Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Visit the Miami art museumMiami is full of things to see and do. We have selected the top 8 essential things to do for a top Miami vacation. Take a look at the list and get inspired: your trip to Miami is about to begin!

1-Have fun on an excursion to Everglades National park

The wonderful Everglades National Park is only 45 minutes from the center of Miami, which means that you have no excuse not to visit this beautiful and very famous tropical park. The best way to explore it and to see crocodiles, marshes and delicate and incredible ecosystems is on board one of the unforgettable boat safaris: the adventure begins! This wonderful park is a stop not to be missed, you can also take a ride with your children!

Alligators-in-Everglades-National-Park-Florida - Travel Off Path

2-Visit Jungle Island

Exotic animals and many varieties of parrots have their home on Jungle Island, on the island of Watson halfway between Miami and Miami Beach. The zoological park hosts hundreds of birds with bright colors that seem to be combined with the shades of the Miami buildings; also there is another symbol of the city, the flamingo!

3-Dive in and visit the Neptune Memorial Reef submarine museum

Unique underwater museum in the world, the Neptune Memorial Reef extends over ocean floors about 5 km away from the shore of Key Biscayne. Designed by a private company both as a home for marine life and as a destination for divers, its statues and gates are covered with corals creating an atmosphere worthy of Atlantis. If you like to dive and at the same time admire fantastic works of art this museum is perfect for you.

Miami, Florida Cremation Scattering | Neptune Memorial Cremation Reef

4-Take a walk in South Beach

Known as SoBe by local people, South Beach is the most famous and beautiful part of the city. Miles of white sand, chiringuitos, beautiful art deco houses, lifeguards, shops and excellent restaurants await you. Don’t forget to walk along the famous Ocean Drive, where vintage cars pass at any time of the day. This stop cannot be missing from your list of things to do in Miami, for the simple reason that a walk on this fantastic beach will make you relax.

5-Visit the Miami art museum

The Miami Museum of Art or Pérez Art Museum Miami is one of the places of interest in the city. Located opposite Biscayne Bay in the beautiful Bicentennial Park, the museum building is already a work of art. It was designed by the famous architects Herzog & de Meuron and is one of the most photographed buildings in Miami for its splendid vertical garden. If you open art or want to take fantastic photos this museum is one of the stops that I recommend.

Pérez Art Museum di Miami: guida alla visita e info su biglietti

6-Stroll in Bayfront Park

In Miami one of the places of interest is this park located in the heart of the city. Close to Biscayne bay, you can stroll enjoying the sea breeze and the shade of palm trees, while contemplating the spectacular skyscrapers of the center. The most popular part is usually the one surrounding the park’s large fountain and there are always interesting events in the area. A walk in this park could make a difference in your trip.

7-See the coral castle 

One of the most curious places to visit in Miami is Coral Castle, a very strange stone structure that Edward Leedskalnin created from megalithic stones, especially coral limestone. A place that attracts many people thanks to its particular design. And if the days of your trip are enough, know that there are many things to see in Florida and not only in Miami.

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Il mistero di Coral Castle - Istituto Europeo del Turismo

8-Go shopping in Miami

Don’t forget shopping! In Miami you will be spoiled for choice, given the wide availability of shops of all kinds and for every budget! Of course, fans will want to make some purchases in one of the more than 100 places on the Bayside Marketplace, in Downtown, but it’s not the only shopping area in which to shop. In South Beach, Lincoln Road, once called the “Fifth Avenue of the South”, to which the Design District competes today is worth a visit. In Coconut Grove, the small CocoWalk is noteworthy, in Coral Gables you can wander through the windows of the Miracle Mile, a short stretch of road that interrupts the magical Banyan Line of Coral Way.

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