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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Explore Fort Lauderdale. Plan your visit to Fort Lauderdale with official tourism information on hotels, restaurants, tour packages, and more from the SITE OF THE Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau:

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Cruise Ship - Port Everglades, a Cruise Capital of the WorldTake a Cruise! Port Everglades, one of the largest ports in North America, and a “Cruise Capital of the World” is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

For general information on Cruising from Fort Lauderdale, check out the Port Everglades website. See your travel agent or websites for the Cruise Lines to book your Cruise from Fort Lauderdale.

For a list, with contact information, of some of the Cruise Lines that sail from Port Everglades, see Cruise Lines on the Port Everglades website.

To search for Cruises out of Fort Lauderdale by Departure Month and Destination, check out the website.

See also the site to search for Cruises.

Within Driving Distance North of Fort Lauderdale. Within easy driving distance north from Fort Lauderdale is Palm Beach County, with more sights to see in beautiful Boca Racon and Palm Beach, Florida. For more information, see Discover Palm Beaches, Florida, the official tourism office for Palm Beach County, Florida.

Drive farther north (about three hours drive from the Fort Lauderdale area), to visit Orlando and the famous Disney World, Epcot Center, and more. See the Orlando Convention & Visitors Bureau for information.

Within Driving Distance South of Fort Lauderdale. Within about 38 miles south of Fort Lauderdale, you can explore beautiful Miami, Florida, with its unique Hispanic culture and flavor, and famous South Beach, with its glittering night life. See Greater Miami and the Beaches Convention & Visitors Bureau for information.

Drive farther south, and explore the scenic Florida Keys, and historic and beautiful Key West. For information, see The Florida Keys and Key West Tourist Development Council.

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More About Fort Lauderdale

Learn about the history and economy of Fort Lauderdale, in this video by the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society.
100 Years of Fort Lauderdale »


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