A record setting 24 million people visited Florida last spring. That’s a three percent jump in the second quarter compared to a year ago.
It was wheels down at Miami International Airport for South Florida’s first non-stop service to Middle East outside of Israel.
Planning a beach vacation in Florida can be a daunting task but Visit Florida, the state’s tourism and marketing arm, just made it a little bit easier for travelers to the Sunshine state with the launch of some high-tech tools to help visitors find just the right beach for their summer vacation.
Gov. Rick Scott is still pushing for 100 million tourists this year, even though lawmakers gave him less than three-fourths of the money he said was needed to reach that goal.
Florida’s sun soaked beaches, theme parks and golf courses saw a record number of visitors in the first quarter.
Make the most of your summer with this ultimate guide to road trips.
The Academy of Hospitality and Tourism is promoting its upcoming fundraiser on April 6 and how the proceeds will be used for student scholarships.
If you thought 2013 was a busy year, you were right. It was a record year for tourism.
South Florida will be jam packed with people this weekend ready to enjoy our great weather and great events as we kick off our busiest time of year with a weekend full of pricey boats and plenty of art.
Gov. Rick Scott will seek $100 million to help bring 100 million visitors a year to the Sunshine State.