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Things to do in Key West

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Historical Monuments in Key West
Ernest Hemingway House
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The top 19 attractions in Key West

Islands in Key West
Key West
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Key West is the last island of the so-called Florida Keys and therefore the United States' southernmost point. To commemorate, they have placed a huge colored marker which reads "90 miles from Cuba" in the path of the [poi = 120 015] Key West Bay [/ poi]. The place itself is nothing special, just the marker, but it is a must for all visitors. If you go to Key West, I'm sure you'll end up snapping a photo like most other visitors here. I also recommend the [poi = 120020] Southern Cross Hotel [/ poi] for your stay in Key West.
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Historical Monuments in Key West
Ernest Hemingway House
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Between the years 1930 and 1940, Hemingway lived in Key West, a small island that offered the ambiance of Cuba but the safety of U.S. security. Now it is possible to visit the house where he lived, a two-story colonial mansion. We were surprised to find so many memories of Pamplona, ​​as statues of bulls, wineskins, etc ... The garden is also very nice, with a small pond, a bow for weddings, and a corner with the tombs of the cats that lived in this house.
Historical Monuments in Key West
The Southernmost Point of USA
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The southernmost point of Florida and the U.S. mainland. Just 90 miles from Cuba. After going through the long road of endless bridges one finally reaches the end, and there to remind you is a monument saying that you are at the southernmost point. The photo is a must.
Beaches in Key West
Key West Bay
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On these beaches, the sea is as hot as the sand. Situated close to Key West in the Atlantic Ocean and cordoned off in order to prevent sharks from entering the waters. Easy parking and services. Hopefully you manage to avoid the algae. It´s disgusting to step on them,.
Beaches in Key West
Fort Zachary Taylor Beach
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South of Key West is the Fort Zachary Natural Park, which is home to the busiest beach on the island. The white sand, though not as fine as it appears from afar, and the warm and transparent water, make it a pleasure to relax in the sun. The entire beach is also surrounded by palm trees, so it seems like an island paradise, instead of 1 minute from the city centre. A must-see beach ready to enjoy. They say that from here you can see the best sunsets in Key West.
Historical Monuments in Key West
San Carlos Institute
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The Liceo San Carlos Institute is situated in the heart of Key West. It is one of the most important monuments to be found, not only on this island, but also in the whole of Florida. It was founded in 1871 by Cuban exiles who settled in Key West. It was a school and at the time was the cradle of the Cuban independence movement. It was a meeting place for the Cuban independence movement in exile, led by Jose Marti and it is said that it was here that the campaign national liberation was organized. Martí called the center "La Casa Cuba". Today it is used as a museum, library, art gallery, theater and school. It is open for tours and various events are held here throughout the year. If you go to Key West, you must not kiss this monument.
Festivals in Key West
Fantasy Fest
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Although in Key West many people go to relax and watch the beautiful Bay of Key West, something not to be missed is the famous "Fantasy Fest". The most fun in the United States. People from across the States, especially the hippie generation of the 60s and a number of young "party goers" don't miss a beat. Those who are regulars at minube probably already know my fondness for writing about parties and document with photos and videos if possible. A Fantasy Fest, usually held in mid-October, is going to dance, dress up and do crazy things. Nothing more. It's a kind of prehalloween. The only party that can match across the United States is the Mardi Gras of New Orleans. The bars move onto the streets, which are full of people who walk from one side to another. One of the things that catches my attention is the style of clothes they wear ... Everyone is very sexy and some are semi naked with painted skin. There's an art there and I recommend you to try it. If you are not so bold as to paint a body part, at least do your face.
Museums in Key West
Key West Museum of Art & History
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The Key West Museum of Art & History depicts the charming spirit of Key West. It seeks to bring art to visitors and to promote and preserve their culture. It's impossible to not take pictures of the large sculptures. One of the most famous is "The Daydreaming" which represents a man dreaming of Matisse's Dance.
Streets in Key West
Duval Street
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Duval Street is the long main street in Key West, and here you'll find the city's most famous clubs, restaurants and shops. The atmosphere here is always festive, thanks to the abundant flow of tourists all year round. the wooden tourist tram runs between the wooden cottages and colorful, unusual buildings. At the end of Duval Street, turning towards the sea, you reach Mallory Square, the best place to watch the sunset.
Palaces in Key West
Old Post Office and Customshouse
The Old Custom House, an imposing building with red pitched roofs, is located a few hundred meters from Mallory Square among a cluster of quaint wooden cottages. It is one of the city's most important historical buildings and now houses the Museum of Art and History of Key West, where there is also a section dedicated to one of the most distinguished historical characters of the city: Ernest Hemingway. A few steps away is Mallory Square, famous for being a place for watching the sunset, and the street performers who come here every night.
Of Touristic Interest in Key West
Dawn in Key West
I'm more of a fan of sunsets, because I don't want to get up that early ... but I had understood that the sunrises in Key West were very famous, so when I was in Miami on business, I had to see it with my own eyes. I fell completely in love with this magical sunrise, with the beautiful color palette staining the sky. I think I used up my entire camera battery taking pictures! If you're traveling through this area, I urge you to set your alarm clock to catch the sunrise ... I promise you, it'll be worth it!
Nature Reserves in Key West
Dry Tortugas National Park
Dry Totugas island in Keywest
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Of Touristic Interest in Key West
Ryan's Boat
Nothing better that a sunset and sunrise on a boat in Key West!
Of Touristic Interest in Key West
Sebago Watersports
Not too loud music on board, reasonable number of passengers and friendly. Perfect for me!
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The best things to do in Key West

Are you thinking about visiting Key West? Perfect, because there's lots of
Key West activities to experience today! Key West (in Spanish, Cayo Hueso) is an island on
the southwestern tip of the Florida Keys, named in Spanish after the large number of human bones found there by the first settlers. The city is quite small, so it's best explored on foot or by bike enjoying its tranquility. Some of the things to see in Key West include Duval Street, one of the main arteries in the city which is also the busiest because most of the bars and terraces are found there. Then there's Southernmost Point, one of the
most photographed attractions
in Key West. It's a huge buoy that marks the southernmost point of the United States. At that point, where the waves hit hard, the state of Florida ends and the
desired
Caribbean begins. Another one of the essential Key West attractions is Hemingway's Home and Museum. In this huge mansion the writer, Ernest Hemingway, found the inspiration to write for over ten years.
If you're looking for things to do in Key West, the beaches are a good reason to visit the city. Fort Taylor Beach has clear water and is considered by many as the best beach in Key West. It's one of the best places to visit in
Key West
to watch the sunset.
But spending the day at the beach isn't the only stuff
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in Key West.