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Often, it's the people of a city that make it unique. In this part of Southeast Florida, you'll find 400,000 of them.
Florida's capital, Tallahassee, is 410 miles away from Miami, while Biscayne National Park lies 20 miles away.
Not sure where the best place is to start your adventures in this fascinating travel destination? The PortMiami and the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens would be the obvious choice.
If you're holidaying with the entire family, outings to the Tower Theater and Grapeland Water Park will no doubt put smiles on everyone's faces! If that isn't enough to wear the young ones out, why not make the trip to Everglades Alligator Farm and the Miami Children's Museum as well?
Press your hand up against the glass and watch the different underwater creatures go about their daily business at Miami Seaquarium.
Acquaint yourself with the animals, big and small, that call the Zoo Miami and the Jungle Island home. You can also learn about the world of our furry and feathered friends at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation and the Monkey Jungle.
Watch fearless drivers fly around the track at the Richard Petty Driving Experience. Afterwards, if you haven't yet scratched the itch, follow the oil fumes to the Miami Exotic Auto Racing.
There's nothing like a night out at a casino to kick start the festive spirit! Take on the baccarat dealer and watch the high-stakes gamblers or simply walk around and soak up the sights at the Magic City Casino and the Miccosukee Casino. The Casino at Miccosukee Resort & Gaming and Aquasino are also highly recommended.
This area takes its plant collecting seriously, so there are plenty of places where you can go and see botanic specimens from both local and international environments. A wander through the beautiful gardens at the Pinecrest Gardens and the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is a must. For those who are more dedicated, the Kampong and the Miami Beach Botanical Garden also have some incredible displays.
From tossing a ball around to simply chilling out on the grass, there are plenty of reasons to head to a green spot like Biscayne National Park or Oleta River State Park. You can also sit down with your favourite read and watch life go by at Tropical Park and Bayfront Park.
It doesn't matter if you want to know the best cafe or where to venture after dark, you'll find the help you need at Art Deco Welcome Center or Shark Valley Visitor Center. Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center and LGBT Visitor Center Miami Beach are two more excellent places to get the inside scoop on things to see and do around town.
Find some peace of mind and see if you can spot the colourful birdlife at Bear Cut, a picturesque natural waterway.
If the ocean beckons, grab your shades and spend some time at Lummus Park Beach or Surfside Beach. You can also enjoy a leisurely walk along Crandon Park and Indian Beach Park.
Miami has a number of natural reserves, such as Flamingo Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Barnacle State Historic Park and Old Cutler Trail are a couple more worth checking out.
Interesting displays are waiting to be seen at the Frost Art Museum and Patricia And Phillip Frost Museum Of Science. They're calm sites to unwind or escape a rainy day. Want more? Also go to the Perez Art Museum Miami and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The awesome scientific gizmos and gadgets on exhibition at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science could keep you stimulated for days on end. To get stuck straight into the most impressive stuff, you might like to check out if there are any upcoming guided tours.
Nowadays you don't need to travel the globe to experience the many wonders of the natural world. You can stop into places like the Jewish Museum of Florida and the Haitian Heritage Museum instead, where an incredible variety of weird and wonderful objects and specimens are concentrated all in the one place.
Whatever style of art floats your boat, there's a chance you'll find it in Miami. Why not start your day of gallery hopping at the Bass Museum of Art and the World Erotic Art Museum? If you're feeling inspired, also feast your eyes at the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery and the Wolfsonian Museum.
Learn about the influence that Miami's past people and events had on the country, and sometimes the world, at the Coral Gables Museum and the HistoryMiami. The Historical Museum of South Florida and the Sanford L Ziff Jewish Museum are also worth a trip for an even greater insight into yesteryear.
Travel back in time by visiting the University of Miami and Freedom Tower. They're excellent places to get a real sense of Miami's history. If you're still looking for more, the Holocaust Memorial and the Deering Estate at Cutler should be next on the list.
