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Miami is known for its glamour and cosmopolitan vibe, but what truly sets this city apart is its miles of sandy beaches, which coupled with year-round sunshine and pleasant warmth have cemented Miami's position as a top travel destination. Describing it merely as an international metropolis would be a gross understatement, given its North American core infused with Caribbean flair, a generous dose of Latin American influence, a hint of African heritage, a touch of Asian influence, and a sprinkle of European charm. All these elements and their fascinating blend give Miami a vibrant and exhilarating cultural life.

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South Beach
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

South Beach, or SoBe for short, is Miami's most popular destination and is widely regarded as the world's ultimate nightlife hotspot. Even Ibiza can't compete with the vibrant energy of this beachside neighborhood. Situated at the southern end of Miami Beach, SoBe is home to numerous hotels, restaurants, bars, and clubs, all surrounded by a wide expanse of white sand and the soothing sounds of the ocean, creating an enchanting atmosphere. This buzzing scene draws visitors from all over the world who come to experience the unique mix of sun, sand, and nightlife that SoBe has to offer. The neighborhood's trendy bars and clubs cater to a diverse range of tastes–from laid-back beachside lounges to high-energy dance clubs. And during the day, visitors can soak up the sun on the beach, stroll along the iconic Ocean Drive, or explore the art deco architecture that gives the neighborhood its distinct character.

Wynwood Walls
2516 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Miami

Wynwood Walls is a one-of-a-kind outdoor destination that showcases massive, vibrant street murals created by artists from all over the world. Located between Northeast 25th and 26th streets, this open-air art museum has become a mecca for street art enthusiasts and artists alike since its opening in 2009. With its ever-changing and constantly evolving art installations, Wynwood Walls has become a hub for cutting-edge creativity, offering visitors an oasis of color and inspiration in the heart of Miami's art district. The museum's captivating murals depict a wide range of themes and styles, from bold geometric patterns to thought-provoking social commentary.

Cvi.Che 105
105 Northeast 3rd Avenue, Miami

Cvi.Che 105 is an award-winning Peruvian restaurant with several locations in Miami known for its wide selection of inventive and fresh ceviches as well as other traditional dishes. From the food to the atmosphere and especially the service, Cvi.Che 105 is an absolute winner.

Andiamo! Brick Oven Pizza
5600 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

Popular pizzeria serving a variety of brick-oven thin-crust pies along with salads, panini sandwiches, and pasta, as well as a comprehensive beer and wine list in a converted industrial space, which used to be a tire shop.

Bayside Marketplace
401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

For over 30 years, Bayside Marketplace has been a popular destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. This two-story open-air shopping center features around 70 shops and 30 restaurants and serves as the embarkation point for several boat tours. The atmosphere is further enhanced by the presence of street performers and live music.

Miami Design District
3841 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami

The Miami Design District is a vibrant neighborhood and popular shopping hotspot that celebrates creativity, innovation, and culture. It is a hub of art, architecture, design, fashion, and culinary experiences that attract visitors from all over the world. The district is home to numerous galleries, boutique shops, and antique stores catering to both bargain hunters and collectors alike.

Passport / Visa

Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.

Frequently Asked Questions about Miami (FAQs)

- What is the best time to visit Miami? As Miami has a long and beautiful season of summer all year long, deciding on when to visit Miami mainly depends on what you are looking for and what you expect: while spring is ideal for enjoying outdoor activities and venues, the summer gets quite hot and somewhat deserted – keep in mind that these seasons have the highest threat of hurricanes. During the fall, Miami comes to life again with its many events, such as the Miami Art Week, while the winter attracts most visitors with its ever-lasting sunshine and many events and adventures that are yet to come. - Is Miami safe? Overall, Miami is a safe city for tourists. However, like most U.S. large cities, Miami does have a few safety issues, especially regarding drugs, gangs, and crime. But visitors shouldn’t worry about that since the most dangerous areas, such as Overtown, Model City, Downtown, Little Haiti, and Allapattah are not ordinarily on tourists’ itineraries. Pickpocketing can be an issue, so do not look too vulnerable and always use common sense when exploring the city. - Is Miami worth a visit? Yes, definitely! Miami is worth a visit not only for its year-round pleasantly warm weather, pristine beaches, and energetic nightlife but also for its astonishingly rich cultural life. - Does Miami get hurricanes? Yes. Southeast Florida, where Miami is situated along with West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, is very susceptible to hurricanes. Hurricane season in Florida usually occurs between August through late October.

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