Miami Travel Guide

South Beach is usually the first place people think of when it comes to Miami; famous for its turquoise Atlantic shoreline, architecture and pulsating nightlife. While this portrait is accurate, Miami is in the midst of a decade-long cultural renaissance. Neighborhoods such as Wynwood, Little Haiti and Little Havana have injected the city with newfound energy, buzzing homegrown restaurants and hipster bars.

El Carajo

El Carajo

El Carajo has been serving the very best traditional Spanish tapas and an international selection of over 2,000 of the world's best wines since 1981. Experts in their field and with an in-house sommelier, they will recommend the perfect wine pairing for your meal.

Sunset Harbour

Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • AddressMiami Beach, FL 33139, USA

This is where the South Beach locals like to hang out. A small neighborhood that overlooks Biscayne Bay, it is filled with a wide range of stores, bars, and restaurants. Once you park in the central parking lot, you can easily walk to discover the best little places in the area. Feeling a little hungry? Check out Pubbelly Sushi for something a little creative, or Icebox to treat yourself to some amazing cake by the slice. If you’re in the mood for a special drink, the Purdy Lounge is a good choice for an elegant atmosphere.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

With free admission, an alluring location in the stylish Design District and cutting-edge contemporary art, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami is a must-visit for anyone who wants a taste of the latest in Miami culture.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort

Perched on the edge of North Beach, Carillon Miami Wellness Resort offers stunning views accompanied by the sound of beach waves. They offer a wide range of services - spas, private fitness classes, golfing on a secluded island in Biscayne Bay, or exploring the Oleta River State Park by water, to allow you to enjoy innovative wellness and balanced indulgence all at once in a beachfront setting.

The Kampong

National Tropical Botanical Garden

The Kampong, one of five gardens of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, is the former estate of legendary explorer and plant collector Dr. David Fairchild. Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Miami, The Kampong boasts collections of exotic fruit and flowering trees and shrubs, many collected by Fairchild himself in Southeast Asia, Central and South America, and other tropical locales.

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