Walking around Miami

Who I am
Joel Fulleda
@joelfulleda
SOURCES CONSULTED:

wikipedia.org, lonelyplanet.com

Author and references

Index

  • Little Havana
  • South Beach
  • Art Decò
  • Venice
  • Biltmore Hotel e Venetian Pool
  • Coconut Grove

Located in the southeastern tip of the United States, Miami it is one of the most fascinating and vital cities in the world, a destination for many tourists and a land of Latin American and Caribbean immigrants. Miami is especially loved by young people for its beaches, its waves, its colors and its climate.


Here are some of his main attractions, absolutely unmissable if you were walking around the city:


Little Havana

The Cuban neighborhood of Little Havana, not recommended for safety reasons at night, during the day is the perfect place for its colors, its people and its Caribbean atmosphere. Here Latin American music is at the top. The neighborhood is home to the Museum of the Cuban Arts and Culture and Museum of Science, which cannot really be renounced.

South Beach

One of the biggest attractions in Miami are its beaches, first of all that of South Beach, super crowded especially by singles inspired by the desire to socialize. The promenade that runs parallel to the beach is the heart of the city during the day, a meeting place for young people and sportsmen including many beautiful surfers. Here the watchword is fun: in the morning on the beach and in the evening in the most famous clubs and party-goers on Ocean Drive.

For the most spendthrift and fashionistas, there is certainly no shortage of boutiques in which to make crazy purchases. The recommended way is the Lincoln Road.

Art Decò

Architecture always has a certain charm and Art Deco style is at home in Miami. The pastel colored buildings with a strong character will catch your attention especially between Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue. At night, the play of lights and colors will leave you breathless.



Venice

It is a series of islets connected by 12 bridges. From the Venetian Caseway, the most famous of the 12, you can admire a splendid and enchanting panorama.

Biltmore Hotel e Venetian Pool

This Hotel, located in the neighborhood of Coral Gables, deserves to be visited. Its intricate history of mysteries and ghosts arouse the curiosity of many tourists.

For the little ones, and not only, it is worth spending a day at the Venetian Pool, one of the most beautiful outdoor pools in Miami, surrounded by greenery and with water that comes directly from an artesian well. This is also the ideal location to take some great photos.


Coconut Grove

The Coconut Grove neighborhood represents the historic district of Miami, today a refined residential area with a strong artistic impact, characterized by buildings in red tile, tiles, mosaics and wrought iron. Crowded with restaurants, clubs and hotels, it is one of the most visited places in the city. Here you will find the Peacock Park, a very busy park and the Dinner Key, the tourist port of the city.


To fully enjoy the attractions that the city offers, save time and get super discounts on attractions, there is a Pass, called Go Miami Card and it is also possible to book several tour to choose between cruises on the bay, panoramic flights and much more, to fully experience the city.

To learn more, visit our section on Miami.


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