If this is your first time in Key West, consider soaking up local sights and knowledge aboard the Conch Tour Train. The trolly tours take you past some of the most iconic sights in Key West like The Hemingway Home, the Southernmost Point and the Harry S. Truman Little White House. The best part? You can hop on and off as many times as you like – so feel free to spend hours marveling at the six-toed cats at the Hemingway Home before getting back on the train.
Key West: an idyllic slice of island paradise where locals aren't stingy about sharing the best spots to hang out and tourists aren’t just relegated to one main downtown square. Sure it's small – the best things to do in Key West are usually within a few blocks of each other – but this domestic vacation destination packs a punch with tons of fun activities (and no need to rent a car to get there).
If you’re willing to step off the main drag, Duval Street, and explore a little more of the island you’ll find there’s much more than just tourist traps and dive bars here. (Think: beaches and national parks located in the middle of the ocean and key lime pie worth writing home about!)
And like we said, don’t worry about getting around the island – hop on and off the trolly tours to see the best things to do in Key West or check out one of the many places to rent a bike and cruise the shoreline.
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