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Miami coastline
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Miami skyline at night
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Crandon Park Beach
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Nestled between Biscayne Bay to the east and Everglades National Park to the west, Miami, Florida is one of the Sunshine State's most vibrant, culturally diverse, and dynamic cities. Neon pink lights and tropical nights beckon you to this popular tourist destination, a favorite port for travelers on Caribbean and Trans-Atlantic cruises.

Miami’s expansive stretch of sand and sun is a beach-lover’s paradise. Lined with palm trees, Miami Beach and South Beach are excellent sites to soak up some Vitamin C, take a plunge in warm cerulean waters, and traverse the bay by boat. South Beach boasts amazing nightlife, including stunning rooftop bars with ocean views and vivid nightclubs. The LGBTQ community has contributed immensely to the city’s nightlife – several gay bars and drag clubs are some of Miami’s most sought-after spots for dancing. You’ll find the famous Art Deco district, with a delightful collection of vintage architectural masterpieces, mere steps from the sandy coastline.

A veritable melting-pot, Miami has been heavily influenced by Latin American culture. Visit the city’s Little Haiti and Little Havana neighborhoods to discover authentic Cuban and Haitian cuisine, colorful art museums, jazz bars, and robust brewed coffee. Revel in a savory bite of the classic Cubano sandwich, a staple in Miami.

Whether golfing, fishing, partying, or sun-bathing, sunny Miami, Florida has something for everyone!

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Art Deco District
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Art Deco District
Visit Miami's Art Deco District and step into days past. The vintage architectural style of this district makes it instantly recognizable and iconic, as well as a favorite stop for curious tourists.

View of Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Discover a gorgeous Mediterranean villa-turned-museum and lush greenery at the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, located in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood. The main house, built in the early 20th century, is a National Historic Landmark, welcoming thousands of tourists and students for educational tours of its well-preserved living spaces. Wander the grounds to take in the breathtaking beauty of blooming roses and the sprawling mangrove forests which line Biscayne Bay.

Miami skyline at night
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South Beach
South Beach is at the center of Miami's nightlife scene and home to some of the city's trendiest restaurants, bars, and shops. This neighborhood is a must-stop for any visitor!
Getting Around
In general, renting a car is strongly recommended for visitors to Miami in order to see its various attractions. Time your trips to avoid morning and evening rush hours if possible.

However, Miami doesn't always require a vehicle; the super-popular South Beach area is quite pedestrian-friendly and bike rentals are an especially pleasant way to see the sights!

Finally, taxis and app-based rideshare services do operate across the Miami area.