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Fort Lauderdale is located in Florida, about 25 miles north of Miami. It's Broward County's county seat and biggest city. According to 2019 census bureau estimates, the city has a population of 182,437 people. With an average year-round temperature of 24.2 °C, the city is a renowned, popular tourist destination and the world's Yachting Capital. There are as many reasons to visit Greater Fort Lauderdale as there are sun and palm trees. This South Florida region has 300+ sunny days each year, giving tourists and residents plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature, boating, varied neighborhoods, events, activities, and distinctive only-here specialties that help distinguish Greater Fort Lauderdale.
It's easy to spend a day at the beach with smooth beaches, beachside promenades, and seaside shopping and eating. Due to its pleasant year-round temperatures, the Atlantic Ocean is constantly attractive to stand-up paddleboarders, scuba divers, snorkelers, jet skiers, and families. There are other thrills on land, although they are not necessarily "dry." The Greater Fort Lauderdale Ale Trail allows you to sample the craft brewers. Enjoy the outstanding "wine and dine" scene, which combines international tastes, local favorites, and chef-centric brilliance.