Port Everglades

Port Everglades
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Port Everglades is located in Fort Lauderdale, which sits between Palm Beach and Miami. It has the best of both worlds, the chic vibe of Miami and the gorgeous nature of Palm Beach that blend nicely in this charming tourism spot. The port itself is known as one of the busiest one in North America with more than 3 million passengers pass through each year.

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Port Everglades – A Great Tourism Spot and Busy Port

For decades, Fort Lauderdale has been associated with raucous and wild spring breaks of college kids. But nowadays, thanks to the effort of the city leaders, the wild parties have been toned down and Fort Lauderdale is more recognized as a classy destination with lots of luxurious accommodation. Including Trump International Hotel and Tower, Ritz-Carlton, W Fort Lauderdale hotel, and much more.

Cruise Port

At Port Everglades, cruise ships have to share with commercial shipping traffic. It’s a huge complex that’s highly guarded. The cruise terminals are located at the Northport and Midport sections. There is no snacking or shopping facility within the port except for some vending machines, but the port itself is very sophisticated.

Nearby Attractions

Fort Lauderdale is famous for its urban beaches, these are really something you can’t miss when visiting this area. Between the ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, you can find lots of souvenir shops, bars and various eateries. For more shopping and dining you can go to Las Olas Boulevard. Many of these dining places also provide live music.

If you want to experience the Vegas-style entertainment, you’ll find it at Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino. There are Vegas-style slots, poker games, and all kinds of entertainment including various dining that you can enjoy until 3 am during the week and non-stop on weekends.

Other attractions you can find here include the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, Morikami Museum and Japan Gardens, Jungle Queen Riverboat, Sawgrass Mills, and many more.