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Besides its former reputation as a Spring Break hotspot, today’s Ft. Lauderdale is an affluent international business center. Moreover, it is well-known for its boating manufacturing and leisure time industry and has earned the nickname “Venice of America”. Whether you like to relax in luxury spas, or rather go second hand shopping on big flea markets, the place has offers for every one and every pocket. Moreover, Fort Lauderdale hosts one of the world’s largest Drive-In cinemas for the perfect retro experience on screen. Centrally located between Miami and Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale was originally named after Major Lauderdale, as were the three forts in the city. While none of these forts exist today, the place is now a desirable location for new or relocating businesses. It supports a diverse range of industries, such as film and television production, finance, marine, manufacturing, aerospace, insurance and real estate. Riverwalk, the foundation of the city’s art and historic district, features the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Art and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum, and Museum of Science and Discovery.
There are many options for the adventure seeker as well as the relaxed traveler. With museums, historical mansions and architecture, and even alligator-seeking swamp rides, all types of visitors will be entertained.
Some of the finest Florida dining is in this area of the state where seafood meets creativity and the fusion possibilities are endless.
For either lingering over coffee and a scone or grabbing a quick sandwich during a busy sight-seeing day, these cafés could fill every afternoon of your trip.
People are drawn to the quality of life in Fort Lauderdale. The beach climate and cultural and entertainment aspects draw visitors and residents alike.
Those with a taste for design will have a hard time choosing how to spend their time shopping in Fort Lauderdale.
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