College kids have long come to Florida during the spring, enjoying a vacation from academia and escaping late winter weather. However, the term “spring break” was not popular until the 1950s, when large numbers of northern students began flocking to Fort Lauderdale, and to a lesser extent, Daytona Beach or Panama City. But Bernard Moran visited a place not usually on the spring break itinerary. He recalls how he discovered Palm Beach.
With swanky restaurants, en plein air activities and gold standard attractions popping up every minute, it’s no surprise Palm Beach County is in constant flux. That’s why we’ve assembled a curated, insider-approved list of some of the best things to do, drink, eat and shop right now.
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