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Miami is a beach place and of course this is a highlight of this city but it has also another places to go that you will not want to miss.
Prepare yourself couse that are to many higlights on this city to see!
South Beach / Art Deco District
This district in South Beach has colorful architectural treasures and remember the old Miami, this buildings were built in 1920 and 1930 and registered in the National Register of Historic Places. What is also famous around here are the trendy coffee places, restored hotels, nightclubs and the beach!
A view of South Beach / Art Deco District
Asia de Cuba restaurant at Mondrian South Beach
Mansion nightclub, South Beach
It is located on the east side of Miami’s South Beach. Ocean Drive is an iconic and one of the most famous street of the city and it indeed a must-see! Art deco and modern architecture are all over the buildings and also on the decoration. The street is lined with boutique hotels, bars, restaurants and lounges.
Il Villagio Realty Hotel at Ocean Drive
Cardozo Cafe / Restaurant and Hotel at Ocean Drive
This a place where the mix of cultures is present, in downtown Miami the American and Latin cultures converge. The Cuban-bussinesses are really present there and this place in Miami has a history since it dates back to the 19th century and also the city’s downtown core features some of Miami’s oldest buildings.
Park West – Downtown Miami
As well as beaches, world-class cuisine, designer fashions, and renowned nightclubs, Miami Beach offers visitors the largest collection of art deco architecture in the world.
Viscaya Museum and Gardens
Designed after a 300-year-old country Italian villa, the grandest construction project ever attempted in Florida is filled with paintings and decorative fine arts dating from the 15th to 19th centuries.
Known for its colourful shops, excellent restaurants and exclusive art galleries, Little Havana is considered one of Miami’s cultural and social hotspots. The neighbourhood is home to the iconic art deco Tower Theatre, as well as a vibrant street life that includes numerous annual festivals.
One of the most known places internationally: Miami Ink. It´s a tatto place and it is really busy all the time. They have a show in the television channel TLC.