Traveling to USA Florida The State with So Many Nicknames

Situated in southeastern United States, along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean coastlines, USA.
Florida , ” THE STATE with so many NICKNAMES” the land of sunshine,The Alligator State,The Everglade State,The Orange State,The Flower State, The Peninsula State, and The Gulf State.
Florida was named for the day on which it was first sighted and explored,the Spanish Feast of the Flowers at Eastertime (Spain’s Easter celebration April 2, 1513) by Juan Ponce de León, a Spanish conquistador who accompanied Christopher Columbus on his second journey to the New World. Florida is one of two states containing an area with a tropical climate, the other being Hawaii rich is wholly tropical.


Florida contains also more than 30,000 lakes within its boundary which range from very small to the nation’s fourth-largest natural lake Lake Okeechobee.

Beaches are one of the most popular attractions in Florida, along with some of the world’s best known theme parks, including Disney World,


Orlando :
Is home to some of the world’s best-known and best-loved theme parks, including WALT DISNEY WORLD (Walt Disney World Resort)

It is the largest private-owned vacation destination, and the most popular vacation destination in the world. Walt Disney World opened in 1971 under the guidance of Roy O. Disney.

St. Augustine:
Is the ‘America’s Oldest City’ , the oldest European city in the United States. established in 1565 by Spanish explorer and admiral For almost 200 years, St. Augustine was the Spanish center of power in North America.

Everglades National Park :

The Everglades are subtropical wetlands(A wetland is an area of land whose soil is saturated with moisture), and the largest of the National Parks in Florida.

The Everglades support more than 350 species of birds and over 1,000 species of plants.
Everglades National Park is open year round. Most people visit the Park in the winter, dry season.

Fall foliage :

The Florida fall foliage houses wonderful change of seasons in full color making some great places to enjoy it.

A Mosque in Boca Raton:
Places of worship are extremely valuable to many people. They go to church, temple, mosque,or other places to pray in private and as part of a congregation.

Kennedy Space Center;
Kennedy Space Center,is an island wildlife refuge that also serves as NASA’s launch headquarters.Having a close up tour to NASA’s launch and landing facilities, experience interactive simulators, live shows and -dropping encounters with massive rockets and meeting a veteran NASA astronaut.

The Port of Miami:
Is a seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Is the world’s largest undisputed cruise ship port capital , the Cargo Gateway of the Americas and is the headquarters of many of the world’s largest cruise companies.

Miami Beach:
Miami Beach is a city in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Miami is a number one choice for active travelers of all ages and skill levels. Top Miami beaches are found along Collins Avenue, including the sheik Miami Beach-South Beach, and offshore at Key Biscayne.

Key West:
Key West is an island in the Straits of Florida ,
In the 1820’s Key West’s discoverers called the island, “Island of Bones”.

Although the island is surrounded by water Key West has only two main beaches – Smathers Beach and at Smathers Beach,blessed with balmy weather, lots of sunshine and surrounded by the only barrier reef in North America .

Florida, over the years has become one of the worlds strongest tourist magnets.

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