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Places To Visit In Miami
Gleaming with spectral forests, three miles of sapphire-blue shoreline, and boulevards lined with pastel-hued Art Deco buildings, Miami is arguably America’s greatest beach destination. Nestled in southeastern Florida, this ever-changing city is always finding new ways to pamper travelers with brand new luxury shopping spots, sleek cocktail venues, glam dining areas, and colorful street art murals. Add to that consistently nice tropical weather for much of the year, and you have a beguiling jewel spiked on the Atlantic coast!
If you’re flying into Miami, the best option is to land at the Miami International Airport (MIA). Aside from getting a cab and renting a car, you can also use public transportation to get to the city center. A great idea is to take the MIA Mover —a free automated shuttle train that runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week — to Miami Airport Station, where you can take the Metrorail (Orange Line, Miami-Dade Transit) and get off at either metro station Government Center or metro station Brickell south.
South Beach: This trendy area in Miami Beach is set against the backdrop of celebrity-chef restaurants, pastel-colored buildings, and neon signs at the Art Deco District. There are and endless shopping options spread within Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road, just minutes from Ocean Drive.
Downtown Miami: A busy district where urbanites can visit the Bayfront Park, cruise on the sparkling fresh waters of Biscayne Bay, or explore the Brickell neighborhood, home to the Pérez Art Museum Miami and The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science.
Miami Beaches: Beach-babies who are seeking to enjoy Florida's endless summer can take off to some of the finest beaches in Miami, including Bal Harbour Beach, Sunny Isles Beach, and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, at Key Biscayne.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: This former villa is a must-visit with its perfectly landscaped gardens and picture-perfect Renaissance-style architecture.
Wynwood Walls: A colorful place where visitors can catch a glimpse of several open-air murals brought to life by world-class urban artists like OS Gemeos.
Deering Estate: A lavish 1920s-era property where you can go for a picnic or take a moonlight kayak tour.
Rubell Family Collection Museum: This museum displays one of the biggest private contemporary art collections in North America.
Venetian Pool: If you stick around for the summer, drive to Coral Gables and dive deep into the city’s spectacular public pool, which is fed with spring water from an underground aquifer.
Spring is a great time to visit Miami, especially from April through May. The weather is still warm — with temperatures ranging from 22 to 26ºC, and hurricane season hasn’t started yet. Plus, there are fewer rainy days, and crowd sizes will be smaller.
Jazz Festival in South Beach (January): A bustling festival featuring contemporary, Latin, and New Orleans-style jazz live performances.
Calle Ocho Music Festival (March): This Latin event celebrates features musical stages, international food stalls, and typical dances.
Art Basel Miami Beach (December): This event draws thousands of artists, art dealers, collectors, and enthusiasts to participate in one of North America's most important contemporary art fairs.
Sanguich de Miami: Try their Cuban sandwich, filled with mustard, roasted pork, baked ham, pickles, and Swiss cheese. A Florida staple!
Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop: Visit this place to grab a slice of Florida’s most iconic sweet treat: the Key Lime Pie.
Joe's Stone Crab: Between October and May, it’s stone crab season in Florida, and you don’t wanna miss the jet-fresh famous Stone Crab Claws at Joe's Stone Crab.
Versailles Restaurant: In Little Havana, make sure you drop by Versailles Restaurant and order their “Vaca Frita”, a succulent well-seasoned shredded beef served with rice and plantains.
Azucar Ice Cream Company: For dessert, head over to the Azucar Ice Cream Company to get a Cuban-inspired ice cream made with seasonal tropical fruits.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: Located in the Coral Gables area, this botanic garden is home to a bountiful collection of exotic plants, from Victoria water lilies to 7,000 Caribbean-native species.
Crandon Park: An 808-acre urban oasis with a waterfront promenade and a stunning two-mile beach for a sundowner.
Everglades National Park: Be sure to go for an airboat ride at the 1.5 million acres at the Everglades National Park, where little ones will be able to spot crocodiles, manatees, and dolphins.
Zoo Miami: There, kids will get face to face with elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, and other wild creatures.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science: A place where children can learn about the mysteries of the world while exploring a state-of-the-art planetarium and a three-level Aquarium.
Miami Children's Museum: At this museum, toddlers can experience hands-on playful exhibitions that will spark their natural curiosity.