Daytona – It’s not just Motors - TravelMole

Daytona – It’s not just Motors

Friday, Sep 09, 2022 0


The formation of Nascar in the USA will forever be associated with Daytona, Florida. From the very early days of running races half on the beach and half on road to the modern-day Daytona International Speedway which houses some of the most iconic races in the motor sport calendar the city will always be famous. You would however be mistaken to think that is all that is on offer, from glorious beaches, art, history, and entertainment to some of the best food in the sunshine state the modern Daytona is a must visit destination . We took the opportunity to chat with a local restauranteur who was born and has lived in the area all his life to find out more.


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