If you're not in Daytona for the cars, you're there for the beach. Enjoy the most comfortable temperatures from March to May.
Held every February, the Daytona 500 is considered by many to be the most important race in NASCAR.
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You'll have to climb up 203 steps to get to the top, but the arresting views of Daytona Beach and the Ponce Inlet are well worth the trek.
Though vehicles have a designated driving area, always be on the lookout when strolling along the shoreline.
Looking to score a big catch while in Daytona? Consider a visit to the Sunglow Fishing Pier. Even if you're not much of an angler, you can still spot some spectacular sunsets from this vantage point.
If you look closely at the clock face, you'll see the dial spells out "Daytona Beach."
The Museum of Arts and Sciences is one of the most popular museums in the city thanks to its diverse collection of art. Pieces hail from locales as farflung as China, Cuba and Africa.
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Along the Daytona Beach Boardwalk you'll find rides, snack shacks and street performers.
A view of the winding steps you'll have to climb to reach the top of the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse.
Explore the shoreline's 23 miles and see why Daytona earned the nickname of "The World's Most Famous Beach."
Head to the beach before sunrise for some peace and quiet — cars aren't allowed on the sand until 8 a.m.
Thanks to the hard-packed sand at Daytona Beach, vehicles can easily traverse the shoreline.
It may be pricey, but Daytona Lagoon is a great place to keep the kids entertained.