About Miami

Miami is known for its warmer weather, fusion of cultures, pristine beaches, and captivating nightlife. With so much to do, everyone in the family will enjoy a trip to Miami, Florida!

Capital of Latin America

Nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America", Miami is known for its multicultural roots with specifically Cuban influences. Española Way’s Spanish style architecture, restaurants, and entertainment present a cozy, Bohemian vibe visitors will enjoy exploring. Little Havana serves as the vibrant center of Hispanic culture, particularly Cuban, in Miami. Visitors can find countless Latin-inspired restaurants, cafes, venues, and markets throughout the neighborhood, especially on iconic Calle Ocho (Eighth Street). You’ll see locals playing dominoes in the park, sipping on an afternoon cortado or batido, and sampling ham croquetas. Also, on the last Friday of each month, the neighborhood hosts Viernes Culturales, or Cultural Fridays, to showcase local cultural arts.

Soak Up the Sun

Miami’s beaches are renowned for white sands, turquoise waters, luxury living, and shops lining the shore. South Beach itself has been dubbed the “American Riviera” because of its multifaceted blend of cultures. Other stunning beaches in the area (and there are many) include Lummus Park, South Pointe Park Pier, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, and Crandon Park. 

Fun for All 

Fun for both adults and kids, you can curate the perfect vacation to Miami. Adults can enjoy a variety of restaurants, bars, museums, dance clubs, and architectural tours. Families can enjoy a trip to Vizcaya Gardens, Zoo Miami, Everglades National Park, and trips to one of the countless beaches stretching down the coast.

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