Sarasota is filled with the quiet bustling energy of both locals and vacationers alike. Home to Siesta Key Beach, one of Florida’s favorite beaches, Sarasota continues to be one of Florida’s most beautiful destinations for spring break.

With it’s white sandy beaches, ocean view hotels, delicious restaurants, and exciting nightclubs, no one will be disappointed with this city's prime locale. Sarasota hotels range from the classiest The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota to oceanfront establishments in Siesta Key. The range of hotels and rates easily accommodates travelers and spring breakers on any budget.

Sarasota is also home to The Ringling, a breathtaking estate boasting over seven independent buildings, each with an intricate walkway system leading to the next attraction. If you’re looking for a more low-key spring break experience, the Ringling Museum of Art is a great place to start. With free admission each Monday, The Ringling is a great day-trip for solo travelers, couples, and families large and small. With a globally-curated fine art collection, historical circus museum, and beautiful gardens all within walking distance, both locals and travelers find themselves enjoying everything this extraordinary museum has to offer. 

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The food selection in Sarasota is as unique and diverse as the ocean-view sunsets. Take your pick of Latin-style cuisine, traditional American, or authentic Italian, and enjoy some of the freshest seafood around. Popular restaurants in Sarasota include Indigenous Restaurant, Brewster's Tavern, Evie's on Main and Duval's Fresh. Local. Seafood.

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