Why Visit Ft. Lauderdale, Florida?
Nicknamed “The Venice of Florida” for its many water canals, Ft. Lauderdale remains a major tourist boon located in Broward County, South Florida. The 23 miles of crystal sand beaches prove to be a magnet as the city attracts well over eleven million visitors per year. While the 2010 census included just over 165,500 diverse, tourist-loving residents. Fort Lauderdale was known for hosting spring break which attracted millions of college students annually looking for fun.
However, in efforts to entice vacation seekers of all ages who may not be up for the antics included in the youthful extravaganza, the tourist board has been successful in shrinking the spring break crowd and growing a robustly healthy tourism all year round.
Ft. Lauderdale has a uniquely charming nightlife that sets it apart from all other vacation destinations in that it has everything from greyhound racing to outdoor cafes that stay open to the wee hours of the morning. Dania Jai Alai runs at an exhilarating jaunt with a sports court for Jai alai an athletic game known for its swift pace. Many come to see the sport with mysterious origins because it’s not a well known game and Ft. Lauderdale is one of the rare places where it’s played.
The city touts exciting casinos to add to the nightlife scene. If dancing is your desire then Ft. Lauderdale offers a plethora of nightclubs including Passion Nightclub, Culture Room and Kaos Ultra Lounge. There are also many Fort Lauderdale bars, and lounges that cater to all types of eclectic palates.
Fort Lauderdale’s nightlife is filled with the sounds of blues and jazz music which can be heard as you stroll down the street on a warm, sultry night. With an average yearly temperature at around 75 degrees that can be any night!
Las Olas Boulevard is a beautiful feather in Ft. Lauderdale’s tourist cap as it offers a wonderfully kept venue lined by shops, eateries, salons and spas. It also has a gregarious nightlife while pulling double duty as a great way to spend the afternoon. The Fire and Safety Museum as well as the Museum of Art can be found among its hundreds of things to do and places to visit. Charter fishing, boating, and a myriad of aquatic sports and activities are right at your finger tips in full to the brim Fort. Lauderdale.
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