What Is The Distance Between Fort Lauderdale And Vero Beach?


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Approximately the distance from Fort Lauderdale, to Vero Beach, in kilometres is 172.16km which is the equivalent of 107 miles. If you where to travel by car averaging 60mph for the whole of your journey it would take approximately 1 hour and 48 minutes to travel from Fort Lauderdale to Vero Beach. Whilst if you where to fly it would take approximately 48 minutes.

Vero Beach is a city in Indian River County, Florida, USA. According to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2006 estimates, the city had a population of 16,939. It is the county seat of Indian River County. Vero Beach is a Principal City of the Sebastian-Vero Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is home to 130,100 people.

The city is divided by the Indian River Lagoon with the mainland on one side and Orchid Island, the oceanfront barrier island on the other. The island's population consists of a wide variety of incomes, including many second home owners and those living in upscale gated communities. Restrictive zoning has allowed the island to repel attempts to develop high-rise hotels and large commercial centers, so it maintains a quiet, residential atmosphere which appeals to a lot of people.

According to the World Almanac and Book of Facts, Vero Beach is at the eastern end of a demarcation line that separates Florida's climate into two zones. To the north, a humid subtropical climate and to the south a tropical climate. From Vero Beach, this line stretches straight across the state, with Bradenton on the western end of the demarcation line.

While Fort Lauderdale is a city in the U.S. State of Florida, on the Atlantic coast, it is the county seat of Broward County. The city is a popular tourist destination, with 10.35 million visitors in 2006 alone. Fort Lauderdale is sometimes known as the Venice of America because of its expansive and intricate canal system. It is named after a series of forts built by the United States during the Second Seminole War. The forts took their name from Major William Lauderdale, who was the Commander of the detachment of soldiers who built the first fort.
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