’re lucky enough to be around during the real launch of a shuttle, you can purchase passes that will get you as close as 4 miles from the blast.
Amelia Island is part of a chain of beautiful barrier islands that stretch form South Carolina to Florida. The most charming part of this place is the Fernandina beach, a shrimping village with 50 blocks of historic buildings, original B&B’s and six picturesque golf courses.
Castillo de San Marcos
Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the United States. It is located in the city of St. Augustine and was built at the beginning of the 17th century. It features diamond shaped rampart at each of its corners and outer walls 14 feet wide. The city itself is also worth visiting. It is the oldest European settlement in the country, full of romantic scenery and old charm.