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Welcome to Miami. Famous for being a spring break haven and offering a perfect blend of sun, sea, and sand - Florida's most famous city knows how to have a fun time. Art, architecture, and easy access to the wilder side of the Everglades and the beauty of Biscayne Bay balance out a stay in Miami. With a wealth of tropical hotels dotted around Miami Beach, and South Beach style making living a luxury, Miami is an all-holiday mood. Along with kicking back on bone-white sands, you can explore the art in the Design District, dance and dine in the heady Downtown area, and embrace a life of leisure with ample opportunities for exploring botanical gardens, teeing off with a round of golf, and sailing the teal seas.
Slung across the shore, Miami isn't a concentrated area so visitors looking to explore life beyond the beach will need to opt for a car or take public transport. One of the most popular spots that visitors flock to is the South Beach area, travelers will also want to hit the historic offerings, shops, and galleries of Miami's Downtown or Wynwood districts. Highways connect every corner of the city but for those not looking to drive, the Metrobus or the trolley bus are available which include routes to some of the popular spots of Biscayne, Coral Way, and Wynwood.
Things to do
Miami's beaches are a blaze of candy shades. From the white sands to the aquamarine waters and the paintbox parasols alongside swaying palms, there's a beach to meet every mood. 12 miles of sweeping sands give ample choice for sunbathers. South Point Beach is one of the most diverse stretches with locals and tourists alike indulging in the delights of Nikki Beach Club or picnicking in the oceanfront park. The beaches near Ocean Drive are young and vibrant, Crandon Park boasts signature Keys-like scenes, and the historic Virginia Key Beach Park is all kayaking, hiking, and easy access to the wetlands.
Soak up South Beach
With shops, bars, and beach bliss, South Beach is synonymous with Miami style offering art deco architecture, glitzy hotels, restaurants and bars. Along with art museums, the famed tourist strip of Ocean Drive, and the bohemian Espanola Way, this area is abounding with some of the best Miami hotels. The Miami Beach Botanical Garden can also be found here with its native plants and peaceful escape from the buzzing scenes.
Explore the Art Scene
Wynwood and the Design District offer an area filled to the brim with street art adventurers and cultural adventurers. From new names to well-known hands, Wynwood is considered one of the coolest haunts in the whole of Miami. Art lovers hop from gallery to gallery and won't want to pass up a visit to the Rubell Museum to see the striking private collection divided into 40 different galleries.
Famous for its nightlife, Miami knows how to keep revelers entertained after hours. From rooftop sunsets and cocktails to speakeasy jazz clubs, salsa dancing or backyard bars, Miami never fails to inspire. Music, microbreweries, live bands, and luxury lounge scenes can be found across the city.
Discover Art Deco Style
Architecture lovers will fall hard for the art deco style that puts Miami on the map. 1930s elegance lines the strip of Ocean Drive making for a movie scene set. Pastel shades, bright blue pools, and whimsical touches look ever alluring against the backdrop of soaring palm trees.
Dine on Global Cuisine
The mesh of cultures makes Miami a glorious gastro delight. From cutting-edge cuisine to Cuban flair favorites and neon bright taco stands, vistiors can tantalize a thousand different tastes in the city. Restaurants can be found on every corner and even the hotels along Miami beach's front boast signature restaurants that never fall short. There's a certain creativity that crosses borders and boundaries when it comes to the foodie scene in the Magic City.
While Miami has many mesmerizing attractions, beaches, bars, and restaurants to keep you more than entertained, there is life beyond the beach. When you have had your fill of sunbathing and swimming, trips to the Everglades, bike tours of Biscayne, mangrove paddles, and the dazzling Keys are all within striking distance.