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Updated: Historic Old Seven Mile Bridge Reopens in Florida Keys

The historic Old Seven Mile Bridge has reopened in the Florida Keys so residents and visitors can once again enjoy cycling, walking, running, rollerblading, watching sunrises and sunsets and easily visit Pigeon Key. 

What’s New in the Florida Keys & Key West for Winter 2022

Winter in the Florida Keys is sunny, breezy and typically offers the warmest winter weather in the continental United States. The 125-mile-long island chain is particularly popular with visitors for its wide-open spaces, on-the-water activities and picturesque scenery framed by warm turquoise waters.

Hidden Foodie Favorites Flavor the Florida Keys & Key West

In the Florida Keys & Key West, fresh seafood is a must for just about every meal and, with the abundance of fish and seafood in Keys waters, it’s no wonder the island chain’s indigenous cuisine relies on it. Keys restaurants range from gourmet hotspots to dockside seafood “shacks” and trendy food trucks where guests can choose from a wide variety of options.

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