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Visiting Fort Lauderdale!

Fort Lauderdale has long been a popular Florida destination for anyone seeking warmer temperatures during colder seasons. Fort Lauderdale’s beaches are among the most beautiful found in all of the United States, with nothing but blue waters as far as the eye can see.  With ocean conditions perfect for surfing, jet skiing, and even scuba diving in some areas, it's easy to spend an entire vacation just soaking up the coastal beauty that is Fort Lauderdale.  But whether you visit for its beaches or other attractions, Fort Lauderdale has something to offer every visitor!

Fort Lauderdale gets it's name from the multiple forts built in the area during the Second Seminole War – also known as the ‘Florida War’ - in the mid 1800s.  With a population of about 165,000 people, Fort Lauderdale is a key part of the greater South Florida Metropolitan Area, which in itself is home to over five million people. The Greater Fort Lauderdale area is also home to over 4,000 restaurants for fine dining, as well as over 100 night clubs for those with the energy to enjoy the after hours scene!

The city contains hundreds of elegant hotels to make your stay even more pleasurable, with many located directly on the ocean.  Fort Lauderdale, Florida is particularly famous for it's arts and entertainment events and exhibits, including the Broward Center for Performing Arts, the Langerado music festival,  and a myriad of other art and jazz festivals each year.

For more information and for a list of Fort Lauderdale, Florida Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, and other accommodation options, visit the Fort Lauderdale Visitor's Bureau (CVB).