A pedestrian’s paradise
The very center of the city is compactly located within a radius of one square mile. Everything you need is within walking distance – bars, restaurants, grocery stores, art galleries, salons, coffee shops, a university, a beautiful waterfront, and more. The terrain is flat, very comfortable for walking.
Tampa is also an ideal city for cycling trips. If you don’t have a bike, you can use the new Bike Share Program, which lets you rent a bike for an hour.
Florida has beautiful weather for 7 months. Although it is very hot in summer, there is an excellent infrastructure of beaches, and air conditioning easily solves this problem.
The great news is that for 7 months of the year, the weather is just fine.
Here you will find a wide variety of museums. Here is the Dali Museum, which attracts people from all over the world. There are several fine arts museums, glass galleries, and museums for children.
The city is also home to many talented artists, and some of them work in art shops. You can watch them blow glass, sculpt with clay, paint, or create murals, you can not only see the final product created by these artists but also acquire a work of art by seeing it with your own eyes.
On any night of the week, you can find live music here, whether in the city center, on the beach, or somewhere in between.
Sushi, Latin American, Thai, Vietnamese, even for sophisticated gourmets – in Tampa you will find a restaurant for all tastes.
The first thing that catches your eye is that most restaurants in downtown Florida have outdoor seating.
If you are from Europe, it will remind you of the many sidewalk cafes that are so popular there. It seems that relaxing in a café by the road gives the city life and drive, and it is also very convenient during COVID 19.
Just walking by, you will already cheer yourself up, watching the many people on the street having a good time.
Here is probably the best beaches. You are in the Gulf of Mexico, where the water is turquoise blue, calm, and warm. You will love him so much that you will not want to leave there!
Everything here is local, and this gives the culture color, revives it. There is high competition among restaurants, so they must maintain a high standard to survive.
Beyond restaurants, Florida really appreciates the local culture, which is evident in the abundance of local craft workshops, artist workshops, mini-breweries, and more.
Drive to work
It’s amazing how much there is in such a small area. Even with so many people, businesses, and things housed in a small space, it’s easy to get around here on foot.
Pinellas County is the most populous county in Florida, you can imagine it will be difficult to travel here due to the heavy traffic. But its beauty lies in the fact that this city is built as a network with several passages to the north, south, east, and west.
This prevents traffic from accumulating on one road and makes it easier to move around the city. The biggest traffic jams you will see are on the I-275 ride to and from Tampa.
Here everyone will find something for themselves. You can find exactly what you need, from inexpensive but refurbished homes to coastal mansions.
Here are downtown apartments, 55+ communities, affordable townhouses, historic homes from the early 20th century, newly built modern homes, and more.
If you live here and plan to stay for at least a few years, it highly recommends buying rather than renting a home.
Aside from owning your own home, you can be smart about spending money and ultimately benefit from it.
Buying is not always the best option, however, much of the land in Tampa is prized due to the constant development of infrastructure and demand.
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