With its grid network of canals, Fort Lauderdale is aptly nicknamed, “Venice of America.” Home to spring breakers, pleasure seekers, business travellers, and snowbirds alike, Fort Lauderdale has always been a popular spot for Canadians. Saunter down the Riverwalk and Las Olas Riverfront between Stranahan House and The Boward Center for the Performing Arts to experience F.L.’s booming arts and gastronomy scenes.
•Glide through Florida’s natural landscape on a boat tour of the Everglades
•Discover some of the last natural growth in South Florida at Flamingo Gardens, one of the state’s oldest botanical gardens
•See first-hand how this area has seen a renaissance of arts and culture in recent years by visiting the many museums, concert and opera halls, as well as historic buildings
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English Currency and exchange used in Fort Lauderdale The US dollar is the local currency. Most hotels have a money exchange office on site. Visa and Mastercard are the most widely accepted credit cards. ATM's are easy to find. Voltage in Fort Lauderdale 110V Vacation packing checklist Click here for a vacation packing checklists