Traveling to Miami is certainly an experience, a destination that never fails to surprise visitors as a place where there’s always something to do and see. Festivals, events, international cuisine, people from all over the world, iconic neighborhoods, nightclubs, museums and much more; this is what this U.S. city called “the capital of Latin America” is all about.
Home to an unmistakable upbeat vibe, Miami’s festive atmosphere spreads throughout the city and its most famous neighborhoods, from Little Havana and Miami Beach to South Beach and Ocean Drive, spots that offer a host of restaurants, bars and pure fun in the best clubs.
Thanks to its climate, sultry geography, tropical vegetation and the clear waters of Biscayne Bay and its beaches, this city has always had a unique character and lifestyle that has made it one of the most famous cities in the United States.
Miami is also known as one of America’s most modern cities, and the downtown area is a tribute to the banking boom of the 1980s. One of the most iconic buildings from that era is the Miami Tower, a skyscraper built in 1983 that is famous for its night lighting and as a backdrop for movies and TV shows. A good way to enjoy the area’s sights and buildings is on the Metromover, a small, free train that runs around downtown Miami on elevated tracks.
When it comes to the beach, South Beach offers the perfect vibe because it’s where you’ll find Ocean Drive, famous for the neighborhood’s characteristic Art Deco buildings. Located between 1st and 25th Streets on the island of Miami Beach, this is the busiest and most famous beach area in the entire county, known for its extensive white sand beach and shallow, calm, crystal-clear water. Plus, its beach clubs make it one of those places you’ll want to check out during the day, while at night a one-of-a-kind vibe and good-time energy permeate the island.
Visiting Miami is always synonymous with a memorable vacation in every sense!