The area of South Florida stretching from Miami to West Palm Beach packs in an incredible variety of technicolor Americans, from close-knit Jewish communities to club kids and Cuban immigrants. Miami is one of North America’s most popular beach resorts, with fashionable celebrities, tan beach bunnies, funky nightlife and a great gay scene. Art-deco architecture and the addition of art-star ... read more
extravaganza Art Basel Miami Beach once a year mixes with parrots and palm trees to create an atmosphere you may love or hate, but you won’t forget. Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America” for its canals and is itself blessed with white, sandy beaches, while West Palm Beach adds in a bit of green via well-to-do residents and 147 golf courses. Sure, you’ll have to pack some mosquito repellent, but a trip to the Florida Gold Coast and Miami will be an adventure to remember.