Before taking in a Latin dance show, Cuban theme party or Latin theme party, salsa enthusiasts should take the time to check out the many attractions in Sarasota.
Spend the day at the Ringling Circus Museum where there is lots to see and do.
The miniature circus is absolutely amazing and you can get breathtaking views of the water from the Ringling's winter home, Ca d'Zan. The guided tour of the art museum is also unmissable.
What's the point in having a tropical Caribbean climate if you can't go to the beach? This area has some beautiful stretches of sandy shoreline, none more appealing than the public beach at Siesta Keys.
Powdery sand, clear water and breathtaking sunsets all add to the appeal. Salsa fans won't want to miss this chance to soak up the sun.
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St Armand's Circle by Lido Key is a great place for salsa dancers to check out the shops.
There are more than 100 specialty boutiques as well as plenty of places to sit with a drink, take in the beachside views and soak up the sunshine.
While you're waiting for Latin music, Cuban music, bands and salsa dancing, take a day to explore the outdoors in Sarasota.
Spot the flamingoes, birds of prey and reptiles at the Sarasota Jungle Gardens, and take the chance to pet an alligator.
The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens features a children's learning center, a mangrove forest and a beautiful old home with art on display. If you want to enjoy a panoramic view of the area, try the Myakka Canopy Walkway which takes you through the treetops.
The Myakka River State Park itself makes a great day out for the whole family, with a wide range of outdoor activities.
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