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The Florida Keys are an arc-shaped archipelago of sun-struck sandy islands scattered across the warm aquamarine waters off Florida’s southern coast. Studded with coconut palms, stippled with heavenly resorts, and washed with lush natural scenery, the Florida Keys are a tropical paradise. The Keys also boast captivating museums, small state parks, and tranquil conservation areas, so you’ll find plenty of other things to do beside sunbathing.

Things to see

The Florida Keys are connected by the remarkable Overseas Highway, a speedy road which makes it possible to get between the islands and see their top sights with ease. Begin with a slice of quaint US history - the Harry Truman Little White House in Key West. This 1890s white-washed house served as Truman’s winter home during his presidency. Today, you can take a tour of the interior - now a riveting living museum. Since you’re in the area, stop by another famous Key West landmark - the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum. Marvel at Hemingway’s untouched study, bookshelves, and typewriter, and see the quirky 6-toed cats, descendants of Hemingway’s favorite house cat. Spend your sunny afternoon at Dry Tortugas National Park, an isolated eden centered around the palatial Fort Jefferson, an immense structure that consists of over 16 million bricks. In this undisturbed natural haven, you can snorkel among the pink coral reefs, scuba dive, and go fishing.

Hotels in Florida Keys

There’s a wide range of accommodation sprinkled across the islands, suited to all tastes and budgets. Those after luxury resort-style relaxation should stay in one of the 4-star hotels in Florida Keys, where you’ll enjoy huge swimming pools, sensual spa services, and private peaceful beaches of soft golden sands. For something more affordable, stay in a 3-star hotel, where you’ll proffer from large air-conditioned rooms and free filling breakfasts - there’s also classic concierge service, designed to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Those traveling on a budget should stay in a 2-star hotel, for an inexpensive piece of island paradise.

Where to stay

Those seeking buzzing city energy should stay in Key West, at the very western end of Florida Keys’ main islands. This area is perfect for those that want to match a bouncing nightlife of bars and restaurants with lazy days lounging on the beach. For a more laid-back scene with a chilled-out resort vibe, stay in Islamorada, a small area great for tropical fishing and blanketed with beaches. Key Largo, at the eastern end of the Keys, is ideal for those after an island atmosphere with easy access to mainland Florida - the city of Miami and idyllic Everglades National Park are a stone’s throw away.

How to get to Florida Keys

The main airport serving the Florida Keys is Miami International Airport, based just 64 miles from Key Largo. The airport serves dozens of domestic flights, and plenty of direct international flights across the globe - from cities like London, Amsterdam, Moscow, and Madrid. If you’re staying at the northern end of the Florida Keys, take a taxi or hire your own car and drive from the airport. However, if you’re staying near Key West, you can catch a connecting flight at Miami to the tiny Key West Airport. The Florida Keys area is best explored via car, whether you hire taxi cabs or take your own rental.

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