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Why Famous
  • Florida vacation rentals and condo rentals are in great demand as travelers flock to the sunshine state to enjoy fun in the sun.
  • Make kissimmee or orlando vacation rentals your family fun headquarters in florida.
  • While you visit walt disney world, seaworld orlando, universal studios florida and other area attractions.
  • For an introduction to beach rentals, check out our beach rentals guide.
  • See how many florida beaches ended up on our list of top 10 beach destinations.
Facts Destination
  • Florida is a state located in the southeastern region of the united states, bordering alabama to the northwest and georgia to the north. it was the 27th state admitted to the united states.
  • Much of the land mass of the state is a large peninsula with the gulf of mexico to the west, and the atlantic ocean to the east.
  • It is nicknamed the \"sunshine state\" because of its generally warm climate—subtropical in the northern and central regions of the state, with a true tropical climate in the southern portion.
Area Info
  • The state has four large urban areas, a number of smaller industrial cities, and many small towns.
  • The united states census bureau estimates that the state population was ranking florida as the fourth most populous state in the u.s.
  • Tallahassee is the state capital, jacksonville is the largest city, and miami is the largest metro area.
Why Visit
  • In Southwest Florida, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island captivate visitors with 15 miles of beautiful shelling beaches.
  • If you can’t live in Florida, settle for the next-best option: staying in one of the thousands of affordable Florida vacation rentals listed here.
  • Whether you’re visiting the theme park capital of the world, Orlando, or the Sunshine State’s actual capital, Tallahassee, you won’t be bored, and with a vacation rental in Florida, you won’t be broke either.
  • From sleepy small towns to bustling metropolises, scenic golf courses to even more scenic beaches, and fun-filled theme parks to the wildlife-filled Everglades National Park, Florida is an unusually tourist-friendly state.
Best Time
  • Summer (May - September) is the most popular period.
  • Winter (December-April) is the most popular period. Summer (June - October) tends to be the off-peak period.
  • Big crowds came in Winter, and accommodation costs attains high levels in this period.
  • Highways:- Florida\'s interstates, state highways and U.S. Highways are maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation. Florida\'s interstate highway system contains 1,473 miles (2,371 km) of highway, and there are 9,934 miles (15,987 km) of non-interstate highway in the state, such as Florida state highways and U.S. Highways.
  • Intercity rail:- Florida is served by Amtrak: Sanford, in Greater Orlando, is the southern terminus of the Amtrak Auto Train, which originates at Lorton, Virginia, south of Washington, DC. Orlando is also the eastern terminus of the Sunset Limited, which travels across the southern United States via New Orleans, Houston, and San Antonio to its western terminus of Los Angeles. Florida is served by two additional Amtrak trains (the Silver Star and the Silver Meteor), which operate between New York City and Miami.
  • Airports:- Major international airports in Florida which processed more than 15 million passengers each in 2006 are Orlando International Airport (34,128,048), Miami International Airport (32,533,974), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport(21,369,577) and Tampa International Airport (18,867,541). Secondary airports, with annual passenger traffic exceeding 5 million each in 2006, include Southwest Florida International Airport (Fort Myers) (7,643,217), Palm Beach International Airport (West Palm Beach) (7,014,237),[85] and Jacksonville International Airport (5,946,188).
  • Public transportation:- Miami\'s public transportation is served by Miami-Dade Transit that runs Metrorail, a heavy rail rapid transit system, Metromover, a people mover train system in Downtown Miami, and Metrobus, Miami-Dade\'s bus system.
  • If you want to avoid big throngs, avoid the Summer period (June - September) in Northern Florida and the Winter period (December-March) in Southern places.
  • Avoid also specially popular periods: Presidents\' Day weekend (February), Easter week, Memorial Day weekend (end of May), the Fourth of July, Labour Day weekend (September), Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year\'s.
  • The culture of florida is the local american culure in the u.s. state of florida.
  • As a border and coastal state however, florida culture has been greatly influenced by several large immigrant populations, especially those from latin america and europe.
  • Florida is a melting pot as well as an international crossroad to the united states.
  • Southern culture remains prominent in the state, particularly in the panhandle, north central florida, the first coast, and the florida heartland.
  • cocowalk, is an upscale lifestyle center located in the coconut grove neighborhood of miami, florida.