Key West is a popular US hot spot for people of all ages and is a frequent port of call for ships embarking on Caribbean cruises. The island is about 2 miles wide by 4 miles long and takes the form of a coral inlet that stretches southward all the way to Miami, Florida.
Many famous people have lived in Key West and most have left their mark here, in the form of museums, restaurants and hotels.
Key West is a mix of entertainment venues and is home to a wide variety of artist types who sell their wares around the Mallory Square area, where all the cruise ships dock. Mallory Square is a place where both residents and visitors alike gather to watch the sun set. Here you’ll also find a wide array of entertainment, including street jugglers, musicians, food vendors and clowns.