Florida City Maps
Located in the northeastern region of the United States, Florida is the 22nd most extensive and the third most populated state in the country. Miami is the largest city in Florida by population. According to a 2016 estimate, Jacksonville comprised a population of 880,619 inhabitants. Miami, with an estimated population of 453,579 (2016), is the second-most populous city in the state, while, Tampa stands at the third rank. Tallahassee, which is the capital of Florida, had an estimated population of 190,894 (2016), making it the seventh-largest city in the state by population. Lake Buena Vista, with a population of just 11 (2016), is the smallest city in the state by population. St Augustine and Pensacola are the oldest incorporated cities. Both cities were incorporated in 1822. Loxahatchee Groves and Grant-Valkaria, which were incorporated in 2006, are the most recent cities to be incorporated.
About Cities in Florida
Florida, ‘The Sunshine State’, has sub-tropical weather, amazing beach destinations, and a strong presence of the Cuban community, giving it a distinct character as compared to other states in the US.
Miami, located in the southeastern tip of Florida, is known for the Biscayne Bay, glamorous South Beach, cigar shops, and art deco buildings. Jacksonville, located in North Florida, is not only the most populous city in Florida but also the largest city by area in the contiguous US.
Tallahassee, the state capital, is located in the far north. The city of Orlando in central Florida houses quite a few attractions, including Sea World Orlando and Universal Studios.
Getting In and Around Florida, Miami International Airport and Orlando International Airport connect Florida with major international destinations. Interstate Highways I-4, I-10, I-75, and I-95 criss-cross the entire state. Cities in Florida such as Sanford, Orlando, Tampa Union Station, Miami, and Jacksonville are among the busiest stations served by Florida.
List of Cities in Florida