Florida’s top attractions

Florida Attractions Everglades
isat March 11, 2018

Being one of the most visited tourist states of the United States is an achievement that Florida has earned with its innumerable attractions offered to the millions of tourists who dare to visit it every year. We will name what we consider the best attractions of all:


Walt Disney World Resort


It’s impossible to talk about Florida vacations without mentioning the Walt Disney World Resort, located in Orlando that has everything you need in one place. Peak of the most visited vacation resorts. Many theme hotels, four theme parks, two water parks, a camping resort and many other entertainment venues.


Universal Studios


Very close to the Walt Disney World Resort, only that its parks are much more full of adrenaline and excitement that welcome all the adults and children who dare to visit it. Their parks are so large that it is advisable to buy multiple-day packages to enjoy as much as possible in two, three or four days.


Busch Gardens


We continue with the theme parks, only that this theme park is wilder and offers more than 2,700 animals such as elephants, hyenas, big cats, hippos, kangaroos and many other wild animals you can see in Tampa Florida, without having to go to the other side of the world to see them. That’s not all, it also has a great water park, the Adventure Island, which has incredible attractions.




An excellent national park for all those who like nature, local birds, and the famous Florida crocodiles. This park is so rich in ecosystems that can be found from crocodiles, alligators, hawks and even turtles, it also offers rest areas, and numerous activities such as hiking, bird watching, outdoor camping, airboat and canoe trips , an adventure if you like nature in a more relaxed and just as exciting way.


key West


This picturesque town, located in the south of Florida, offers spectacular and crystalline beaches where you can practice snorkeling, to appreciate the beauty of its reefs. You can also see the island of Cuba with the naked eye. It is a town that also offers good bars and excellent drinks.


San Agustin


Also known as the Old City, where it was claimed in 1513 as Spanish territory, which was then handed over to the British, only to return to Spain and finally ceded to the United States of America. It has a very interesting history and colonial architecture to see, Fort Matanzas, Hotel Ponce de León and Castillo de San Marcos stand out. If ancient architecture catches your attention, this is a must-see destination in Florida.