Sites to Visit in Palm Beach on a Car Rental

Posted by on February 13, 2020

Palm Beach is located in Florida and is an incredible town to visit all year round. Today we present the five best places to visit in Palm Beach. As these places are spread around the town and not entirely easy to access by public means of transport, it is recommended to reserve a car in Palm Beach in order to be able to explore all the options more conveniently.

Clematis Street

Clematis Street is an incomparable musical environment in a historical street. The best option to get to this magical square from Miami is by car rental. The historic district of Clematis has restaurants, many galleries and shops, among many other amenities. Clematis Street, named in the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, has a total of 12 historic buildings. In addition, this street is famous for a free event known as “Clematis by Night”, held every Thursday, from 6 p.m. at 9 p.m. This is a series of open-air concerts with live performances by national, regional and local bands, at Centennial Square on Clematis Street. There is food from the city’s best known restaurants, drinks and an exquisite atmosphere.


The West Palm Beach Maritime Walk and the Meyer Amphitheater

A few steps from the famous Clematis Street is the West Palm Beach boardwalk, which with its three long public docks for parking boats is one of the most visited places in West Palm Beach. Across the street is the Meyer Amphitheater, which offers live music and a host of free family activities. This series of free concerts take place on the third Sunday of each month. There is an extraordinary green space perfect for picnics with many benches and tables.


CityPlace is the most european commercial center in South Florida. It is a very special outdoor mall that you can access by walking along historic Clematis Street or by driving there via a rental car in Palm Beach. It is designed as an Italian square with shops with old architectures, cinemas, spas, cocktail bars, galleries and different types of events. Sidewalk cafes create a very European atmosphere. It is one of the most charismatic shopping centers in South Florida.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, Celebrates Its Third Edition

This art fair presented by Art Miami goes from January 10 to 13, at Dixie Hwy and Okeechobee Blvd., in the very center of Palm Beach. It is becoming a meeting point for collectors and art connoisseurs. This year, in addition to the national and South Florida galleries, there are international galleries from Japan, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, Portugal and Venezuela. There are a total of 65 galleries. The atmosphere of this fair is always very refined, and at the same time cozy and attractive for all levels of visitors. More than 19,000 attendees visited the Fair last year, in a 65,000-square-foot pavilion, located between CityPlace and the Palm Beach Convention Center, on Okeechobee Blvd.

Norton Museum of Art

The Norton Museum of Art is the most international museum of Palm Beach and a must see if you go to Palm Beach. Founded in 1941 by Ralph Hubbard Norton and Elizabeth Norton. The Norton Art Museum is internationally known for its distinguished collection, which includes masterpieces of 19th and 20th century paintings and sculptures by European and American artists. Also, Chinese jade and bronze artifacts that are considered among the best in the world. The museum has free admission and is about 10 minutes away by car from the most bohemian neighborhood of Palm Beach, Northwood Village, which features from avant-garde art galleries to elegant restaurants and original shops, a perfect destination for urban adventurers. Northwood Village also organizes monthly community events such as “Art Walk,” “Food Truck Roll-In,” and “Art Night Out”.

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