Thursday, May 14, 2020


Know all the places that you can visit in Miami and be amazed, you will not regret having visited it. Miami is a unique city, so much so that you will not believe that you are in the United States at times. Its Latin atmosphere will catch you and make you feel at home. The beaches of South Beach, with transparent water and white sand, will conquer you during the day. So take note so that on your next trip you have this new option to visit and meet, we begin ...

  •  South Beach

Known as SoBe by locals, South Beach is the most famous and most beautiful part of the city, so be sure to cross it off your list of places to visit in Miami. Kilometers of white sand, beach bars, beautiful houses of the art deco style beach watchers, shops and good restaurants await you. Be sure to walk along the well-known Ocean Drive, where vintage cars ride at any time of the day and where it is better to have your eyes open, there is always someone famous in the area!

  • Villa Vizcaya

This villa was the dream of magnate James Deering, who wanted to own a winter residence in the city and managed to open it in 1916. It is a 3-story Italian Renaissance-style mansion surrounded by manicured gardens next to Biscayne Bay. Its owner could only enjoy it for 9 years, since he passed away. However, it is now open to the public and houses Deering's imposing art collection located among the 34 spectacular mansion rooms. One of the highlights of the visit is the large stone barge that leads to the bay. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting places to visit in Miami.

  • Miami Museum of Art

The Museo de Arte de Miami or Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is one of the places of interest in the city. Located in front of Biscayne Bay, in the beautiful Bicentennial Park, the museum building is already a work of art. It was designed by famed architects Herzog & de Meuron and is one of the most photographed buildings in Miami for its beautiful vertical garden. Inside you will find more than 1800 works of art by artists from around the world produced from the middle of the 20th century to the present day. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting places to visit in Miami.

  • Little Havana

Little Havana is Miami's Latin Quarter and, as you must have guessed from the name, home to a huge Cuban community. One of the most interesting things to do in Miami is to walk along the so-called Calle Ocho, where you will feel that you are walking down a street in Cuba (saving great distances, of course). In addition to typical food restaurants, where you can taste a good Cuban sandwich, you can visit cigar shops, see how the oldest veterans gather to play dominoes in a small park (Domino Park) and, obviously, have a mojito. If you plan to go sightseeing in Miami during the month of March, you should not miss the huge street party in the neighborhood. The celebrations are in style!
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden

In the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden you will find more than 33 hectares of gardens with all kinds of exotic plants and trees. This magnificent place was founded by one of the world's explorers and collectors of plants, David Fairchild, in 1938. Some of the most impressive places are in Palmetum Montgomery, the Alameda, the Vine Pergola and the Amphitheater. Strolling and knowing a little more about our flora in this botanical garden is one of the best things to do in Miami.

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