Situated in the airport, in Miami, this hotel is close to Curtiss Mansion, Grapeland Water Park, and Miami Springs Golf Course. Also nearby are Miami Jai Alai ...
This nautical-themed beachfront resort has direct beach access and is less than 4 miles from Bal Harbour Shops, 6 miles from Aventura Mall, the Art Deco District, ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Curtiss Mansion and Miami Springs Golf Course. Miami Jai Alai and Grapeland Water Park are also ...
This retro-style South Beach hotel is 1 block from the boardwalk and ocean, 1 block from the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall and the convention center, and 2 blocks ...
Located in the heart of Miami, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Magic City Casino and 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Miracle Mile. Coral Gables Museum and Grapeland ...
This quiet bay front property located on an island between Miami and Miami Beach allows quick access to South Beach, downtown Miami, Miami International Airport, ...
Some cities are famous for their theater and art. In Miami, the entire city is a canvas and its residents all performers in one extravagant cabaret after another. Whether you're watching bronzed bodies on Miami Beach or copping sensory overload in Little Havana, you'll have front-row tickets to an unforgettable show.
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Miami, home to some of the best beach resort establishments and party locations in the world, is ideal for vacations anytime. The hurricane season comes between the months of June and November, and if you choose to book Miami vacations during this time, it is highly advisable to check the weather forecast regularly and obtain good travel insurance. The summer months offer the best in pricing and accommodation for Miami travel, and ensure a fun beach vacation with fun in the sun.
Sunbathers and beach explorers alike will enjoy the Virginia Key Beach, conveniently located adjacent the Miami Seaquarium.
When traveling through downtown Miami, take advantage of the Metromover. Not only does it come at no expense to you, but you will also be able to savor the ideal picturesque locations.
From concerts and disco parties to comedy shows, Miami offers you the best nighttime entertainment. Try out Chalk at Washington Avenue and the Blackbird Ordinary at Southwest First Avenue.
Miami caters to an international palate from Michy’s Restaurant, which offers a quaint selection of comfort Mediterranean food, to a fine-dining gastronomic expense at Tantra Restaurant & Lounge, located on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Biscayne National Park of Miami is the last living tropical reef reserve standing in the continental U.S and is home to a rare collection of coral reefs with a myriad of fish species.
History is filled with stories of what men have done for love – and many monuments to those actions remain. While it's no Taj Mahal, the Coral Castle is one such remnant. Jilted by his fiance, Latvian eccentric Edward Leedskalnin emigrated to Miami and spent 28 years building a monument to his lost love from stone and coral. Legends abound about his superhuman powers, as it is said he moved chunks of stone as though they were weightless.
For a walk (or ride) on the wild side, a trip to Florida's famous Everglades is a must on any Miami vacation. These subtropical wetlands are home to a host of critters, including fish, birds, snakes, the Florida panther and alligators. Visit an alligator farm to get up close with the endangered reptiles or simply tour the National Park at your leisure. Week-long entry fees are $10 per vehicle and just $5 for pedestrians and cyclists.
Rub shoulders with the rich and famous on Miami's flashy South Beach. While there's more than ample opportunity to spend some serious cash, there's thankfully more than enough free sun, surf and people-watching to keep you occupied on a Miami travel experience.
Watch Little Havana's Calle Ocho (8th Avenue) turn into a vibrant outdoor gallery, flooded with artisans, musicians and street performers. Held from 6:30-11:30 p.m. on the last Friday of each month, it's free and includes walking tours of Little Havana. Viernes Culturales is the perfect way to explore the artistic side of the city on your Miami travels.
On Sundays and the second Saturday of each month, the Miami Art Museum offers free admission. Boasting an incredible array of contemporary art, the museum is a great way to explore another side to the aesthetically-obsessed city. Be sure to check out the Spanish and African sections to get an idea of the heritage of many residents on your Miami travels.
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