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Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, located in Florida, USA, is a very lively city and a water paradise (known as the undisputed capital of water sports in the USA, a must for water sports enthusiasts is held there in October of each year) that deserves to be known.

Fort Lauderdale takes its name from a series of forts built by the American army in Florida and from Major William Lauderdale between 1835 and 1840 who built the first fort on the New River.

Fort Lauderdale is nicknamed the “Venice of America”, where you can take boat taxis that run through the center. A pleasant, original and relaxing opportunity to explore the city.

The population of the city of Fort Lauderdale has increased in recent years thanks to the visits of tourists coming from Canada and Northeastern America to escape the cold season, they are known by Snowbirds (or snow birds).

Being an island city, its first attraction should be its immense beaches, splendid with incredible sand and its pleasant and sunny climate.

During the month of April each year, a renowned “Air show” takes place above the beaches and attracts the best aerobatic teams from all over the world.

Fort Lauderdale is a city in the State of Florida where entertainment is provided throughout the day but also on evenings during the summer months, almost all the time!

Shopping streets and canals are all attractions in this small Florida town:

  • Fashion shops,
  • The restaurants
  • Coffee shops, often very trendy, are in a rush,
  • The art galleries
  • Museums and their original exhibitions

The winter season offers a choice of ballets, operas, musicals and concerts.

Visit this well-known place and experience the 37 km of Grand Fort Lauderdale beaches lined with promenades and explore a destination that offers:

  • Luxury hotels
  • World-class restaurants
  • A night life
  • An impressive artistic scene
  • Artisanal breweries
  • Stores and the famous Everglades at his door.

Don’t forget to take a cruise along the “Venice of America” and get lost in the botanical gardens with their lush tropical plants and native fauna.