All that’s left now is to choose a destination, and if you have your mind set on Tampa, Florida, we may have some of the most basic information for you, so keep reading!
About Tampa, Florida
Tampa, Florida is located on the west coast of Florida and is the third largest city in the state. There’s a dispute over the etymology of the town’s name. Many historians claim that the meaning of the word “Tampa“ stands for “sticks of fire“ in the language of a Native American tribe, Calusa. That name might be a reference to the weather conditions in Tampa, as there are numerous lighting strikes during summer. A town full of friendly people boasts with being home to the oldest restaurant in Florida. It’s called “The Columbia“ and it has been in Tampa since 1905.
Tampa, Florida has a subtropical, humid climate. However, due to its location, it has some of the characteristics of a tropical climate. Summers are hot and humid, as it is usual in this area, with frequent thunderstorms. On the other hand, winters tend to be mild and dry. High temperatures during the whole year are somewhere about 70 to 90°F and low temperatures in between 52 and 76°F.
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