Make sure you take a few minutes to wander around Brickell Ave Bridge. This timeless structure has proudly stretched over the water for what seems like an eternity, adding a bit of old world atmosphere to Miami.
Get your fill of both spirituality and history at Ancient Spanish Monastery and Cloisters of the Monastery of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux. Our Lady of Charity National Shrine and Life Pointe Church also interest lots of spiritually curious travellers.
You'll probably think there's nothing left to do after exploring Miami's most impressive attractions, but don't check in for that flight home just yet. There are still plenty of surprises left. Why not spend time at the La Gorce Country Club and the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center? The Miccosukee Golf and Country Club and the Hialeah Racetrack also promise a great day out.
It won't take you long to lock in a suitable hotel in Miami. There are some 380 properties presently on ebookers' travel guide.
If you're after a simple room without all the extras, The Villa, located at 1116 Ocean Drive, is your best option. One more accommodation that offers its guests superb service at an even better price is the HI Miami Beach - Hostel, which you'll find at 1506 Collins Ave. But if a bit of luxury is more what you are after, then the Provident Luxury Suites Fisher Island or the Fisher Island Club and Resort will fit the bill.
See Miami’s Cuban and Latino culture in all its glory in the neighbourhood known as Little Havana. Through thick cigar smoke old men play dominoes on sidewalks in front of friendly storefronts and Caribbean restaurants, while Latin beats play in the background.
The Viernes Culturales (Cultural Fridays) festival is held the last Friday of every month along Calle Ocho (Eight Street), where musicians, artists, galleries, and restaurants come together to give live performances, show art exhibits, screen films, and offer Latin and Caribbean cuisine tasting to tourists and locals alike.
Every March Little Havana hosts the Calle Ocho Festival, a huge block party that is part of Miami’s Carnaval celebrations, where different ethnic communities parade their countries’ flags, music, and food.
Take a break from the partying and enjoy more natural pleasures like Miami’s Fruit and Spice Park.
Located 35 miles south of Miami in the Redland community, this 37-acre tropical botanical garden park is a tribute to this lush and fertile area and features over 500 varieties of local and international fruits, spices, herbs, and nuts.
But don’t just look, taste! After a tour, sample everything the park has to offer.
Miami Beach might be wild, but it is nothing in comparison to the wilderness of the Florida Everglades, the subtropical wetlands that stretch 160km long and 97km wide.
Tour them at Billie Swamp Safari Wildlife Park where an airboat takes you through 2,000 acres of untamed Everglades preserved by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
On the way you’ll see alligators, bison, water buffalo, and ostriches in their natural environment.
Take the day or spend the night in a traditional Seminole house or “chickee” and stay up listening to traditional campfire stories.
Enjoy this museum that offers historic artworks from Spain. Enjoy the beautifully maintained garden.
Housing the history of the Canary Islands, this museum is actually a complex of three different museums.
Explore this sanctuary for endangered and rare animals, including tigers, crocodiles and the Komodo Dragon.
Enjoy this popular park and beach that offers beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Explore this up-and-coming neighbourhood that offers local galleries, museums, and trendy shops.
Bayside offers quaint shops, restaurants and galleries overlooking the Bay of Biscayne.
Take your little one to this popular museum. This museum has over 56,500 square feet of space that offers an abundance of hands-on exhibits.
Wynwood is a section of Miami that offers the cuisine, art, and cultural attractions of immigrants from the Caribbean.
Take your kids to the Miami Seaquarium to learn about all of the exotic sea life in the area.
Visit this historic Cuban neighbourhood that offers food, shopping, and cultural attractions.
This popular restaurant serves authentic South American dishes in a romantic, upscale atmosphere.
A favourite for locals, this restaurant serves American fare with local ingredients.
Zuma offers exquisite contemporary Japanese cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
South Beach stretches from 14th Street and Collins to 1st Street. A playground of the rich, the area offers shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Visitors can enjoy and learn about local tropical birds in their natural habitat.
