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SEA LIFE Orlando Aquarium
8449 International Drive
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Madame Tussauds
8387 International Drive
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LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
1 Legoland Way
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Florida Beaches

For those who like sun and rest in front of the sea, these beaches are the best!
Tucked between Madeira Beach and Indian Shores, North Redington Beach and Redington Shores are about as under-the-radar as it gets. The two beach communities make up over a mile of broad beachfront flanked by gorgeous emerald Gulf waters. While the beaches here never really draw crowds (despite their natural beauty), these towns are home to some great restaurants and cafes. Enjoy
Redington Shores
Tucked between Madeira Beach and Indian Shores, North Redington Beach and Redington Shores are about as under-the-radar as it gets. The two beach communities make up over a mile of broad beachfront flanked by gorgeous emerald Gulf waters. While the beaches here never really draw crowds (despite their natural beauty), these towns are home to some great restaurants and cafes. Enjoy
Anna Maria Island Florida is affectionately known as The Island in the Sun and is Florida's best kept secret. With average Gulf temperatures of 84 degrees and 360 days of sunshine a year, the waters around Anna Maria Island are known as the nursery because of the large number of dolphins that raise their young here. While walking or dining on the beautiful beaches of Anna Maria Island or the surrounding coast, it is not uncommon to see dolphins at play. With the island's laid-back charm and quiet, unhurried life, speed limits are restricted to 25 mph – 35 mph on most parts of the island. This tropical paradise also offers free trolley service for tourists and residents with island tours from 6am to 10:30pm and leaves every 20-30 minutes.
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Anna Maria
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Anna Maria Island Florida is affectionately known as The Island in the Sun and is Florida's best kept secret. With average Gulf temperatures of 84 degrees and 360 days of sunshine a year, the waters around Anna Maria Island are known as the nursery because of the large number of dolphins that raise their young here. While walking or dining on the beautiful beaches of Anna Maria Island or the surrounding coast, it is not uncommon to see dolphins at play. With the island's laid-back charm and quiet, unhurried life, speed limits are restricted to 25 mph – 35 mph on most parts of the island. This tropical paradise also offers free trolley service for tourists and residents with island tours from 6am to 10:30pm and leaves every 20-30 minutes.
Madeira Beach is a charming Gulf of Mexico located adjacent to St. Petersburg along Florida's western coastline. The city is known for its two-mile pristine white sand beach and lovely historic John's Pass Village, which is home to a visitor boardwalk and more than 100 shops and restaurants. The beautiful Intracoastal Waterway borders the city's shoreline, setting a great atmosphere for viewing stunning colorful sunsets.
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Madeira Beach
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Madeira Beach is a charming Gulf of Mexico located adjacent to St. Petersburg along Florida's western coastline. The city is known for its two-mile pristine white sand beach and lovely historic John's Pass Village, which is home to a visitor boardwalk and more than 100 shops and restaurants. The beautiful Intracoastal Waterway borders the city's shoreline, setting a great atmosphere for viewing stunning colorful sunsets.
Situated on a sun-drenched peninsula separating Tampa Bay from the Gulf of Mexico, St. Pete/Clearwater, with its 56 kilometers of white-sand beaches and lively cultural scene, offers a supercharged getaway in paradise. To enjoy a taste of refreshing Gulf breezes and fiery Florida sunsets, head to Clearwater Beach. Looking for more sugar sand, old Florida vibes or untouched natural beauty? There’s a beach for every mood in St. Pete/Clearwater
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St. Pete Beach
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Situated on a sun-drenched peninsula separating Tampa Bay from the Gulf of Mexico, St. Pete/Clearwater, with its 56 kilometers of white-sand beaches and lively cultural scene, offers a supercharged getaway in paradise. To enjoy a taste of refreshing Gulf breezes and fiery Florida sunsets, head to Clearwater Beach. Looking for more sugar sand, old Florida vibes or untouched natural beauty? There’s a beach for every mood in St. Pete/Clearwater