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The vibrant and colorful south Florida city is well known for its exciting nightlife, sun-kissed beaches and rich and diverse culture.

If you’ve never been to Miami, you’re missing out!   Here are some of the top things to do when in Miami:

Visit South Beach

South Beach is where all the fun happens! With loads of nightclubs, cafés, art galleries and shopping plazas, you can spend an entire day just hanging out in this highly popular region of Miami. Some of the best places to hang out include the Nikki Beach Club and the Opium Garden, and don’t forget to stop by Joe’s Stone Crab to have a piece of its legendary lime pie.

Eat in Little Havana

Experience the best in Cuban cuisine when taking a trip to Little Havana, which is a Cuban neighborhood that offers amazing treats! Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street) and surrounding neighborhoods is where Cubans carved their own little niche in Miami. Stop by its many cafés and restaurants for amazing Cuban food or stop by a cigar lounge to sit and relax with a cigar.

Shop at Lincoln Road Mall

Indulge in some shopping at the Lincoln Road Mall, which was once considered to be the “Fifth Avenue o f the South.” It’s home to lots of famous clubs and cultural venues, as well as numerous sidewalk cafés and lots of boutiques. You’ll find everything you need to wear to one of the city’s numerous clubs while shopping in this area!

Explore the Art Deco District on Ocean Drive

Take a scenic stroll past beautiful art deco building that line Ocean Drive, city’s Art Deco District. This part of the city features admirable architecture that dates back to the golden era all the way back to the 1920s! The area also has more than 800 buildings from the 1930s and 1940s and visitors can even do self-guided audio tours by visiting the Art Deco District Welcome Center.

Get Some Peace at Key Biscayne

While Miami Beach attracts all the beautiful bods in the region, Key Biscayne offers guests a more tranquil beach experience. A visit to the northernmost island in the keys, this quaint little island is great for those who want to get back to nature. The island boasts pristine beaches, two waterfront parks and picturesque views of Miami.

Visit Key West

Although it’s not exactly in Miami, you should still make it a point to take a drive and visit Key West, where you’ll be able to visit famed literary author Ernest Hemingway’s home. The home has been turned into a museum and is a wonderful place to visit for literary fans. But the quirky town of Key West has lots of other attractions for visitors, too.

Enjoy amazing travel experiences and take advantage of the best deals on offer when you consult with your trusted travel advisor. Contact Going Places Travel to book your trip today.