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Daytona Beach, Florida is a small city located on the Atlantic Ocean side of the Floridia coast. It is a wildly popular tourist destination for people all over the world due to the beaches and NASCAR races. Tourists come to enjoy the sunny weather, the beautiful beaches, and many other things the city has to offer. The beaches in Daytona are famous for their hard-packed sand, which makes them excellent for vehicles for drive on. For this reason, Daytona has a history of automobile racing, and is home to dozens of races that take place throughout the year - the most famous of which is the Daytona 500. Naturally, Daytona is also home to NASCAR headquarters.
Dayton Beach is full of sights for everyone to enjoy. The aforementioned beach that made the city a popular tourist destination in the first place is obviously the most popular place for tourists to go. One of the many perks of the beach is that it is free. Other popular sights include the Howard Thurman House, which was the first home of renowned Civil Right Activist Howard Thurman, the Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, where free tours take place Monday through Friday, the Casements, which is the former home of John Rockefeller and has free exhibits on display, and Sun Splash Park, which is free and has several family-friendly things to do.
There are a number of historic neighborhoods in Daytona Beach for travelers to enjoy. In the past decade, there have been over a dozen districts added the National Register of Historic Places. These neighborhoods all have significant historic value for various reasons. Among them are the Bethune-Cookman College Historic District and City Island Ballpark, which is home to the historic Jackie Robinson Ballpark. Main Street Pier is another popular place for tourists to go while in Daytona Beach. The pier and boardwalk are home to a number of restaurants, shops, and amusement park rides. During the summer, there is also a free fireworks show every Saturday.
Part of what makes Daytona Beach such a popular tourist destination is all of the events that take place year after year. The most famous of these events is the Daytona 500 NASCAR race, which takes place in February of each year. There are also a number of other car races that are hosted in Daytona Beach, such as the Coke Zero 400, which takes place in July, and the Rolex 24, which is a sports car race. There are also several well-known bike races, such as Biketoberfest, which takes place in October each year.
Food and Dining
Being a coastal city, and with many tourists, Daytona is known for seafood. Daytona is home to many restaurants enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike. The Charlie Horse restaurant has an incredibly diverse menu, has a family-friendly setting, and serves everything from Alaskan snow crab to buffalo wings. Caribbean Jack's Restaurant and Bar is another local favorite. Located right next to a marina, the restaurant constantly has live musicians performing for the entertainment of their guests and they serve food that is inspired by the Caribbean.
There are many transportation options for visitors to take advantage of. The Daytona International Airport is located in the middle of the city and is next to the Daytona International Speedway. It has hundreds of flights that arrive and depart each week, so visitors have a variety of options when it comes to arriving and departing flights. Daytona Beach also has an efficient bus system, which is run by Greyhound Bus Systems. The buses in Daytona Beach also have routes to Jacksonville and Orlando. Dayton Beach is also easily accessible by car, as there are a number of highways that run through Daytona.
1 Categories averaged on a per-item basis.
2 Categories averaged on a per-day basis.
For example, the Food2 daily average is for all meals for an entire day, while Entertainment1 is for each individual purchase.
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