Best Miami Attractions[2023]

Española Way

Imagine you're walking around a European resort, going in and out of cafes or sitting down to dine al fresco. Now imagine all of this happening on South Beach along Española Way.

Wynwood Walls

This outdoor street art park was launched during Art Basel in 2009 and has since become an anchoring institution of the hugely popular arts district.

Calle Ocho

Famous for its strong coffee, delicious food, music and cigars, Little Havana is one of Miami's busiest and most iconic destinations.

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Built by Chicago legend James Deering as his winter estate, this sprawling waterfront mansion has been the site of many weddings and quinceanera photoshoots.

Venetian Pool

The only public pool in the city worth the amount of chlorine it contains, the Venetian Pool, first designed in 1923 by Coral Gables mastermind George Merrick.

Miami Seaquarium

For decades, children of all ages have learned all about Florida's array of sea creatures through a visit to this Key Biscayne attraction. This is the place.

Everglades National Park

There are many ways to explore the Everglades but a boat tour tops the list for a fun outing. Local on one of the daily, 90-minute tours.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Beautiful gardens are hard to come by in sweltering Miami heat, so we're extra grateful for places like Fairchild, whose hardworking groundskeepers.

Biscayne National Underwater Park

With almost its entire surface being under water, Biscayne National Park is truly one of a kind. Glass-bottom boat tour, canoe or even better snorkeling.

Jungle Island

Located on Watson Island between South Beach and mainland Miami, Jungle Island is a sanctuary for birds, exotic animals, and local wildlife. lush green facilities a unique.

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