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The Miami Convention Centre is at the heart of the city and is a popular choice for conventions and expos of all sizes, with event space for up to 42,000 people. With on-site accommodation, easy access to many Miami hotels and free parking, this complex is convenient and easily accessible. It is fully air-conditioned, has catering available, and offers innovative audio/visual and wireless technology, including Internet access.
Joe's Stone Crab has been in business for over 100 years, and it is one of Miami's most popular eateries, renowned as the favourite restaurant of the stars, from Frank Sinatra to Jennifer Lopez. It offers the finest quality seafood, using only the freshest, sustainably sourced produce. You really should book ahead though, as this popular eatery gets very busy.
From bargain basement souvenirs to Haute Couture, Miami offers shopping for every taste and budget. The Aventura Mall offers an incredible 2.7 million square feet of shopping, dining, and entertainment. It features big brands, boutiques, and designer outlets, including Cartier, Burberry, and more. When your feet and your wallet need a break from all that shopping, you can catch a movie at the 24-screen cinema.
Major Points of Interest
No trip to Miami is complete without a trip to the world-famous Miami Beach, where you can relax and sun yourself on the sand, or swim in the clear water. For those who love the outdoors, take a guided airboat tour of the Everglades, or visit the Everglades Safari Park, both of which have good transport links from Miami hotels.
Miami offers a huge range of sporting teams, like the world famous Miami Dolphins football team and Miami Heat basketball team. However, if you want to get involved rather than sit and watch, there are plenty of opportunities. Set on the coast, Miami has a plethora of water sports for you to try, from surfing to sailing. Alternatively, try you hand at rollerblading, cycling, or jogging on one of the many trails.
Whether you’re into sunbathing and celebrity watching or ocean swimming and exploring, Miami has a beautiful turquoise beach for you. The flashiest of these is South Beach, a hub for Hollywood stars and sculpted beach bodies, lined with hundreds of restaurants, shops, and clubs. You will also find a concentration of Miami’s gay population, colourful lifeguard posts, and European tourists taking advantage of legal topless sunbathing.
For a bit more private beach time try the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in Key Biscayne, the Oleta State River Park that features 15 miles of bike trails, or Virginia Key Beach. Clothing is “optional” at Haulover Beach, which also has great surfing.
Scuba, Surf, Sail
Don’t just admire the pristine waters of Miami’s beaches from the shore – take a swim! Snorkel through a coral reef and feast your eyes on tropical fish, or scuba down to a number of sunken freighters and even an army tank off the coast of Miami Beach.
Surfers around the United States agree that Miami Beach is one the top spots to catch a wave. There are numerous places from which to rent equipment and take lessons in both surfing and scuba diving, like the South Beach Dive and Surf Center or the South Beach Surf School. Or rent a sailboat from the Aquatic Rental Center in Key Biscayne and tour the barrier islands.
Shop ‘til you drop
Despite its dress code of minimal beachwear, Miami is a fashion hub. For high-end shopping, head to Aventura Mall or the upscale Bal Harbour Shops where you’ll find shops like Coach, Diesel, and Miss Sixty, and luxury department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus, in addition to many fine restaurants and cafes.
Lincoln Road in Miami Beach offers a more bohemian open-air shopping experience. It is great for people-watching as well, and will tantalize all palettes with its diversity of eateries.
No life like nightlife
There will be no going to bed early in the city known for its vibrant nightlife. Dance at one of Miami’s many clubs like The Vagabond in downtown, where each night a different DJ brings you a unique mix of their best.
The funky and down-to-earth Purdy Lounge in Miami Beach features hip hop, reggae, and dancehall music, with cheap drinks and no cover charge. For a more relaxed evening and great beer, head to The Abbey Brewing Company near Lincoln Road or Clarke’s Irish Pub that offers excellent pub food like shepherd’s pie and mac ‘n cheese.
See Miami’s Cuban and Latino culture in all its glory in the neighbourhood known as Little Havana. Through thick cigar smoke old men play dominoes on sidewalks in front of friendly storefronts and Caribbean restaurants, while Latin beats play in the background.
The Viernes Culturales (Cultural Fridays) festival is held the last Friday of every month along Calle Ocho (Eight Street), where musicians, artists, galleries, and restaurants come together to give live performances, show art exhibits, screen films, and offer Latin and Caribbean cuisine tasting to tourists and locals alike.
Every March Little Havana hosts the Calle Ocho Festival, a huge block party that is part of Miami’s Carnaval celebrations, where different ethnic communities parade their countries’ flags, music, and food.
Fruits and Spices Park
Take a break from the partying and enjoy more natural pleasures like Miami’s Fruit and Spice Park.
Located 35 miles south of Miami in the Redland community, this 37-acre tropical botanical garden park is a tribute to this lush and fertile area and features over 500 varieties of local and international fruits, spices, herbs, and nuts.
But don’t just look, taste! After a tour, sample everything the park has to offer.
Miami Beach might be wild, but it is nothing in comparison to the wilderness of the Florida Everglades, the subtropical wetlands that stretch 160km long and 97km wide.
Tour them at Billie Swamp Safari Wildlife Park where an airboat takes you through 2,000 acres of untamed Everglades preserved by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
On the way you’ll see alligators, bison, water buffalo, and ostriches in their natural environment.
Take the day or spend the night in a traditional Seminole house or “chickee” and stay up listening to traditional campfire stories.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Enjoy this museum that offers historic artworks from Spain. Enjoy the beautifully maintained garden.
Housing the history of the Canary Islands, this museum is actually a complex of three different museums.
Explore this sanctuary for endangered and rare animals, including tigers, crocodiles and the Komodo Dragon.
Lummus Park Beach
Enjoy this popular park and beach that offers beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Explore this up-and-coming neighbourhood that offers local galleries, museums, and trendy shops.
Bayside offers quaint shops, restaurants and galleries overlooking the Bay of Biscayne.
Miami Children's Museum
Take your little one to this popular museum. This museum has over 56,500 square feet of space that offers an abundance of hands-on exhibits.
Wynwood is a section of Miami that offers the cuisine, art, and cultural attractions of immigrants from the Caribbean.
Take your kids to the Miami Seaquarium to learn about all of the exotic sea life in the area.
Visit this historic Cuban neighbourhood that offers food, shopping, and cultural attractions.
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