South Beach

Famous for its vibrant nightlife, beautiful sandy beaches, and the iconic Art Deco Historic District with colorful buildings and neon lights.

Art Deco Historic District

Located in South Beach, this area features over 800 preserved buildings from the 1920s and 1930s, offering guided tours to learn about the history and architecture.

Little Havana

A lively neighborhood known for its Cuban culture, music, cuisine, and the famous Calle Ocho, where visitors can enjoy authentic Cuban coffee, cigars, and live salsa music.

Wynwood Walls

An open-air street art installation featuring murals by some of the world’s most famous street artists, located in the Wynwood Arts District.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

A historic estate with Italian Renaissance-style gardens, architecture, and art collections, offering a glimpse into Miami’s early 20th-century history.

Miami Seaquarium

A popular marine park with a variety of sea life exhibits, including dolphin and sea lion shows, and opportunities for interactive animal encounters.

Bayside Marketplace

An open-air shopping center located on the waterfront, offering a mix of shops, restaurants, live music, and boat tours of Biscayne Bay.

Everglades National Park

Located just outside Miami, this vast natural park offers opportunities for airboat tours, wildlife viewing, hiking, and exploring the unique ecosystem of the Florida Everglades.