Known as the sunshine state Florida is heavily focused on the tourists. The beaches are one of the most popular attractions in Florida along with some of the best known theme parks including Disney World and universal Studios. However some of the state’s best secrets are in secluded locations away from tourist areas. Regardless of preference Florida has something to offer for any kind of traveler. In this blog you will get to know about three most visited places in Florida, United States.
Three most visited places in Florida
Amelia Island is one of the southern areas is chain of barrier islands that stretches from south Carolina to Florida. Amelia Island is home to Fernandina Beach a charming shrimping village with fifty blocks of historic buildings, unique beaches and six golf courts.
Located in the city of St. Augustine, The Castillo de San Marcos site is the oldest Masonry fort in the United States. Given the fine state of the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument it is difficult to believe that the fortress was built in the late 1600s. Its longevity is due to its design which is a diamond shaped rampart, at each corner maximized firepower and its 14 feet thick walls reduced its vulnerability to attack. St. Augustine itself is a small jewel of a city known as the oldest European settlement in the United States, full of romantic ambiance and old world charm.
Universal Orlando Resort is the top ranked challenger to Disney, as the largest of the Universal Orlando theme parks. Other attractions include a night club and restaurant complex, City Walk and three resort hotels.