Tampa, Florida

The largest city in Hillsborough County, Tampa sits along Tampa Bay on Florida's Gulf Coast. A popular destination that offers all that is needed for a high quality of life, the city is home to a plethora of activities, events, amenities and more, all of which contribute to what make this city a popular and sought-after place to live. Tampa's economy thrives on a number of different industries: tourism, agriculture, construction, finance, health care, government, technology and the port of Tampa. With a low cost of living, and hundreds if not thousands of local amenities and public services, residents find Tampa extremely livable.

Being a large metropolitan city, Tampa offers a number of activities, events, professional sports, outdoor recreation and more. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and the Florida Aquarium are largely popular with both residents and visitors alike. The city has a number of museums for a multitude of interests (the Museum of Science and Industry, Henry B. Plant Museum, Tampa Museum of Art, and more), a number of amusement parks, the Botanical Gardens, and for those looking to be outside, Tampa is known for its public parks, the Tampa Riverwalk, and the many classic Florida beaches. Although the city is known for its hot, humid and muggy climate, there is no loss of excitement in this compact and easy navigable metropolis. Primed for activities, events, and social gatherings, families, couples and singles alike have access to anything and everything they could want or need.

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