Characterized by quaint sidewalk cafés, bricklined walks and six blocks of unique boutiques, shops, art galleries and dozens of excellent restaurants along Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison Street, the pedestrian-friendly environment is the perfect place to enjoy South Florida. Just minutes from the beach, the downtown district is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the backdrop for year-round festivals, street markets and entertainment.
Feed your hunger for the arts at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Here, modern art exhibitions and progressive dance and musical performances reflect Hollywood’s devotion to the creative spirit.
If it’s nightlife you crave, nobody does it better. Get a taste of South Florida’s international music and culture that include live jazz, blues, rock, Latin and R&B.
In the heart of Downtown, the ArtsPark at Young Circle offers a vast, 10-acre playground for people of all ages.
Hollywood’s oceanfront Broadwalk offers miles of car-free enjoyment. Walkers, runners, bicyclists and rollerbladers set their own pace on this path, which is bordered by six miles of Hollywood’s famous coastline, boutique hotels, charming shops, cafés and places to eat facing the ocean
Once renowned as the definitive party capital for students on spring break (at least for those not off to Mexico), Fort Lauderdale has shaken off its beer-swilling image and graduated into a …
Technically a barrier island connected to the mainland by a series of bridges, Miami Beach is nevertheless a city all by itself. It has stood as one of the premier beach resorts in the United…