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Fort Lauderdale, Florida is well-known for its stunning beaches, creative events and deep culture. But the closer you look at Fort Lauderdale, the more you discover, from the fantastical to the everyday occurrence but its all here! Like enjoying a day of shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, a gondola ride through the famous canals or a nice walk on historic riverfront. Just two miles north of Port Everglades, you can experience a landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall and brick paved path. Across the street, visit luxury hotels, and enjoy shopping or dining in the historical districts, this is where you’ll suck up all that atmosphere that you only get in Fort Lauderdale. Trying to stay fit? Dive into the Atlantic Ocean, hike into the Everglades or enjoy a workout and healthy fare at a resort spa.

Wonder what's the best time to visit this beautiful city? Well, it's between November and April because summer and early fall are susceptible to tropical storms. If you are travelling in summer, pack light clothing, a hat and umbrella and plenty of sunscreen. It can get very hot in For Lauderdale.

Like shopping? Love shopping! Fort Lauderdale, Florida is an absolute shopping paradise. Discover the convenience and the value of shopping in everything from boutiques to department stores in Fort Lauderdale. There are special shopping tours for groups and local shuttle buses from the beach. And, most hotels provide easy access to major shopping centres for car-less travellers.

Sawgrass Mills, the world’s largest discount and entertainment mall, the Swap Shop, the south’s largest flea market, and Festival Flea Market, a quarter-mile long shopper’s paradise, are just a few of the venues to begin your retail therapy with.

What about dinning? You are lucky again because Fort Lauderdale offers a multitude of amazing dinning experiences. Explore Greater Fort Lauderdale’s culinary nightlife scene, including romantic waterfront restaurants, trendy steakhouses, Sunday brunches, sports bars, wine bars and more, every kind of taste is catered for.

Also, beyond surf, sand and entertainment, Fort Lauderdale is well known as a cruise hub where many of the world's biggest and best cruise ships dock on a regular basis offloading mass numbers of cruise holiday tourists as well as cruise and stay holidayers who combine both pleasures as part of their trip. This makes for a buzzing vibrant place to be. There are
enough activities to entice travellers to spend a few days there before or after a voyage.

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