I had one of the most unique, memorable birthday trips I've ever had this year. Just an hour and half from Tampa, Florida is the ...
By Ally Marotti for the CheapTickets Travel Blog Florida is the perfect place to escape in February, when the cold is unrelenting and the spring is s...
Living 95 percent under water, Biscayne National Park is certainly one of the most unique and unusual parks in the system. You don't enter through a gated entrance as you do at so many other parks, but by sea.
With the price of tickets to Walt Disney World, soaring into the triple digits earlier this year, parkgoers need to be savvier than ever about where they stay. Consider hotels just outside Disney World, but not technically on the park's property.
Turns out, you don't need to be a kid to enjoy Mickey, Donald, and every other character. You just need to be a kid at heart.
The world's first Disney park and each of the four Disney World parks in Orlando will be getting at least one new project over the next few years. Here, five upcoming park debuts that we're most excited about.
While there isn't currently a specific pet package (hint, hint -- they should create one), if you call to make your reservation, hotel staff will leave a special goodie bag in your room, chock full of dog treats and toys.
Artists spend two or three days, on hands and knees, meticulously creating elaborately detailed chalk and pastel paintings on an asphalt or concrete canvas -- only to have it washed away after they're done.
The eight North American and European properties herein all have suites and extras to accommodate kids, but offer starkly different settings and experiences. Poll the clan and make your choice.
Florida is a paradise for foodies who crave locally sourced, farm-to-table and fishing-boat-to-table fare.
Read on to discover five Florida islands and the pleasures you can enjoy on them, in every corner of the Sunshine State.
Visitors to Florida are snacking their way through the state's cities, visiting off-the-beaten-track eateries and learning about regional history and culture, thanks to the growing popularity of a new type of group sight-seeing -- food tours.
When the weather outside is frightful, Northerners flock to Florida to escape the cold. But with no white Christmas to mark the holiday season, you'll have to learn to celebrate like the locals.
With sun, sand, crystal-clear waters, fish and the perfect racing clay for my bikes, I love looking for that next adventure in Florida. Tallahassee, where it all comes together beautifully, I love you!
It behooves us all to take another look at the bravery, the agony, and the hope of that very different time, and do what we can to reabsorb its lessons.
Florida still holds a few sandy secrets, including these seven under-the-radar spots we Floridians would rather keep to ourselves.