Chocolate lovers will be glad to know that free samples are given out at the end of each tour of the gourmet chocolatiers Angell & Phelps facility. Their history spans decades to 1925, which means that people have had the opportunity to indulge in their wonderful chocolate for nearly a century.
The historic Daytona Beach Boardwalk features enough attractions to fill a day, including arcades, the Joyland Amusement Center, souvenir shops, several restaurants, Oceanfront Park, and the performing arts center The Bandshell. During the summer you can enjoy a fireworks show every Saturday night.
Remnants of the community of the Timucuan Indians that once inhabited the land of Tomoka State Park can be seen. A large complex of burial mounds and shell middens are what remain from one of the earliest Native American settlements on the Central East Coast of Florida.
A must see for baseball fans, this ballpark is the site where Jackie Robinson, the U.S.'s first black Major League Baseball player, played the first integrated spring training game in 1946. It is also home to the Minor League Baseball team the Daytona Cubs.
Daytona International Airport is smaller than the Orlando and Jacksonville airports, but it is still served by major airlines. Delta and US Airways carry passengers to big cities like Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles. Bus 18 and 19 are the routes that offer service to the Daytona Beach International Airport. Taxi are available at the east end of the terminal situated just outside the bag claim area. Classi Taxi & Shuttle Inc. Daytona Beach, FL, United States +1 386-255-8000 www.classitaxishuttle.com Airport Transfer: www.doshuttledaytona.com