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Discover the best of the vibrant Florida city with your Fort Lauderdale tours and tickets to make the most of your itinerary. Boasting endless stretches of sandy beaches, a historic riverfront, art and cultural events, shopping, luxury hotels, landscaped promenades, gondola rides on the canals and historic districts, it is of little surprise that Fort Lauderdale is catching up with Orlando and Miami in terms of touristic appeal and popularity. There are tons of experiences to look forward to, whether it’s a family vacation or a trip with your gang. Don’t miss out on the famous amphibious tour (explore on both land and water, shop till you drop at the Las Olas Boulevard, meet the animals at Flamingo Gardens, enjoy a river cruise, and explore the city on guided Fort Lauderdale sightseeing tours.
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Our tips for Ft Lauderdale

  • Art and Gardens. Visit the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens, a 20th-century historic house with picturesque gardens if you’re into art and nature. For more art, visit the Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, an impressive collection of murals by local and international artists.
  • Shopping. The Las Olas Boulevard is a must-visit for all fashion and art enthusiasts. A perfect place to hang out, stroll down the streets and enjoy some retail therapy at this famous Fort Lauderdale attraction.
  • Must-do experiences. Sightseeing cruises, the amphibious tour, the airboat adventure at Sawgrass recreation park and a boat cruise showcasing the lifestyle of the rich are absolute must-dos for people visiting Fort Lauderdale.

Good to know

Located in the southeastern part of Florida, USA, Fort Lauderdale is a vibrant city renowned for its stunning beaches, meandering boating canals, and diverse cultural offerings. The city's name pays homage to Major William Lauderdale, who led a group of Tennessee Volunteers during the Second Seminole War in the 1830s. Though the fort bearing his name was never finished, the moniker became synonymous with the area. Fort Lauderdale has earned the well-deserved nickname "Venice of America" owing to its extensive network of canals and waterways, which span an impressive 165 miles. These picturesque water passages have made the city a favored destination for boating enthusiasts, adding to its allure as a delightful aquatic playground. Moreover, this lively city is proud to be recognized as the "Yachting Capital of the World," boasting numerous marinas and a wide range of water-related activities. Every year, Fort Lauderdale proudly hosts the prestigious Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, one of the largest and most significant boat shows globally.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Fort Lauderdale?

    Fort Lauderdale can be visited throughout the year and there’s never a dearth of things to do in the city. However, the best time to visit Fort Lauderdale is between December and April as the weather is wonderful and a respite from bitter winter temperatures.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    Getting around Fort Lauderdale is an absolute breeze as there are a profusion of options when it comes to transportation. Well-connected bus and train routes, bike rental, carpooling, water taxis, the Riverwalk water trolley, the sun trolley, and the tri-rail linking Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach provide plenty of options if you want to explore the city on your own.

  • Q: How can I reach Fort Lauderdale?

    As the main entry point to the city, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) provides a wide array of domestic and international flights for travelers. Beyond air travel, Fort Lauderdale can also be accessed by car or bus via major highways, offering convenient overland options. Moreover, for those seeking a unique journey, Port Everglades, one of the world's busiest cruise ports, presents a delightful opportunity to arrive in Fort Lauderdale by cruise ship.

  • Q: Can I take day trips from Fort Lauderdale?

    Certainly! Day trips to the Florida Everglades are a must, where you can embark on thrilling airboat tours and immerse yourself in fascinating wildlife encounters. Additionally, within a short drive from Fort Lauderdale lies Miami, a vibrant metropolis teeming with cultural experiences and an exciting city life to explore.

  • Q: What are some must-visit cultural attractions in Fort Lauderdale?

    Ensure you don't overlook the captivating Bonnet House Museum & Gardens, a charming historic estate adorned with art and picturesque gardens. Delight in the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale and the Museum of Discovery and Science, both of which promise enriching experiences well worth your exploration.

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