More people have visited Florida than any other state in the U.S. for three years running, and for plenty of good reasons. No matter what kind of traveler you are and what your tastes are in entertainment, nightlife, dining, and/or recreation, this state has something for you. When you visit Florida, you can dine on seafood, Cuban cuisine, southern-style comfort food, or tasty all-American burgers and fries. You can visit one favorite city or take a road trip around the state to see the sights in multiple spots on the map. (In fact, I'm heading to Florida this fall for fun in the sun.)
Some attraction-filled cities to travel to include Bradenton, Naples/Fort Myers, Jupiter Palm Beach County, Vero Beach, Destin, Tampa Bay, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Kissimmee, Fernandina Beach, and New Smyrna Beach. You’ll find the globally renowned theme park Disney World full of family fun, museums, historical spots, miles of breathtaking beaches, golf, fishing, and so much more. Whether you’re traveling with your children, your spouse, friends, or venturing to the state solo, you’ll find so much to do that it might be mind-boggling. There’s a reason 95 million visitors trek to this sunshine-filled state year after year. For more information on each city’s offerings in the way of food and fun, take a look at this infographic. It is full of tips on restaurants, sports venues, culture and the arts, museums, amusement parks, and beaches to stroll during your vacation.