Heat things up with Cuban cuisine and beach vibes.
Miami is a melting pot of cultures, offering an opportunity to experience everything from impromptu cigar-rolling tutorials to salsa dancing in the street. Plus, there’s just so much to do, from exploring art museums and pristine beaches to snacking on fiery, flavorful dishes and taking in the unparalleled nightlife scene — it’s too easy to find yourself out and about from sunup to, well, sunup. On that note, it’s a great destination for watching the sunrise from a beachfront balcony, as well as hanging out South Beach style from your own poolside cabana or exploring the many streets of Little Havana.
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Explore Miami

  • Downtown Miami
  • Little Havana
  • Miami Beach
  • Wynwood Art District
  • Coral Gables

Downtown Miami


Brickell is the shining star among Miami’s hottest neighborhoods. Home to a 10-mile linear park filled with public art, a gorgeous botanical garden and more than enough world-class restaurants to satisfy any craving, it’s a neighborhood worthy of a vacation all its own.

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Dining, Rooftop Bars, Atmosphere

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Little Havana


This is the place to come to celebrate and honor Cuban culture. Filled with restaurants, cafés, nightclubs and a park that attracts people of all ages, Little Havana is a must-visit stop on any Miami journey. Don't leave without taking a stroll down the vibrant Calle Ocho and stopping to snack on some Cuban bread and a cafecito (an adorably small cup of sweet Cuban espresso).

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Food, Entertainment, Dancing

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Miami Beach


In Miami Beach, the flashier, more colorful and larger-than-life you are, the better. Come here to sprawl out on the beach, dine on delicious Cuban cuisine or head to South Beach, where the sandy shores are dotted with buzzing nightclubs and restaurants led by celebrity chefs.

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Nightlife, Shopping, Dining, Beaches

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Wynwood Art District


Wynwood is an up-and-coming neighborhood that culture lovers will adore thanks to the artwork on every wall (and sometimes the floor and ceiling, too). It’s also a spot where the hipster set can find new duds at local boutiques and coffee from any number of delightful cafés.

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Coral Gables


Coral Gables is technically its own city, located west of Miami along the Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve. Luxe homes coexist with upscale shopping and dining along the Miracle Mile, and you’ll find oodles of butterflies and succulents at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and Matheson Hammock Park, which comprises 630 acres of tropical plants. Coral Gables is also home to the largest freshwater pool in the country: the Venetian Pool, which was completed in 1924. And, yes — you can take a dip in it.

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Museums, Shopping, Dining

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Spend a Culture-Filled Weekend in Miami

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Take in the Art and Culture in Wynwood

Take in the epic art with a guided tour of Wynwood Walls, one of Miami’s most colorful neighborhoods, then top off the day shopping in between the murals at its unique boutiques.

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Hit the Museums, Gardens and Clubs

Continue your cultural journey through Miami by visiting some of its most fascinating museums, like the Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.

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Head to Little Havana

Drink, eat and dance the day away with a visit to Miami’s famed Little Havana. Go straight to the heart of the neighborhood with a stroll down Calle Ocho.

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