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Welcome to Miami....
Miami is one of the most visited cities in the States and has many different qualities to offer from its all year round sunny weather and golden beaches to its Art Deco buildings and lively nightlife. You will never be disappointed with your stay or run out of things to do. The city can be fun for all ages and offers a diverse culture, which is itching to be explored. Why not check out the Cuban culture of Little Havana or the Caribbean culture of Little Haiti and see how they have diverged into the American way of life. The whole ambience of Miami is influenced by the different cultures, which creates a unique mixture of food, events, and arts and crafts waiting to be explored. The peak season for Miami is from October to January, when the weather is still hot but bearable and the risk of hurricanes are low.

All Night Long!
Miami may draw in its tourists for its fabulous weather and golden sandy beaches, but the nightlife is one aspect of the city that draws everyone out to witness. The nightlife is exceptional to experience and South Beach is the place to be from dusk to dawn. The popular places to be seen can change in the fickle nightclub world, but wherever you end up, you will not be disappointed. Nikki Beach (located on South Beach) is a trendy spot to have a complete Miami club experience. During the day you can enjoy the beach spa and sun beds but at night, everyone moves inside for the party. Looking for a night out with a difference, why not head to Mango’s Tropical Cafe on Ocean Drive, South Beach? Arrive early to enjoy a meal and a few drinks and dance the night away. Mango’s is a place with a difference, staff dance on the tables and as midnight comes around the place features a special Rio show. If heading out onto the town is not for you, many of the hotels in Miami provide their own bar or rooftop terrace to enjoy a few cheeky mojito’s in the comfort of your accommodation.

There’s More to Miami than the Mojito’s
There is always something to see and do in Miami, and its various tourist attractions will keep you busy from the start to the end of your stay. The Zoo Miami is a great way to enjoy some sightseeing with a difference. The zoo houses over 2,000 animals in large open air cages throughout the 360 acres, allowing tourists to witness animals in their natural habitats and give the feeling of being on a safari. The Everglades National Park is also well worth a day visit to explore the beautiful nature and wildlife. The park is one of the largest national parks in Florida and features swamps, marshes and many different types of wildlife including alligators and birds. If a taste of culture is what you’re after, then head down to the Little Havana Art District (located on Calle Ocho). The area may be small but houses one of the greatest collections of Latin American art, with many different art galleries worth a visit.

Come Dine with Me, Miami Style
Dining out in Miami will leave you spoilt for choice, from basic snack bars and coffee shops to gourmet and high class restaurants. The city is very diverse, so to be known for one particular type of food would be difficult to judge. Many of the restaurants are open for 24 hours and provide excellent value for money. If you’re looking for a quick snack, the well-known delights of the numerous street vendors will satisfy your taste buds. Wanting that all American experience of the fast food delights? You will not leave disappointed with many of the fast food outlets serving the typical burgers, pizza and sandwiches. Prime 112 (Ocean Drive, South Beach) provides an upscale dining experience for those true steak lovers. The restaurant proves to be popular and reservations are recommended but go on an empty stomach as it will be filled by the time you leave. The large Cuban population in Miami brings no surprise to the many family run restaurants offering large lunches and dinners at inexpensive prices.

Sun, Sea, Sand....
The beaches of Miami are what set it apart from other cities in America and are one of the main reasons why many tourists visit time and time again. The most well known beach in Miami is South Beach or SoBe known to the locals, which offers every amenity needed to enjoy a relaxing day soaking up the rays. The Crandon Park Beach, in the Key Biscayne area, is a popular choice with the tourists and provides not only the golden sands but also 500 acres of parkland full of picnic areas, roller skating areas, amusements, sports fields, children’s playground and an 18-hole golf course.

A Spot of Retail Therapy Anyone?
For those of you looking to enjoy some retail therapy with the excellent exchange rates on offer to the States, Miami has many different areas and shopping districts to choose from. Miracle Mile (located in Coral Gables) is one of the major shopping regions in Miami and offers shopping for any tastes. Fashion boutiques, designer stores, antiques, jewellery and independent retailers can all be found on the Miracle Mile. The Bayside Marketplace (located in Downtown Miami) offers more than the shopping experience and proves to be a popular place to eat, drink and be fully entertained. The marketplace is enjoyed by tourists and locals alike and houses over 100 shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants to suit any tastes as well as nightly entertainment featuring some of Miami’s best bands.

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