Where to Stay & Why - Vacation rentals offer space, privacy, the amenities of home, and also serve as your gateway to all Florida has to offer. From villas to condo rentals, the different styles of lodgings come in a variety of sizes. The best accommodations depend on where you’re headed and the number of people you’re traveling with. Aside from saving money by just paying for one whole house instead of multiple rooms, you’ll also get to save with meals as most vacation rentals come with fully equipped kitchens. Other amenities that will make you feel at home include WiFi, cable TV, games and/or theater room, private pool, parking, and more! Most vacation homes even provide stuff you can use in the pool, at the beach, or for your kids like high chairs. No matter where you choose to stay, you’re sure to have a memorable trip.
What to See & Do - Staying in vacation rentals doesn’t only provide you resort-style amenities like the pools, fishing docks, and courts for tennis, basketball or volleyball on the beach. These accommodations also put you near or right in the middle of it all! Florida is a place where you can tailor your trip to whatever your soul seeks. Start your day snorkeling, visit the theme parks and beaches, and end your day with memories of dancing and space exploration. Why not check out our Florida Travel Guide so we can help you plan an unforgettable trip.
Where to Eat & Drink - Florida dishes up a world of flavors, pulling from the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico’s seafood bounty for meals to remember. The flavors of Miami skew largely Latin, and other cuisines such as Cuban or French fare. The Gulf Coast and Panhandle tastes tend toward simple, grouper sandwiches and other popular staples. Orlando surprises visitors with its Asian district. Don’t miss a heaping platter of the oyster crop!
How to Get Here & Getting Around - With major airports all over the state, the biggest and best-connected ones include Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Tampa International Airport. While there is public transportation, having a car helps you make the most of your time and to reach other attractions with ease.
When to Go - Even though it’s a year-round destination, beware of how hot May to September can be. The North makes summer a popular time to visit, while it’s best to visit Central Florida from January to April. South and The Keys is best roughly from December to April.