For Beach Lovers, Revelers & Shoppers, a Ft. Lauderdale Bus Rental is the Way to Go
After decades as the spring break destination for beer-swilling college students, Fort Lauderdale now aims for a more sophisticated crowd. Don't worry, if partying is your thing then there's still plenty of fun and excitement within the confines of the bars and nightclubs. Nevertheless, the city’s canals and charm have earned it the nickname “The Venice of America.”
The beaches offer 23 miles of warm sand. Sail the local waters on a chartered catamaran, shop and dine on Las Olas Boulevard or tee off at the area’s many golf courses. For more cultural pursuits, explore the city’s historic districts, stroll the Riverwalk, enjoy the gardens at Bonnet House or tour the historic Stranahan House.
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Plenty to Explore in Ft. Lauderdale
Though it sits in the shadow of Miami’s Art Deco magnificence, Fort Lauderdale offers its own unique charms — from magnificent beaches and challenging golf courses to museums and an exciting nightlife. Among the many landmarks and other points of interest worth a visit during your travel through the region are:
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — From the gaming tables at Indian casinos in nearby Hollywood to the nightclubs and bars along Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale offers a variety of entertainments. You’ll find an array of exciting entertainment options along the city’s stunning Riverwalk or catch a touring Broadway show at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts Center, a multi-theater complex located downtown.
- Arts & Cultural — The museums are smaller and fewer than those in Miami but no less exciting for visitors to enjoy. The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale contains more than 6,000 works, including significant pieces by noted Latin American artists. Ponds with bonnet water lilies and tropical gardens surround Bonnet House Museum, once home to famed artist Frederic Clay Bartlett. In nearby Clewiston, the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum includes a living-history Seminole village.
- Restaurants & Shopping — Hunt out bargains at the largest flea market in the South or explore the eclectic shopping and dining options along Las Olas Boulevard and the city’s riverfront. Looking for a day trip? Head to nearby Hollywood, where the streets of the city’s downtown and Design District are peppered with boutiques, bistros, sidewalk cafés and galleries featuring original artwork.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Blessed with sunshine and warm temperatures year-round, Fort Lauderdale is a haven for golfers, both seasoned pros and untried amateurs, with dozens of golf courses in and around the city. Deer Creek Golf Club is one of the better public access courses in the area, although a bit on the expensive side. The rates drop by more than half during off-season. At Bonaventure Country Club, the east and west course are both open to the public. In nearby Hollywood, Emerald Hills is also worth a visit.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks —From the gardens at Bonnet House and the storied past of the city’s oldest surviving structure, the Stranahan House Museum, to the city’s Himmarshee Historic District, history lovers will find no shortage of interesting sites in this southern Florida city. For a taste of Gilded Age opulence, head to Palm Beach where Henry Flagler built an estate proclaimed by the New York Herald as "more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world."
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Beaches! That's why most travelers come to Fort Lauderdale and its 23 miles of beachfront are some of the best in Florida. But there is so much more to enjoy, both on the water and on dry land. The waters off the coast are rich with marlin, sailfish, snapper, tarpon, wahoo and more. See the city from the waters of the Intracoastal Waterway. Fort Lauderdale’s promenade, which swoops along the beach, is a magnet for runners, in-line skaters, walkers and cyclists.
- Other Points of Interest — The Broward County A1A Scenic Highway allows residents and tourists to experience 28 miles of changing vistas. Spend a day of discovery exploring hundreds of interactive exhibits at the Museum of Discovery and Science. The Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is a reproduction of a Packard showroom from the 1920s.
See Ft. Lauderdale on a US Coachways Bus Charter Rental
Discover Fort Lauderdale on a US Coachways city bus charter. From bachelor parties to community group trips, we ensure a comfortable ride at great bus rental rates. Call our professional account specialists 24/7 to get answers to your questions or for help making a reservation. For a free quote or to book your bus charter trip, contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427).
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