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The best tourist areas in Florida

The best tourist areas in Florida

Tourist attractions in Florida 

There are several factors that attract tourists from around the world to Florida, as follows:

  • Strategic location: where the state of Florida is located in the southeastern part of the United States of America, with views from the east and south of the Atlantic coast, and the states of Alabama and Georgia share land borders, and the extent of Florida on the coastal beaches helped make it a prominent tourist destination.
  • Industry: Florida is known for its industries, which include electronics, machinery, and food processing and distribution.
  • Agriculture: Florida is distinguished by the cultivation of several agricultural crops, including: oranges, potatoes, grapefruit, watermelons, and sugar cane.
  • Climate: Florida's climate is predominantly warm and sunny, with the exception of the rainy season, which runs from May to October.

Tourist attractions in Florida

More than 60 million people visit the state of Florida each year; It's an ideal vacation destination, as tours start from the Art Deco architecture in downtown Miami to the old Aviles Street in St Augustine, and among Orlando's most-visited theme parks are Universal Orlando Resort, Busch Gardens, and SeaWorld. . Walt Disney World Resort, located in Lake Buena Fitza, is the largest resort in the world.

Among the popular cities to visit in Florida: Tampa, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, Fort Lauderdale, Fort, Myers, and St. Augustine, and Everglades National Park, Key West Park, Bush Park, and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor complex are among the most famous places in the state.

Tourism in Florida 

The sights of the Rising Sun State have drawn large numbers of tourists, and tourism has overtaken agriculture and manufacturing. Tourism is the foundation upon which the Florida state economy is built, as citrus growing, phosphate mining, carpentry, and cigarette making were important in establishing Florida's economy, and by the end of the XIX century, especially in the winter season, the tourism sector of the region began to develop and developed. On the rise over the following decades, in the early 2000s, tourism made up a large proportion of the state's economy.