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About Daytona Beach

May it be the hanging out at the beach all day, or sitting in the stands at the Daytona 500, Daytona Beach's variety of activities can be fun, but overwhelming. With nicknames like “The World's Most Famous Beach” and “The Spring Break Capital of the World”; you know that you are going to have the best time of your life during your vacation to Daytona Beach.
 

Climate

It should surprise no one, since Daytona Beach is located in Florida, that Daytona Beach is the place to go any time of the year. In the summer, the average daytime temps are in the 80s and low 90s while in the evening, it can cool down to near 70 °F. Thanks to its subtropical climate, the warm and dry season is usually during the months of December to February and the average temperature is 65 to 70 °F and nighttime lows are near 50 °F. If you are worried about hurricanes or tornadoes bringing your vacation to an abrupt end, Daytona Beach's risk for being hit by either is significantly lower than other major vacation destinations in Florida or surrounding areas.
 

Transit

To help make your vacation road rage free, Daytona Beach offers trolleys and busses to get around with ease. Known as VOTRAN, you can hop on and off at different locations do do some sightseeing, shopping, dining or just taking in the sites. The busses and trolleys are also outfitted with bike racks, so you don't need to worry about bringing the bike onboard as you head to your destination. If you prefer to drive however, it is very easy to get around Daytona Beach, depending on what time of the year you are visiting.
 

Food & Nightlife

With the Atlantic Ocean just feet from many restaurants, fresh seafood is a major staple of anywhere you eat. Daytona Beach also boasts a number of Italian, Asian and Mexican inspired establishments. One type of dining that should not be missed is the microbreweries that can be found. For such a small area, Daytona Beach currently has 7 microbreweries where you can grab a pint of locally crafted beer and some delicious food as well. The downside? Microbreweries rarely bottle and sell their products, so you are only able to get their beers on site. Make sure you visit places like New Smyrna Brewing Company, Ormond Brewing Company and Odd Elixir Meads while visiting.
 
If you are a night-time person and want to party, Daytona Beach offers an overwhelming array of bars, clubs and nightclubs. One club that is ...

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Top 10 Activities in Daytona Beach

Top 10 Activities in Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach offers much more than just the namesake NASCAR race. Visit this Florida hotspot for beaches, culture, and entertainment. Here are the top 10 things to do in Daytona Beach.
 

Daytona Beach

Known as one of the most famous beaches in the world, Daytona Beach should be your first stop when you visit this area. It stretches for an impressive 23 miles and is always busy. Park your car right on the beach, which is open 24 hours a day. The parking fee is $5 per day from February to November.
 

Daytona Beach Boardwalk

After a relaxing day at the beach, have a blast at the Daytona Beach Boardwalk. The whole family can have hours of fun here with the Sand Blaster roller coaster, a Ferris wheel, bumper cars, and classic arcade games. Don’t miss the fireworks on Saturday nights throughout the summer.
 

Daytona Lagoon

The fun doesn’t stop beyond the boardwalk. The Daytona Lagoon features fun activities for the whole family, including laser tag, a ...

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Three Day Itinerary: Daytona Beach

Three Day Itinerary: Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach combines sun and sand with exhilarating attractions for the perfect blend of beach relaxation and action-packed fun. Take in the city's top highlights with this family-friendly itinerary that includes a little something for everyone.
 

Day 1: A Thrilling Look at Daytona Racing

You don't have to visit during a major event to get a taste of the rich racing culture for which Daytona is known. Visit the Daytona International Speedway for a guided tour, and check out the inspection area, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garages, and International Speedway Corporation Archives. You can even come face-to-face with the track's 31-degree banked turns and step up on the Gatorade Victory Lane.

Indulge your racing interest further with a stop at the Living Legends of Auto Racing Museum of Racing History. Admission is free, but call ahead to make sure this volunteer museum is staffed. If you miss the museum, you can still pay homage to racing greats with a stroll by ...

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