Discover Pensacola, where you can enjoy historic downtown attractions, great food, museums, world-class beaches, also known as Nashville Beach. Pensacola is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, Santa Rosa Sound and Pensacola Bay to the north, and the Gulf of Mexico National Coast to the east and west.

Driving 65 South for about 6 hours will make it easier to get there. It’s perfect for summer vacation as it has a lot of fun for all age groups.

What should I do:

Pensacola offers something rich Downtown.. Take a walk along Parafax Street with great restaurants, historic sites, boutiques and galleries. Just a few of the best places to check out are the colonial archaeological trails that showcase the history and archeology of Spain, England and the United States in the heart of downtown Pensacola.Located in the same area African American Heritage AssociationEmphasizes the history, heritage and culture of African-Americans in northwestern Florida.Also, in downtown, there is the Pensacola Museum Pensacola History Museum, This is the beginning of a historic 1-mile walkway. Check out the Kina House Museum, Pensacola’s oldest building, built in 1810. Architectural styles range from the Mediterranean to French Creole, Folk Victorian and Classic Revival.

National Naval Aviation Museum The actual display of military aircraft should be an awe-inspiring place for visitors.There is interactive space flight simulator And even a replica of the atomic bomb “Fat Man” dropped on Nagasaki provides visitors with a deeper understanding and understanding of aviation history.Visit Fort Pickens and hopefully Blue angels..

Stretch before heading to Pensacola LighthouseAfter climbing the 177 steps, you can marvel at the view of the bay. The lighthouse, built in 1859, is located at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

Another way to enjoy the view of the bay is with a sunset cruise.Climb on Pensacola Bay City Ferry Enjoy a relaxing cruise in our comfortable covered accommodation.For some water activities, consider going jet skiing Laguna.. There is also a new zipline, the longest zip rail in the region.

What to eat:

There are so many great dining options, especially for fresh catch lovers.The recommended spots are: Cafe Nora To satisfy Cajun’s thirst. Start with a blue crab cake or BBQ shrimp New Orleans style. The best fish ever (in my opinion, of course) is Sugi, and Nora is one of the few spots you can find it.

Nick’s Boathouse Another stunning spot, it offers a wonderful and favorite ocean atmosphere in the Gulf. If the fresh prey is red fish, use bronze. In other words, it turns lightly black. Boom Boom Shrimp Tacos are fun. Whiskey jaws Another great beach bar to hit. Get started with coconut mahi mahi nuggets. Not a seafood dish, but another must-have is a slowly cooked rib with strawberry guava barbecue glaze. Then relax in Ultimate Pina Colada and chill with fresh pineapple, blue chair bay pineapple rum cream, pineapple juice and real coco.

Where to stay:

Courtyard by Marriott Pensacola Downtown Great options, convenient, comfortable and incredibly helpful staff. And just across the street from Marriott is one of the best Irish pubs. McGuire.. Enjoy a festive mood while enjoying great pub dishes such as shepherd’s pie, bangers (such as sausages) and mashed potatoes, as well as classic Irish dishes.

Additional activities:

Pensacola Blue Wahoos Game

Enjoy the scenic turquoise waters as the background of the stadium. Great dining option while watching the game.

Glow paddle

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