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6 ways to enjoy a day in sunny St. Pete

Smiles and shoreline seem to sum up the Burg. Let’s find out why it’s such a jolly place to be.

The St. Pete Pier surrounded by water with blue skies above. There are some people walking around and palm trees lining the walkway.

The St. Pete Pier extends from Tampa Bay to downtown St. Petersburg. | Photo by @flyingphoenix

TBAY’s own St. Pete was recently ranked among the 15 happiest places to live in the country. But why did Outside Magazine include the Burg? Here are some ways to enjoy St. Pete:

Let us know why you love living in the Sunshine City.

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