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White sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, and a vibrant party scene--if you think these are Miami’s only lures, think again. Expect the most authentic Latin flavors, jaw-dropping natural beauties, magnificent estates, and mouth-watering foods that feed your culinary soul.


Sprawled across from the Everglades to Biscayne Bay, Miami is a coastal city and seat of Miami-Dade County. As a major resort, port, and business hub in southeastern Florida, Miami has the largest urban economy in the state, making a significant contribution in tourism, finance, film and TV, and transportation industries.


The greater Miami metropolitan area is comprised of several counties such as Palm Beach and Miami-Dade, and the city of Miami is the finance and culture core of it all. For tourists, popular neighborhoods to stay and visit include Downtown Miami (historic center), Little Havana (Cuban heart of the city), South Beach (first-class beaches and dining), Coconut Grove (upscale tropical vibe), and Wynwood (alluring art scene). Also famed for being the "Capital of Latin America," Miami has nearly 70% of its population being Hispanic, and Spanish has become the predominant language in many areas of the city. To experience this rich and energetic Latin vibe, visitors should explore Calle Ocho in Little Havana and party the night away in Club Tipico Dominicano. 


Miami has a colorful, exotic yet relatively brief history compared with many other parts of the country. Originally settled by the Tequesta Indians, then claimed by the Spanish in the 1500s, the area in which the city of Miami is situated didn’t develop into a relevant town until the 1800s when it became the county seat, and notable pioneers arrived in the region, such as William Brickell (known as the "Father of Miami") and Julia Tuttle (citrus plantation owner). Miami saw astonishing growth in the 20th century with constructions booms and waves of Cuban immigrants. Today, with a continuing vision of global economies, Miami has the largest concentration of international banks in the country.


Besides the beaches, shopping, and nightlife scene, Miami also has many cultural and natural wonders to surprise and amuse visitors. Be wowed by the spectacular Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, soak up the arty vibe at Wynwood Arts District, indulge in authentic Cuban sounds and tastes in Little Havana, and be one with nature on a boat tour of the Everglades National Park.


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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

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Kaseya Center

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4.7/565 Review
"Stadiums"
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Little Havana

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4.4/5139 Review
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4.5/591 Review
"Museums"
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Bayfront Park

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4.5/561 Review
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Downtown Miami

Downtown Miami

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4.3/541 Review
"Seashores"
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PortMiami

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4.4/559 Review
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Pérez Art Museum Miami

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4.1/523 Review
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Wynwood

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4.6/522 Review
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Calle Ocho Walk of Fame

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4.4/532 Review
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Toro Toro

Toro Toro

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"Open Late"
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Edge Steak & Bar

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Avg. USD43/person
"Seafood"
"Brunch"
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Toscana Divino

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"Western-style"
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Zuma Miami

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"Japanese"
"Spectacular Views"
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CVI.CHE 105

4.5/511 Review
Avg. USD41/person
"Latin American"
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Lulu

Lulu

4.0/52 Review
Avg. USD36/person
"Fusion Cuisine"
"Brunch"
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Level 6 Rooftop

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"Western-style"
Zeru Miami

Zeru Miami

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"Western-style"
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"Western-style"
"Spectacular Views"
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Mignonette Downtown

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Avg. USD58/person
"Seafood"
Lagniappe

Lagniappe

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"Bars/Bistros"
"Open Late"

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