Guides to Florida Cities
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Florida is booming with hundreds of new residents moving to the sunshine state everyday. Why do people move to Florida? For the great weather, affordable living, good job market, and low taxes - just to name a few reasons.
There are many excellent cities in Florida from Key West on the southern tip of the state to Pensacola in the far west corner. The ten largest cities are as follows:
Miami is the heart of south Florida and has a international population with a heavy latin influence coming from Cuba, and many countries in central and South America.
Central Florida owes most of it's popularity to Orlando and Disney World. The Orlando area is a major tourist destination with Disney, Sea World, and dozens of other attractions.
Jacksonville is the hub of North Florida and is geographically large city stretching for miles.
South West Florida is known for the Tampa Bay, Clearwater, Saint Petersburg area, which has beautiful beaches and great boating.
West Florida is known for it's great Gulf of Mexico Beaches and includes Panama City and Pensacola.
Florida is the third most popular vacation destination in the USA, attracting millions of domestic and international holiday makers each year. With travel and tourism being such a major industry throughout the state, DMV Florida is pleased to recommend or visitors to a comprehensive, Florida vacation guide that combines all the regions, major cities, city and regional highlights, state-wide accommodation choices and lots of holiday planning suggestions.
|Cape Coral||Clearwater||Coral Springs||Fort Lauderdale|
|Miami||Miami Gardens||Miramar||North Miami|
|Orlando||Pembroke Pines||Plantation||Pampano Beach|
|Port St. Lucie||St. Petersburg||Sunrise||Tallahassee|
|Tampa||West Palm Beach||Stuart||Palm City|
|Jensen Beach||Port St Lucie|
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