National Florida Day is celebrated every year on January 25th. The twenty-seventh state has always attracted many tourists. It is here that you can completely immerse yourself in the atmosphere of fun and relax, forgetting about noisy metropolises and gray cities. In Florida, golden beaches stretch, dense forests turn green, and the weather never ceases to please with pleasant forecasts.
Approximately 14 thousand years ago, the peninsula was inhabited by Native Americans. This is evidenced by numerous archaeological finds. At the beginning of the XVI century. a Spanish traveler arrived in Florida and began to explore. In his works, he noted that most of the land was covered with flowering meadows and fields.
Florida is the first region of the United States to be settled by Europeans. French and Spanish settlements, African refugees met here. It was under British rule in the 18 century, and a hundred years later became part of the United States of America.
- In total, there are 10 large and beloved theme parks in the United States. 7 of them are in Florida. Tourists tend to get there, despite the high demand for tickets and their cost. The world-famous Walt Disney World brought the greatest fame. Not only children, but also adults want to visit the amazing fairy-tale world.
- Almost 75% of the total number of oranges grow in Florida.
- The state is home to a man who bears the name Harry Potter. He has nothing to do with the famous wizard, but he gained no less fame. Curious travelers regularly visit his home, seeking to uncover the secret of an elderly man who only dreams of peace.
How to celebrate
There is nothing better than a spontaneous vacation. Pack your things, buy a ticket for the next flight and go on an adventure. The perfect plan will only get out of control if there are too many unresolved issues at home. In this case, it is better to postpone the trip, carefully study the Florida guides and identify the most interesting sights to visit. Pick the perfect time to hit the road.
When is National Florida Day celebrated in 2024?
National Florida Day is observed on January 25 each year.