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The 2015 Travel Guide to Florida is a detailed guide that provides travelers to the Sunshine State with all of the information they need to enrich and enjoy their trip.

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Southeast Florida:
A STUDY IN Contrasts

From crystal-blue water to big-city culture, Southeast Florida is a study in contrasts. Often, the tranquility of the beach and the bustle of a thrumming metropolitan area...
Southwest Florida:
A NATURAL CHOICE

As the last of the state’s frontier to be settled and developed, Southwest Florida remains in solid touch with its natural side...
Central East Florida:
TIMELESS BEAUTY, New Adventures

It’s true the Central East region of Florida’s easy proximity from the world’s attraction mecca makes it a great side-trip excursion...
Central Florida:
THE EPICENTER OF FUN

There was a time when beaches were the only thing people associated with Florida...
Central West Florida:
INCREDIBLE BEYOND COMPARE

With all of the options available in the Sunshine State, it might be difficult to choose your destination. Here’s a tip...
Northeast Florida:
CELEBRATING 450 YEARS OF HERITAGE

Visitors driving south on Interstate 95 encounter Northeast Florida as soon as they cross the state line...
North Central Florida:
CHOOSE YOUR SOUTHERN-STYLE ADVENTURE

In this region of the Sunshine State, visitors can experience the full spectrum of Florida life...
Northwest Florida:
SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY BY THE SEA

Where sugar-white sands meet emerald waters, everything about a Florida vacation is different here...
Visit Highlands County
Gainesville
Visit Jacksonville
Mexico Beach
Royal Shell
Visit Citrus
Seminole Hard Rock
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Seaworld
Florida State Parks