Where three forts can no longer be found, but their memory will linger forever.
People will see luxurious homes and gardens as they ride in gondolas along the canals of this beautiful city.
Going to the beach in Fort Lauderdale is a unique experience with its beachfront promenade. Everyone can spend their day between the water and the sand, enjoying activities that include wind surfing, jet skiing, snorkeling, and an entertaining game of beach volleyball. Once their fun in the sun is over, they can head to the numerous shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues that are just steps away.
You can become a millionaire for the day by boarding a yacht for a cruise to see the mansions that are located along Millionaire’s Row. These homes go all the way from Tarpon Bend to the Intracoastal Waterway, and the captain of your yacht will share all the details of the owners of each property.
The Red Brick Road, also known as the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk, will lead you directly to the Arts and Entertainment District of the city. There are many museums and art galleries in this area, plus they offer numerous concerts, plays, musicals, and dancing performances throughout the year. Anyone who loves culture will want to spend a lot of their free time in this district.
No one will want to miss visiting the Swap Shop, which is a flea market, museum, arcade, farmer’s, market, drive in theater, and more all in one massive building! There are more than 2,000 vendors selling everything from vintage clothes to old DVDs to household items and anything else a person could possibly want or need. Everyone loves entering the Ferrari museum and no child can resist the arcade games or the on-site carnival. At night, the crowds file in with their vehicles to watch a movie at the world’s largest drive in move theater.
Everyone agrees that the best local cuisine in Fort Lauderdale can be found at Coconuts, Casablanca Café, Canyon Southwest Café, and Truluck’s Restaurant.