Weston, Florida, is a charming, swampland suburb of Fort Lauderdale, known for its large and affluent Venezuelan community. Weston is home to an 8,000 year-old Indian burial mound, located within Peace Mound Park. The Bonaventure Country Club is a gorgeous golf course open to the public. Grab a steak at the Bonaventure Grill, with spectacular views of the links, and an impressive wine and beer selection. Cigar aficionados should check out Smoke on the Water; Weston's premiere humidor.
Weston is located on the intersection of the Interstate 75 and U.S. Highway 27. The east side of Weston is dominated by a tamed swampland converted to residential suburbs, while the Weston Town Center boasts many hotels, shops and restaurants. The nearest airport is Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), about a 20-minute drive from the center of Weston.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood has flights across the United States, and to a limited number of overseas destinations, such as Panama City, while Miami International Airport (MIA), just a half an hour away, has flights all over the world.
Weston is blessed with mild weather all year round. Summers are kept cool by Weston's proximity to the coast, and the winters never get too cold. June is the wettest month, with an average of ten inches of precipitation.