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The following Miami travel guide has the scoop on where to excavate the charm.

Miami is glamor compressed into urban form. She perplexes the brain via her beauty, which is enigmatic to heart. This place spells magic in every stuff and has a magnetic sense of captivation. Possibly, this is the reason, it is acknowledged as Magic city and you could devote an amusing lifetime trying to escape her spell. Miami is not limited to beaches but is an amalgamation of so many things. From Art Deco-lined shores to the couture-filled streets along with cutting edge beauty.

Take a dip on the topography of Miami

Miami is located in the South Florida of the south-eastern United States and is the largest metropolitan area in Florida. This city is situated at certain distances from Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Naples (Florida) and Key West. Miami Beach, the epicenter of beach resorts and most popular spring break party destinations in the world, has its own municipality and is positioned on a barrier island, east of Miami and Biscayne Bay.
Downtown: The ethnic, economic, and commercial epicenter of South Florida and home to various museums, parks and the oldest buildings in the city.
North: This rapidly growing midtown comprises of the migrant community of Little Haiti and the notable “MiMo” district of contemporary architecture.
West and South: Holds all points of interest from the Cuban culture of Little Havana to the lavish vegetation and history of Coconut Grove.

What to do in Miami

  • 1Go for the countries best snorkeling and scuba diving, to watch marine life and coral reefs,
  • 2Take spa in Miami
  • 3Visit Lincoln Rd
  • 4Watch the blood-orange fire of the sunset,
  • 5Set the downtown skyline aflame.
  • 6Hear a poetry slam in a converted warehouse,
  • 7Catch a Venezuelan singing Metallica en español in a Coral Gables karaoke bar

What to see in Miami

  • 1Jungle Island
  • 2Miami Beach
  • 3Art Deco District
  • 4South Beach
  • 5Ocean Drive
  • 6Bayside Marketplace
  • 7Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
  • 8Little Havana and Calle Ocho
  • 9Zoo Miami
  • 10Miami Seaquarium

Explore the New world cuisine of Miami

Miami is the birthplace of New World Cuisine, also known as “Nuevo Latino” or “Floribbean,” a composition of the mixture of the Caribbean and American culinary styles. The culinary revolution allows you to enter a new world of palates, sights, aromas, seasonings and sensations. Chefs hail from all over the world and offer international flavor of Cuban, Haitian, Peruvian, Colombian, Indian, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Thai, Japanese, Argentinean and much more.

Shopping in Miami

Whether its extravagance trendy boutiques, conception shops or outlet malls, Miami is a pint-sized slice of shopping paradise. Shopaholics won’t leave Miami unrewarded due to its huge collection of high-end shopping malls to its heterogeneous concept stores and the couture brands. Greater Miami has haute couture, retail markets, designer boutiques and bargain outlets all over the city.

Enjoy the electric Nightlife of Miami

Miami arises to life when the sun goes down. This place is a hub of popular nightlife zones, live music spots and dancing until dawn. Miami’s vivacious club site has made it as the capital of cool. Miami has something for everyone. From the hottest dance clubs to jazz lovers and highlighting live bands and top DJs, Miami never disappoints.

Best time to visit

The time between Jan–Mar is warm and dry and attracts lots of tourists due to incoming snowbirds from the northeast and Europeans. While Apr–Jun is lusher than winter and Jul–Oct is a hurricane season and therefore the prices of hotels fall. The budget friendly duration lies in June through November but then you have to cope up with the humidity.

Transportation

Miamians and their cars are inseparable. You can rent a car or opt for taxi or car service. Miami's public transit system is the most assorted and widespread to any vicinity in Florida. If travel time is not a hurdle, then it is convenient to travel to all commercial areas and major holds within Miami without a car. The Miami-Dade Transit system contains 800 Metro buses and the Metro mover is free, electrically power-driven, and circles around Downtown and Brickell neighborhoods.

Miami has a subtropical savannah climate because of low altitude and there is basically two seasons, hot and dry season from November to mid-April and a warm and wet season from May through October.

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