Located on the quieter side of Key West, this tropical-style resort offers complimentary scheduled shuttle service to Duval Street as well as shuttle service ...
Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico from the western edge of Duval Street, this Key West resort adjacent to Mallory Square provides prime sunset viewing from its ...
Key West is the southernmost city in the Continental United States, and is also one of Florida's top vacation destinations. Whether you head down to the Keys to do some scuba diving at the Vandenberg Wreck site, or you are looking to explore history at the Harry S. Truman Little White House, you will enjoy the city's laid-back vibe. Each year, Key West hosts the Conch Republic Independence Celebration on April 23 and Robert the Enchanted Doll Day on October 24.
One of the city's most popular areas is Duval Street. The area is a home to many small art galleries and unique shops. From high-end shopping to local eateries that serve great food, travelers will enjoy an afternoon spent strolling down this eclectic street. It takes about 10 minutes to get from the downtown area to Key West International Airport (EYW) by car, though bus routes also serve the neighborhood.
Key West enjoys warm weather throughout the year with an average high of 75 degrees during January. August is the warmest month when temperatures in the high 80s. During the Civil War, Key West's Fort Zachary Taylor was a key outpost for the Confederate States. Today the site contains a large selection of Civil War era cannons.
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