Whether you drive or fly into Key West, one thing’s for sure: there’s simply no place quite like it. An island city of palm-lined
streets boasting Victorian homes, gingerbread conch houses and mansions on the National Register.
John Audubon and Ernest Hemingway lived here. One had a passion for preservation. The other, a great zest for living. And that combination gives Key West its unique personality. The moment you get on world-famous Duval Street, in Old Town Key West, you do more than feel the ambiance. You become a part of it.
Sure, Key West is drive shops and charter boats. And glorious sunsets. But it’s also a Bahamian Village. Historic Forts. Lighthouses. Theaters. Museums. Galleries. Festivals. Markets. Sidewalk cafes. Legendary pubs. Even Truman’s Little Whitehouse.
You don’t need a car. Tour the city on foot or by trolley. Mingle with some of the world’s most fun-loving characters. And find some of the best-made cigars and aloe products anywhere.
Key West is unique. And unspoiled. A feast for your heart and your soul. In short, if you’re planning on visiting Key West, plan on staying longer than anticipated.
For more information, please call 1.800.527.8539 or visit fla-keys.com/keywest.
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