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The best places to visit in Miami (2022)

Miami is known for being the city of business, as Latinos and Americans often move to this Florida city to undertake new projects. This metropolis is perfect if you want to enjoy a paradise with lush nature, watch unforgettable sunsets on the beach and visit some of the most luxurious stores.

  1. Art Deco

If you want some pictures, you must visit Art Deco. This historic architectural district is located at the southern end of South Beach, the Art Deco style gives a certain glamour to the area, because thanks to the infrastructure with straight lines, spheres and cubes, it manages to impact anyone who passes through the sector.

This sector has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979.

2. Miami Beach

Iconic and idyllic Miami Beach will be perfect for tanning, sports and sunsets, as it has some of the most beautiful beaches. If you want to surf, we recommend you to go to Crandon Park; but if you want to enjoy the nightlife and fun bars, you should go to Ocean Drive.

3. Miami Seaquarium

Photo from Instagram @miamiseaquarium_.

Iconic and idyllic Miami Beach will be perfect for tanning, sports and sunsets, as it has some of the most beautiful beaches. If you want to surf, we recommend you to go to Crandon Park; but if you want to enjoy the nightlife and fun bars, you should go to Ocean Drive.

4. Mignonette

Mignotte Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in Miami, its creator is Chef Daniel Serfer, who describes his cuisine as “simple and delicious”. In addition, he assures that in this restaurant they have the capacity to oscillate between traditional and informal American homemade dishes, to first class elegant meals. Serfer is a pioneer in the city and is looking to take the Edgewater area to the next culinary level.

5. Sma House Davie

Photo from Instagram @thesmashithouse

Why not take some stress out and break a couple of things at Sma House Davie? This company has two slogans “This is the only adult entertainment where you are encouraged to legally smash sh**!” and “We’re like yoga, but with sledgehammers!”. You’ll just have to pick a weapon from the place to start smashing everything in the room you paid for. If you are interested, this place is located in South Florida in Miami Dade.

You can go to this activity alone, with a partner, group of friends or family; the only thing is that you cannot enter with children under 14 years of age.

6. Everglades National Park

If your middle name is ‘Adventure’ and your last name is ‘Adrenaline’, going to Everglades National Park is for you. This park is the largest subtropical desert in the United States and is recognized as an International Biosphere Reserve.

Everglades offers different scenarios, but one of the most attractive for the “brave” is to go to see alligators and crocodiles.

7. Museo y Jardines Vizcaya

North of Coconut Grove is the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, with its Italian Renaissance structure, as if taking us back to the 16th century, this place allows you to feel like royalty. You can visit the lobby, the pantry, the music room; in the garden you will see the ponds, waterfalls and vegetation in general.

8. Makoto

If you are in Miami and are looking for good sushi, you can’t miss Makoto, the restaurant run by a true master of Edomae-style food, Okuwa. According to Restaurant Business Online, this venture is among the top 100 independent businesses in the United States.

9. Junkie Ride

This boat ride is one of Miami’s tourist attractions, it lasts 30 minutes, is full of adrenaline and speed. The plan is to navigate through the magnificent blue waters, make 360-degree turns thanks to two turbines, learn about the coastal buildings and listen to the best music of the moment.

10. Broken Shaker

At Tales of Cocktail’s Best American Hotel Bar, you can sample Broken Shaker’s handcrafted cocktails, which are blended with herbal infusions, garden spices, syrups and exotic seasonal elixirs; these are gathered from around the world, allowing you to sample a bit of each country without leaving Miami.

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