A tropical island city at the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys, Key West is both a tropical paradise as well as home of eccentricity and nonconformity.
Here you can do watersports, relax on the beaches, tour the historic sites and take part to the lively nightlife. Walking around you will spot the charming Carribean homes, signs of the presence of this vivid culture, and be intrigued by architecture, courtyards and gardens.
In Key West you can explore crystal clear waters with a diving, snorkeling or sailing expedition.
Mallory Square will certainly delight you with the view of a stunning sunset as much as a relaxing stroll down Duval Street will do. Along the most famous street of Key West you can grab a dring immersed in the mix of neon lights, drag shows, theaters, art studios and boutiques.
The quirky atmosphere that fills Key West can be experienced at the Hemingway House as well. America's most honored writer lived in this Spanish colonial house for about ten years with his second wife. Today, it is a museum where you can be charmed by the stories of the writer and see a few of the over forty cats that live on the site.