Visitor’s Guide to Florida: 2nd Edition

Welcome to the Second Edition of the Visitor’s Guide to Florida. The book has been updated with a brand new section for Central Florida and Orlando. If you’re planning to visit Florida, this book will provide you with the inform…

Welcome to the Second Edition of the Visitor’s Guide to Florida. The book has been updated with a brand new section for Central Florida and Orlando. If you’re planning to visit Florida, this book will provide you with the information you need to make your trip a great success. This book, the Visitor’s Guide to Florida, focuses on six areas of maximum tourist interest each centered on one of Florida’s major cities – Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami, Naples, Tampa and St. Petersburg, and Pensacola – and more than 50 of their most appealing destinations. The book also describes in step-by-step detail, the simplest ways to explore them on your own. Walking is, of course, by far the best way to explore most places. It allows you to see the sights up-close and personal, spending just as much time as you please. That being so, the book includes more than 40 pre-planned walking and driving tours of the major cities and attractions. The carefully tested walking tours take you to all of the interesting attractions without wasting time, money or effort. Where you choose to stop along the way is up to you, and you won’t have any trouble finding your way with the large clear maps provided. The destinations should appeal to almost everyone. You’ll find included, not only the usual churches, art galleries, theme parks, historic sites and homes, but also some of the nation’s best beaches and outdoor recreation areas. For golfers, I’ve provided access to more than 300 in-depth reviews of some of the best golf courses and resorts. You’ll find links to these within each section, region-by-region. Florida has something for just about everyone : environmental treasures, historic sites, high profile tourist and recreation areas, natural wonders and a profusion of wildlife in diverse natural habitats that include lush, sub-tropical forests to glittering coral reefs, to the crystal waters of a thousand inland lakes and windswept salt marshes of a lonely coastline. If you’re looking for fun in the sun, Florida’s resorts, theme parks, beaches, and cities offer a veritable cornucopia of vacation and recreational opportunities and, of course, those fabulous beaches : more than 1,000 miles of sun-scorched sandy beaches and deep green ocean, are just waiting for you to explore them. The Visitor’s Guide to Florida is a great resource for families, individuals, golfers and groups. Included you’ll find travel directions, detailed maps, time and weather considerations, hotels, resorts and restaurant suggestions, practical information such as entrance fees, visiting hours, parking, handicapped access and more – thorough descriptions of the worthwhile sites, lots of photos and background material.

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