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St. Augustine: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour with Museum Entry

1. St. Augustine: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour with Museum Entry

See historic St. Augustine on a guided hop-on hop-off trolley tour. Listen as your conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and stories. Find out about the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the country at the St. Augustine History Museum. Enjoy a full 90-minute tour on the trolley or have the freedom to hop-on and hop-off at any of the 22 stops. Avoid getting through traffic or having to find and pay for parking. Let your conductor take care of navigating for you. Relive the story of the first settlement in North America as you see Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fort built in the 17th century. See the famous spring that Ponce de Leon which is deemed the Fountain of Youth, where you can actually sample the water. Explore the site of the first mass in America at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. Experience early St. Augustine as you tour Old St. Augustine Village, which features houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. Admire the Gonzalez-Alvarez House, the oldest documented colonial house in Florida which was lived in by British, Spanish, and American colonists. Immerse yourself in the 500 year history of the city as you view the exhibits at the St. Augustine History Museum.  There are 22 Stops conveniently located close to many places of interest in St. Augustine: 1) 167 San Marco Ave: Old Town Trolley Tours of St Augustine, The Old Jail, Oldest Store Museum Experience, St. Augustine History Museum, Gator Bob’s Trading Post, Spice & Tea Exchange 2) 10 W. Castillo Dr.: Visitor Information Center 3) 31 Orange Street: Potter’s Wax Museum, Old Drug Store, Tolomato Cemetery 4) 1 St. George Street: City Gates + St. George Street (historic walking mall), Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse 5) 20 S. Castillo Dr: Colonial Quarter, Pirate & Treasure Museum, Castillo de San Marcos 6) 6 Avenida Menendez: Bay View at the Best Western, Shipwreck Museum 7) 39 Hypolita Street: Hypolita Street and St. George Street, Columbia Restaurant 8) 38 Sevilla Street: Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church + Grace United Methodist Church Ancient City Baptist Church 9) 81 King Street: Villa Zorayda Museum 10) 80 Cordova St: Lightner Museum, Flagler College 11) 112 Riberia Street: St. Augustine Distillery 12) 146 King Street: San Sebastian Winery 13) 139 King Street: Whetstone Chocolate Factory 14) 38 Cathedral Place: Plaza de la Constitucion, Government House, Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine 15) 22 St. Francis Street: Oldest House, Fernandez Llambias House 16) 111 Avenida Menendez: St. Augustine Marina, Schooner Freedom, The Black Raven Pirate Cruise 17) 1 S. Castillo Dr.: Castillo de San Marcos National Monument 18) 19 San Marco Ave: Ripley’s Believe It or Not! 19) 27 San Marco Ave: Old Town Trolley Welcome Center 20) 101 San Marco Ave: Mission of Nombre de Dios, Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche 21) 137 San Marco Ave: The Old Senator + Villa 1565 22) 11 Magnolia Ave: The Fountain of Youth

Key West: Old Town Trolley 12-Stop Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

2. Key West: Old Town Trolley 12-Stop Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Enjoy the sun, charming setting, and clear waters of Key West on this Old Town Trolley Hop-On Hop-Off Tour. This tour covers the entire city. You can avoid the trouble of driving and parking in a new place. The trolley tour is also designed so that you can hop-on and off and explore on your own, on any of the 12 stops. Your ticket is valid for all day, so you can tour at your own speed. There are frequent pick-ups at all of the 12 stops so you’ll never have far to walk. And our Old Town Trolley conductors will be there to guide you through this tropical paradise on one of the distinctive orange and green trolleys. There are 13 Stops conveniently located close to many places of interest in Key West: 1) 400 Wall St: Mallory Square1a) Whitehead/Caroline St: Presidential Gates2) 280 Margaret St: Mac’s Sea Garden3) Corner of Greene/Simonton St: Simonton Row4) 430 Duval St: La Concha Hotel5) Whitehead/Petronia: Bahama Village6) 2400 N. Roosevelt Blvd: Fairfield Inn7) 3840 N. Roosevelt Blvd: Roosevelt Station8) 3755 S. Roosevelt Blvd: Hampton Inn9) 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd: East Martello10) 1500 Reynolds St: Casa Marina11) South/Simonton St: Southernmost Trolley Stop12) Corner of Truman/Duval St: Truval Village13) Corner of Angela/Duval St: Angela Street Depot

Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

3. Miami: Little Havana Walking Food Tour with Lunch

Venture off the beaten path on this walking tour of Miami’s Little Havana, taking an edible route through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Learn about traditional Cuban cuisine, eating your way along Calle Ocho as you stroll. Designed for locals and visitors alike, you will uncover the area’s rich history and culture, tasting Cuban recipes that have been handed down through generations. Meet local artists, watch cigar rollers, and peek in at Domino Park. Taste a Cuban classic at a true Cuban institution. Learn about Mariquitas and Malanga Frita. Enjoy chicken and picadillo stuffed plantain cups. Step into old Cuba and try guarapo juice at a family-run fruteria. Sip a café Cubano, crafted by the most talented barista in town.

Wynwood Art District 1-Hour Street Art Tour by Golf Buggy

4. Wynwood Art District 1-Hour Street Art Tour by Golf Buggy

Climb aboard a golf buggy and get close to murals in out-of-the way corners of the Wynwood Art District. See more than you would on a walking tour and keep cool from the breeze on your face! Benefit from the services of a driver/guide so that you can concentrate on taking photos. Pause at notable landmarks and avail of the chance to ask for specific stops for closer looks at the urban art. Discover stunning works by masters of the genre, such as Shepard Fairey, Retna, DFace and Interesni Kaski. Explore the underground graffiti world of local artists and get tips on secret restaurants, craft beers and which galleries are the best to visit.

Miami: South Beach Golf Cart Tour

5. Miami: South Beach Golf Cart Tour

If you want to see South Beach, Miami, with half of the hassle, this golf tour is for you. Your guides will lead you down the most famous "SoBe" locations, along with your their own favorite hidden gems. Your street-legal, shaded golf cart will guarantee the most exhilarating yet comfortable way to get around. You and your guests will cover 5 times as much ground, and learn everything there is to know about the area. SoBe your guide will be a professional, knowing the area and preparing a wonderful overview of the area. Have your cameras ready, as you will stop by gorgeous, tropical views that you’ll want to capture. You will uncover decades of art, rich history, and a variety of fun facts on your SoBe Miami golf cart tour.

West Palm Beach: Downtown Food Tour

6. West Palm Beach: Downtown Food Tour

Taste the flavors of South Florida as you experience 5 restaurants in 1 day on this walking tour in West Palm Beach. Feel like a VIP as you meet chefs and restaurant owners who take time to chat with you, and even taste a dish that's been featured on the Food Network. Along the way, your guide will keep you entertained with crazy stories about the city's past and give you plenty of opportunities to capture photos of colorful street art. Learn about the history of key lime pie as you savor the best one in town. At the end of the day, you'll feel like a local, and you'll have a long list of restaurants you'll want to return to.

Key West: Southernmost Food and Cultural Walking Tour

7. Key West: Southernmost Food and Cultural Walking Tour

Celebrating the Cuban and Caribbean influences on both food and culture, enjoy a 3-hour guided small group experience. Visit 5 different locations, carefully chosen to help you check off those "must try" dishes that Key West is known for. Enough for a hearty lunch, tastings are served from locally adored eateries, unique "hole in the walls", and family-owned ethnic restaurants. Discover the spots that the locals frequent to eat, drink and discover the island. Between tastings, explore the island’s different cultural neighborhoods and rich history through the generations. Your knowledgable local guide will share stories of the local industry, Key West's colorful past, and historical landmarks. After the tour, explore Old Town with confidence and take advantage of recommendations on restaurants, attractions, entertainment, and cultural offerings. You'll also receive a collection of exclusive recipes, ensuring that you can enjoy memories from this tour for many years to come.

