Miami travel guide


With a reputation as a playground for tanned socialites, aspiring models and Hollywood A-listers, Miami doesn't disappoint; however, it also offers affordable hotels and a great mix of cultural attractions for everyone.

Miami's strong Caribbean and Latin influences are clear in its food, passionate music scene, and beach culture. Miami restaurants are famous for their fusions of native food cultures with their own Miami mark. Historic charm is found in its famous art-deco buildings, and South Beach is simply a mecca for fashion and extravagance. Scarface launched Al Pacino.

On a different horizon, the city is bordered by two national parks, Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park. Cross the Everglades on the one road through and you will have survived Alligator Alley.

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