How to Visit Fort Lauderdale on a Budget


Fort Lauderdale Florida is a beautiful place to visit. The city is right on the Atlantic Ocean and has a canal that runs right through the middle of the city.

There are almost 200,000 people that live in the city. Try some of the suggestions below for visiting Fort Lauderdale on a budget. Even if you are on a budget, you can still experience the city and do a lot of fun activities that are cheap or free.

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Explore the Beach

There is a public beach right on the Atlantic ocean with many hotels near it. The beach is free to use and is kept very nice and clean.

Take a Cruise Through the Canal

Many different boats such as the one picture, The Jungle Queen, will take you on a cruise for as low as $40.

The water taxi pictured is also a great way to enjoy the water. Some will provide a show and a dinner.

Eat Outside

No matter where you walk, you will find a great place to eat outside. A majority of the more reasonably priced Fort Lauderdale restaurants have their menu posted outside of the establishment. This is particularly helpful in determining if it meets your budget. Most places to eat were between $7 - $15 per person.


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