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Miami Beach
4.6/5
275 Reviews
Beach
Miami Beach is a narrow island between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, separated from Miami by a bay. A few kilometers of white and soft beaches make this a resort in Miami, with hotels, shopping malls, restaurants, entertainment and more. There is also an art festival in Miami Beach every year. It is a comprehensive art festival that combines arts and crafts exhibitions and cultural performances.
Little Havana
4.4/5
157 Reviews
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Little Havana is home to people from South American countries such as Cuba, Mexico and Peru, where there are many Latin American bars, restaurants and shops. Little Havana’s Cuban style is very rich. Its buildings and streets are all Cuban. You will even feel the spread of Cuban cigars in the air. From time to time, Meg and Salsa dances come from ear to ear. music.
South Beach
4.6/5
240 Reviews
Beach
This section of Miami Beach has become synonymous with Miami, for better or worse. Packed to the gills with beach-goers, club-seekers, tourists and locals alike, come to South Beach for eye-candy, alcohol, and sun. Whether you spend all day in the water and on the sandy beach or simply hang out across the street at a restaurant, hotel or bar with a water view, South Beach is a place to see and be seen, relax, party, and enjoy some of the most ridiculous and raucous activities Miami has to offer. Expect crowds and limited parking-- bikes recommended!
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
4.5/5
149 Reviews
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Visit Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the villa that Queen Elizabeth and Pope John Paul II have visited in the past. You can spend hours exploring the 10 acres that the villa sits on. Take walks through the gardens, spend some time at the waterfalls and fountains, and take pictures at the reflecting pools. You can walk between the stone balustrades that hold decorative urns filled with flowers from the region. After looking around the grounds, you can then spend time exploring the 34 rooms that are designed in a Renaissance style.

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