Sometimes Fort Lauderdale becomes a city of scale to other destinations. The scales are sometimes only a few hours, however there are occasions that extend for a day or even more. A lost day? Not at all! There is a lot to do and get to know in Fort Lauderdale in just one day.
You can walk and enjoy the breeze. The pier opens at 6:00 a.m. It has a cost of $1 for visitors and $4 if you want to do fishing. In this link you can see more information about this destination.
A couple of hours after being on the pier, you can head south and make a stop at the iconic statue of the Barefoot Postman. Continue south until you reach Inlet Park and Marina in Pompano Beach to have a beautiful view of the Hillsboro Lighthouse.
Pompano Beach North Ocean Park
Water sports lover? Mid-morning you can surf, kiteboard and much more in Pompano Beach. The beach is public and is open from 9:00 a.m. at 4:45 p.m.
After relaxing for a while on the beach you can go to Anglin’s Square for lunch and overlooking the ocean before our next stop.
Bonnet House Museum and Gardens
If you enjoy contemplating the beauty of flowers (especially orchids) and art, this place offers you from a museum, a beautiful garden and a world-class orchid greenhouse. You can have more information about this place in this link.
Last stop: Hollywood Beach Broadwalk
At the end of the day we can take a walk along the paved 2.5-mile brick road that runs from North Beach to Jefferson Street. After making a few purchases and ending by having dinner at one of the many available options and enjoy some of the outdoor concerts that take place almost daily in this place.
We recommend you to rent a vehicle from Economy Rent a Car as soon as you get off the plane and do this route with greater comfort. You can book it directly on our website or by calling +1 (754) 312-2938.