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German vacationers flock to SW Florida

In 2004, nearly 230,000 Western Europeans visited Lee and Collier Counties in Southwest Florida. A majority of these visitors are from Germany and many choose to come in the summer months when the snowbirds from the north are nowhere to be found.

The favorable Euro to Dollar exchange rate makes vacations in the U.S. very attractive to Europeans. Travel is easy and convenient with direct flights to Fort Myers from Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich.

The local real estate market has long been influenced by Germans that have elected to invest. To all who are currently here on holiday, we hope you find your own piece of Florida paradise.

European Invasion [Gulfshore Business]

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