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Seven Days in Florida: A Unique Vacation Itinerary

This ultimate seven days itinerary will take you all over the popular destinations of Florida,from its stunning beaches, exciting theme parks and some of the most diverse cultural attractions to be found in the ‘sunshine state’.

Planning a one week itinerary, though challenging, can with careful planning cover both Central and South Florida, including the amusement parks of Orlando,not to forget the vibrant city of Miami.

Day 1 Universal Studios, Orlando

Orlando is the theme park capital of the world and the best place to start your week long adventure.If you are a Harry Potter fan your first stop should be the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios.

In the evening,make sure to take a short cruise from Orlando in order not only to wind down after a hard day but to experience the little known beauty of the place from the water as well.

Day 2 Harry Potter again and Rock Springs State Park

Today it is more about Harry Potter World so head back to Universal Studios and continue your spellbinding journey through the Dragon and Hogsmeade Alley. Adventure seekers can dare to take a ride on the VelociCoaster,one of the exciting addictions in the park.

In the afternoon head to Rock Springs State Park where you can float down in an inflatable tube down a lazy real-life river. The park has several natural springs and picnic areas to have some fun under the sun.

Day 3 Crystal River and Ringling House

For an incredible experience,swim with the friendly manatees at Crystal River and explore the stunning Three Sisters Springs at the same time. For a more enjoyable experience,book a guided tour with a reputed operator.

In the afternoon take a tour of the Ringling House,but before that stop for lunch at Tarpon Springs to savor some of the best Greek cuisine to be had anywhere. Ringling House itself is an excellent example of opulence once owned by the famous Ringling Bros.Circus.

Day 4 Everglades with Edison and Ford’s Estates

Today combines sightseeing with learning by touring the Edison and Ford’s winter estates to know more about the two most talented inventors on a guided tour.

End the day at the Everglades to see wildlife and alligators from up close.This massive ecosystem is spread over 1.5: million acres and is a must visit on any Florida itinerary.

Day 5 Florida Keys

Florida Keys is a chain of islands lying south of Miami and is a mecca for water sports lovers and beach enthusiasts. Visitors can snorkel in the Bahia Honda State Park to view an array of marine life from close quarters.

Drive down to Key West after lunch and take a train tour to know more about this once thriving island port. Enjoy a drink at Sloppy Joe’s before heading back to the hotel. Florida keys tops all best things to do in Florida listicles.

Day 6 Florida Keys and Miami

Start the day at Sombrero Beach, known for its pristine sand and clear waters. After a few hours in the sun stop for lime pie and conch fritters at Mrs Mac’s Kitchen, before heading for Miami.

Scour the cigar shops at Little Havana and marvel at the colorful architecture and the vibrant Latin American culture.

Day 7 Miami

On your final day of the itinerary,take a walk along Ocean Drive for mind-blowing views of the ocean and admire the art deco architecture Miami beach is known for.

Some of the famous art deco buildings can be found in the south beach neighborhood, often used as a backdrop for film and TV photoshoots.

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