Title: 100 Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale Before You Die
Author: Christana Lilly
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
From a boggy riverfront outpost to Spring Break mecca and a world-class city in South Florida, Fort Lauderdale has taken on many identities in its history. But something that has never changed is its eclectic nature that has lured families, outdoor enthusiasts, and well-heeled travelers to the Venice of America. 100 Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale Before You Die offers an insider’s look at all the best ways to make the most of your next vacation.
Visitors can order a Dom Perignon breakfast at The Floridian on bustling Las Olas Boulevard, kayak through the mangroves, enjoy the New River’s waterfront mansions by Water Taxi, indulge in contemporary art at the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, watch the mermaid show at the storied Wreck Bar, take part in the area’s annual traditions like the Winterfest Boat Parade—and that’s just the beginning. As a seasoned journalist who has lived in the Fort Lauderdale area for more than a decade, including being a regular contributor for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Visitors & Convention Bureau, author Christiana Lilly leads readers through the city’s historic landmarks, dining gems, quirky shops, and culture scene that makes the city so special.
Whether you’re a born-and-raised Fort Lauderdale resident, spend your winters here, or are in town for the weekend, 100 Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale Before You Die is a comprehensive guide to the Venice of America.