The weather in Miami is subtropical and is generally warm year-round. Summers can be blazing hot, with an average temperature of 37Â°C. Spring is considerably cooler, with an average temperature of 33Â°C. Travellers tend to visit Miami in the high season, which starts from September to December. These months are cooler and more comfortable. The average temperature in the fall is 24Â°C, while the average temperature in the winter is 21Â°C.
Catch a crocodile smile with a trip to the Alligator Farm, which includes an exciting Everglades airboat tour with every admission. Meet thousands of alligators, crocodiles, caimans and snakes. The cherry on top is delivered hourly in the form of informative wildlife shows, snake shows and feedings.
See another wild side of Miami. Set against a picture-perfect skyline, Seaquarium features marine animal shows, and loads of opportunities to see killer whales, dolphins and more. Get an even closer look (and a good soaking) in the “splash zone” or count on some good laughs at the sea lion show. Lucky or not, you might even get picked to be part of a show.
Snowbirds, celebs and locals flock to the beautiful beaches, insane nightclubs and sultry lounges, all drenched in Latin flavor. Cover up with little more than sunscreen and head to the beach, shop for haute couture on Lincoln Road, and refresh at a spa before hitting the all-night party.
30-acres of legit monkey business, Monkey Jungle features orangutans, gibbons, guenons, spider monkeys and nearly 100 Java monkeys. Javas are notoriously skilled divers when it comes to foraging along the riverbanks and swamps, so be sure to stick around for entertaining mealtimes.
Consistently rated as one of the top 10 zoos in the country, Zoo Miami is one for the bucket list. Meet white Bengal tigers, Komodo dragons and black-necked storks. Other showstoppers include Tropical America with jaguars and anacondas, Wings of Asia with 70 rare Asian birds in a free flight area, and a virtual African safari.
Take a day-trip to Biscayne Bay to discover 70 rooms of art and historic collections, acres of Italian gardens with statues and fountains, a native rockland hammock and breathtaking views of Key Biscayne and the skyline. The new 90-minute audio tour makes for perfect self-guided visits.
Home to 3,000 exotic animals and 500 species of plants, the 18.6-acre theme park delivers you deep into the heart of a lush island with aviaries, jungle trails, a petting farm, Serpentarium, and shows with African penguins and talking parrots. Other famous residents include a high-wire riding Cockatoo, and a liger cat.
Take a tour by foot, airboat, canoe or Hummer ride through saw grass prairies, subtropical jungles, mangrove swamps, and the waters of the Florida Bay. Discover the totally exotic plants and animals of the Florida Everglades, including the endangered American alligator and Florida panther.
Take a day-trip to witness a labor of love. Using his own two hands and over 1,100 tons of coral rock, Latvian-born Ed Leedskanlin built Coral Castle for his girlfriend over the course of 28 years.
For the maximum freedom and ability to explore the city and its surroundings, consider car hire in Miami. Many hotels also offer their own airport shuttle services or the Super Shuttle fleet located can take you to Miami Beach for $32 or Key Biscayne for $40.
Miami is known for its rude drivers so get a map and plan your route. The city is on a grid system divided into four areas: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest. Flagler street divides North from South and Miami Avenue divides East from West.
Getting around the city is easy with the Metrorail, which services downtown Miami, Hialeah and Kendall. The Metromover is also an option – an elevated track that traverses downtown and the Brickell and Omni business districts with individual motorized cars. Metrobus operates 60 routes throughout Miami-Dade County, and the commuter train Tri-Rail has stations throughout Dade and Palm Beach counties for those going farther out.
When taking a taxi, make sure that is legitimate: the words “taxi” or “cab” or both along with the company’s phone number must appear on both sides of the vehicle, and there should always be a metre inside displaying the fare.
For tourist information, the Greater Miami Convention and Vistor’s Bureau is located at 701 Brickell Ave, Suite 700, in downtown Miami. For telephone assistance call (800) 933-8448.
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