Hollywood is nestled on the east coast of Florida, right in between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. In recent years, this city has become one of the most visited cities in Florida. As its name tells that it is the backbone of the Hollywood Industry while movie stars don’t charm the palm-lined alleyways of its scenic Downtown area.
The downtown area of Hollywood experiences tons of travelers and celebrities every year. This area is characterized by picturesque sidewalk bars, cafes, Sox blocks’ antique boutiques, brick-lined walks, shops, dozens of dining options, and art galleries right on Harrison Street and Hollywood Boulevard; this laid-back environment is the ideal place to amuse with the beauty of South Florida. This area is nationally registered as the most historic site of the city and is the backdrop of perennial festivals, entertainment, and street markets.
This south Florida gem has 27 square miles of amazing Atlantic shore, enticing travelers to enjoy an amazing day on soft and soothing sand. This city has many aesthetic beaches like Hollywood Beach, which has white powdery sands with emerald seawater, Hollywood Beach Boardwalk that stretches almost 2.5 miles along with the shore town of the similar name, Arts Park at Young Circle, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel, Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, and many more.
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This city also welcomes a number of travelers each year and offers amazing places with tons of fun-filled activities to do. Anne Kolb Nature Center is 1,501 acres area offering Mud Flat trails, Lake trails, South Trail, and Fishing Pier trails. With shimmering sun and the brightest blue skies, this city didn’t need any brightening. The Downtown Hollywood Mural Project offers an amazing place to see the spectacular sights of outdoor murals collections. You can also spend your day at Charnow Park, which is the epicenter of fun.