Perhaps it’s the impossibly beautiful beach of Daytona Beach. Or maybe it’s the year-round sunshine, or of course, Orlando’s world-class theme parks. Even the most cynical are captivated by Florida. This piece of paradise is truly infectious.

The happiest place on Earth? When you consider Orlando’s enormous theme parks, its strong Floridian sun, its wildlife adventures and its burgeoning culinary scene, for many, it certainly is. Once you arrive in Orlando, it can be tempting to stay put – this city has more entertainments on tap than almost anywhere else in America. From Orlando you can reach our vacation home „Move Inn“ within an hour.

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But if you’ve got an extra day or two to add to your itinerary, you won’t regret driving beyond the city limits to discover more of what Central Florida has to offer. From white sand beaches to wild swimming spots, nature reserves to the oldest city in the US, it’s all within driving range – just keep an eye out for those gators.

Daytona Beach is one of the top East Central Florida destinations. Long a haven for bikers and spring breakers, the East Central Florida region has reinvented itself as a family destination with kid-friendly attractions, beaches and restaurants, as well as upscale resorts, boutiques and spas for adults. Though the races moved to Daytona International Speedway in 1959, the beach is where it all began. More than a century later, the sand is just as smooth, compact and driveable (look for access point along Atlantic Avenue). While you’re there, do the Daytona classics – surf the Atlantic, and take a thrill ride on „The Slingshot“ on the boardwalk – then check out the newer, colorific Ocean Walk Village for souvenir shopping and refreshments. Wherever you go in Daytona Beach, you’ll be reminded that NASCAR headquarters are here, particularly during speed-inspired events, such as the Daytona 500 (February) and the Coke Zero 400 (July). Other engine-inspired happenings include Bike Week (late February through early March) and Biketoberfest (October).