Key West: Old Town Secret Food Tour

8. Key West: Old Town Secret Food Tour

On our Secret Food Tour: Old Town Key West, we'll walk far from the tourist traps of Duval Street to show you the real city and its best food. After our two first delicious bites we take a leisurely walk and explore the history and culture of the city. You'll learn the stories of Key West's luck with affluence and how treasure ignited this tiny island into a global destination. Enjoy tropical soups, mouth-watering appetizers, gourmet tacos, exclusive island sweet treats and lots more. Plus there’s our amazing Secret Dish that you can only find about it on the day!

Key West: Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour

9. Key West: Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour

Celebrate Key West's diverse and abundant local fruits of the sea. This 3-hour guided small-group experience stops at 6 tasting locations, each carefully chosen to give you an eclectic view of Key West's best restaurants along the historic seaport. Enough for a hearty lunch, tastings are served from adored local eateries, tucked-away hidden gems, and a fisherman-owned seafood market. This tour will allow you to bypass the Duval Street tourist traps and go straight to the spots that the locals frequent to eat, drink, and discover the island. As you stroll the charming side streets and docks, you will experience the island’s seaport, as well as the rich industrial history which has transformed through the generations. Your friendly and knowledgable local guides will share stories of local industry, including the colorful past and historical landmarks. Following the tour, you can explore Old Town with confidence and take advantage of recommendations on restaurants, attractions, entertainment, and cultural offerings. You'll also receive a collection of exclusive recipes, ensuring that you can enjoy memories from this tour for many years to come.

Miami: Wynwood Arts District Walking Tour

10. Miami: Wynwood Arts District Walking Tour

Explore the 2 seemingly incompatible worlds of Miami's Wynwood Arts District on a guided walking tour. See modern graffiti and street art that resulted from the area's urban blight, and pass galleries housing the fine art of high society in just a few blocks. Rising above its history of race riots and gang violence, Wynwood has welcomed artists from Miami and around the world. The area is an astonishing incubator of diversity and art, and your walking tour will take you through the streets that make this community so special. Pass galleries, such as Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art, where work by acclaimed artists such as Andy Warhol, and contemporary street artists like Shepard Fairey can be seen. See many of the street murals, including works by David Walker and Interesni Kazki. Learn about the artists behind these cultural masterpieces and their individual techniques. Chat with your guide about the changes in the area, from the metamorphosis of individual walls to the transformation of buildings and businesses. Hear about the development of the area from its riot-scarred recent past to present-day gentrification. Ask questions about any and everything discussed, and get recommendations for further exploration, or on where to eat and drink in the area. Get a new appreciation of the Wynwood Arts District and its vibrant cultural scene.

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It was really an incredible experience. There were 9 different foods offered-empanadas, Cuban coffee, Cuban sandwich with mojito, 3 different pastries, Cuban fresh pressed sugar water, and churros. If you had certain meat dietary restrictions they accommodated with different meats or veggies for the empanadas or sandwich. For gluten free, they gave cassava fries instead of empanada, fried plantains instead of sandwich, and they did have one GF cassava flour pastry. The other pastries and churros were not substituted. I will say the experience was worth it even if you have to Skip a food. We also visited a cigar shop and heard a lot of history about Little Havana. The one thing I would adjust is to make it longer. 2 hours felt rushed. There was SO much food it was too much. And as soon as you’re done, you’re walking. There is no time to sit and enjoy and digest. 15 minutes to scarf a Cuban sandwich and mojito is not enough.

The tour was visually amazing and our guide, Ivory and Sara were knowledgeable (Sara is one of the amazing mural artist) and gave us a lot of information we would not have gotten on our own! I have a greater appreciation for this type of art and amazing creativity and storytelling behind it.

The tour was excellent. Our tour guide Mariela was very nice and knowledgeable. The food was very good as well. I would do this tour again and would recommend it to anyone visiting Miami.

No time to do everything on the tour. But the tour is great and if you pick the activity you want to get to and do the all-around loop you will be able to do that.

Aimee is knowlegable, friendly, engaging and down-to-earth. This gave us a good overview of Little Havana and options to explore on our own.