Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee is Home to the State Capital

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The Historic Capitol, built in 1845 is an architecturally and historically significant building, having been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The state capitol building is located at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway and Monroe Street in historic downtown Tallahassee.

Tallahassee has Old Florida Charm

Tallahassee Oak Canopy over RoadLining the streets of this historic town are Live Oaks. These oaks are a large spreading tree that grow in sandy soil. Their limbs go out horizontally for long distances without breaking off, creating a huge canopy. Live Oaks often support other plants, like Spanish Moss, which hangs down and gives the trees a striking appearance. Back in the day, when there were dirt roads and horse drawn carriages, the locals realized the temperature was about 25 degrees hotter in the sun, so they planted these trees along the main roads which are now tiny 2-lane paved roads. You can drive under these beautiful trees in the shade for miles on end. It's a unique feature to the area.

Special Activities in Tallahassee

Florida Caverns State Park, This is one of the few state parks with dry (air-filled) caves and is the only state park in Florida to offer cave tours to the public.

Guided Tours and Ghost Tours, Ride or walk while learning the history of Tallahassee. Ghost Hunters will be interested in the Historic Ghost Tour, held annually in October, and available year round with advanced booking. Tallahassee has a number of allegedly haunted houses and sights that can be visited independently. This includes the Old City Cemetery on North Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, which contains many 19th century graves, including the resting place of an alleged witch named Elizabeth Budd Graham.

Tallahassee Historic District

Downtown Tallahassee's Lively Building is another spooky locale that used to be home to a rough, late 19th century watering hole called The Leon Bar. Rumor holds that former cowboy customers still haunt the building, located at the corner of Monroe Street and College Avenue. For a Ghost Tour in nearby Monticello, The Big Bend Ghost Trackers offers a Cemetery Tour with Ghost Hunt.

Historic Neighborhoods, A handful of historic districts are within walking distance of the State Capitol. Adams Street is one of the main streets running north/south through downtown Tallahassee. Years ago a portion of the street next to the Florida Capitol complex was developed into an area known as the Adams Street Commons. There are numerous restaurants and shops located on the winding street and special events such as street dances and festivals are held here. Other sites of interest include, Gallie's Hall, The Park Avenue Historic District, The Knott House Museum and Tallahassee's oldest building, The William "Money" Williams Mansion.

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Florida Vacation Destinations

Select the Region for Your Perfect Florida Beach Vacation

The Panhandle

Visit the Florida Panhandle

Tallahassee is the state capital of Florida and home to many universities and colleges. The beach nearby offers endless stretches of fine sandy beaches, with hardly another person in sight. Destin, Panama City Beach and St George Island are quiet resort towns. St. George Island has a reputation of having one of the best State Park Beaches in Florida. It is the favorite destination of the local residents who live nearby.

Northeastern Florida

Visit St. Augustine FloridaJacksonville is centered on the banks of the St. Johns River, and it's beaches are all located on an unnamed barrier island. Jacksonville is also an international seaport, handling millions of tons of cargo every year. On nearby Anastasia Island is historic St Augustine Beach, with nearly 5 million visitors arriving there every year. Farther north is Amelia Island, which has has over 13 miles of beautiful sandy beaches.

Central Florida

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Daytona Beach is a popular "Spring Break" destination, usually during the first 2 weeks in March. Annual NASCAR events at the Daytona racetrack means visitors come all year round. Nicknamed the Space Coast, Cape Canaveral is where U.S. spacecraft are regularly launched. Other local attractions include New Symrna Beach, and Titusville. Over 8,000,000 tourists come each year to Daytona Beach, it is one of the few places in the world where it is permitted for one to drive a car on the ocean beach.

Bathtub Beach near Orlando is a favorite of families

Orlando is best known for theme parks, over 51 million visitors come each year to Orlando, making  Orlando one of America's most visited cities. Nearby Kissimmee is known for baseball, hosting spring training for the Houston Astros, and other amateur sporting events. Haines City and Lakeland have beautiful historic districts, with Lakeland having the largest on-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the world.

Tampa Bay Gulf Beaches

Sanibel Island is a shelling paradiseTampa Bay  is well known by sporting fans due to it's many sporting complexes and arenas, but it's Gulf beaches are some of the most popular destinations for travelers from all around the world. These beaches are world famous with pure white sand and gentle surf, they are also some of the best kept beaches in the United States. The Gulf side beaches stretch miles down the gulf coast from Clearwater, to St Pete, then Anna Maria Island, down to Sarasota. Nearby Sarasota is Siesta Key, which has a reputation of having one of the best beaches in the world.

South Florida

Sanibel Island is a shelling paradiseFort Myers was originally established in the 1800's along the Caloosahatchee River. Visitors to Fort Myers historic downtown enjoy waterfront dining and entertainment. Sanibel and Captiva are both barrier islands. Captiva Island was split off from Sanibel Island by a hurricane nearly one hundred years ago. These two islands are reknown for their beautiful beaches, abundant shells and wildlife refuges that cover half of Sanibel Island. Nearby Marco Island is the largest barrier island within the Ten Thousand Island chain along Florida's southwestern coast.

MiamiMiami was originally inhabited by native American Indians for more than a thousand years. Today it is home to International Banking, and the most western edges of the city extend into the Everglades, a subtropical marshland that include cypress swamps, and the mangrove forests of the Ten Thousand Islands. Miami Beach is a combination of both man made and natural barrier islands and has been known as a resort hotel destination since the late 1900's. North of Miami is Ft Lauderdale, nicknamed the "Venice of America," it is a major yachting center, with thousands of restaurants and nightclubs.

Bahia Honda State ParkThe Florida Keys were created from ancient coral reefs that begin about 15 miles south of Miami and extend in an arc westward to Key West, and the uninhabited Dry Tortugas Islands. Key West travel on the Seven Mile Bridge. On the east end of the Seven Mile Bridge is Marathon, a major sports fishing destination, it's bountiful reefs around Marathon make it popular for diving, snorkeling, and spearfishing.

Puerto Sagua

Authentic Cuban food experty prepared and served quickly.

700 Collins Avenue
33139 Miami Beach , FL
Phone: (305) 673-1115

Bella Bella

It is a reasonable restaurant which specializes in Italian cuisine.

123 East 5th Avenue
32303 Tallahassee , FL
Phone: (850) 412-1114