Key West

The farthest island of the Floria Keys is Key West, and it is closer to Cuba than it is to Miami. This island is popular among tourists for its spectacular weather, outdoor activities, and interesting people-watching. Imagine yourself sitting at a sidewalk cafe on a balmy summer evening, enjoying live street performances, spectacular seafood and gourmet Cuban cuisine. There is plenty of history to explore in the Keys as well: from a visit to Ernest Hemingway’s home to the Shipwreck Museum, there is a wealth of historical travia to absorb!

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