What to see in Miami, an itinerary including the main places of interest in this US city of Florida, with beautiful beaches.
Located in the southeastern end of the United States, in the state of Florida, Miami enjoys a favorable climate for most of the year and, especially for this reason, it is a highly sought after tourist destination.
Its beaches are known all over the world and highly photographed, especially used by model agency photographers for their photo shoots.
The city has welcomed many immigrants, especially Cubans, who arrived en masse after the 1959 Revolution and the Spanish language is more widely spoken than the English one.
Very interesting is the Art Deco district, built in the 1920s and characterized by pastel colored houses, with palm trees and flowers that make the atmosphere very pleasant.
This neighborhood is located in the southwestern part of Miami Beach, which is located in front of the coast of the city of Miami, on an island that can also be reached by the Intracoastal Waterway, a spectacular highway over the water.
In addition to Miami Beach, it is also worth visiting other neighborhoods, including Downtown, which is a residential neighborhood, Little Havana, which houses the Cuban exiles, Coral Gables, with beautiful villas, and Coconut Grove.
To visit the Art Museum and the Miami Aquarium Zoo as well as other tourist attractions such as the Duck Tour which includes a ride on an amphibious vehicle.
It is convenient to buy the Miami Card, a card that includes admission to various museums and other interesting places.
An interesting visit could be to the Everglades Natural Park, the realm of alligators, not far from Miami.
The Florida Keys are located south of Miami and are a group of tropical islands connected to each other and to Miami by the legendary state that offers an exceptional panorama.Recommended readings
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The last island is Key West, famous because Ernest Hemingway lived there, reachable by bus with about 5 hours of travel or by air flight.