Miami Travel Guide
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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 80%Luxury Travelers
- 72%Business Travelers
- 72%Budget Travelers
- 69%Adventure Travelers
- 66%Local Culture
- 66%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- MiamiMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersFeb 14, 2014
Miami feels more and more like a world-class city, thanks to a revitalized urban core, neighborhoods with distinct personalities, and a new clutch of innovative restaurants and hotels. The Metropolitan by Como debuts in January 2014, but for now, resident restaurateur Jose Mendin, founder of the city’s PubBelly group of eateries, is loyal to the SLS and The Standard. “A lot of locals have memberships at The Standard,” he says. “We use the spa and hang out at the pool.” After hours, you’re likely to find him at Radio. “It started as a popup, and now it’s becoming one of the city’s hottest bars,” he says. For a late-night snack, Mendin heads to La Sandwicherie. “They’re famous for the Italian dressing that they give you with your sandwich—chefs come here to scarf down baguettes at 2am.”Recommended for:
- MiamiMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 12Jul 05, 2014
Great opportunities especially for REIT...Also great tourism and innovation like segway tours I found at Half Price Miami Tours. You can check out some of the cool features here http://www.halfpricetourtickets.com/Recommended for:
- MiamiMember ofWellnessGreen TravelersStudentsAdventure TravelersOct 19, 2013
South Beach's art-deco gems and sultry hotel & club scene, Little Havana's Cuban food and coffee, fish markets on the waterfronts, and weekend trips to the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park - you'll never run out of things to do in Miami. Oh yes, and then there's the beach - just laze all day in the sun.Recommended for:
- MiamiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Oct 17, 2013
Miami is a destination worth visiting in Florida. Due to the large Hispanic community, there's a wonderful and pervasive Latin influence. It's shown through Miami's delicious Cuban restaurants and vibrant salsa nightlife in South Beach.Recommended for:
- MiamiMar 12, 2013
Miami is a vibrant, energetic city, and it's the closest I've been to Havana at this point. From its symphony hall to the outdoor murals and graffiti, Miami offers visitors a cultural smorgasbord. Along with a swimsuit, be sure to pack sunscreen, because it is a sunny city. And if you like sailing, plan to get out on the water.
- MiamiMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Feb 18, 2014
A great city. You can relax on Miami Beach during that day and close down the clubs on the strip at night. If you stay there it is expesnive, but there is delicious food and you will not need a car. Plenty of boutique lodging. Otherwise, the city rolls/sprawls, like Latin America. The vibe is very friendly, Spanish is generally the language of choice, and the deep sea fishing is super fun.
- MiamiSep 30, 2012
I lived in Miami for 14 months and it is definitely an amazing place! Speaking Spanish is obviously a plus but not necessary. There is so much to do and so many places to go you couldn't get bored visiting. The area is full of life and excitement for all ages. To me it is more of a place to visit than live. I'm blessed to have the opportunity to live there for a bit and experience what it has to offer and now know some amazing places to go for future visits. Make this place a must go at least once to enjoy the fun and get a taste of the Miami life.
- MiamiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFoodiesSep 11, 2012
Miami is decent enough, as long as you aren't there around spring break when the town is flooded by teenagers exploring the limits of their alcohol tolerance. I was there just afterwards, with the hangers-on. I had a long layover at the airport, so I stored by bags and took a trip into town to see South Beach and to have lunch. I liked it, and while Miami is nice enough, the people it attracts aren't.
- MiamiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 14, 2012
It's a greats city of United States.
The of the whole World, places, people, food, culture from everywhere.
Here you can find different kinds of museum, restaurants, parks, theatres, shopping centers, cultural events 24 hours a day, parties, amussement parks near the city.
- MiamiJul 05, 2012
To me Miami is the city of neon and plastic, a place where a woman resembling Barbie might pass you on the street. Miami is the LA of the southwest, and an outlier among the rest of Florida. Miami thrives on art, culture, and neon innovation.
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