You can’t go to Miami without going to the beach. Miami has a lovely white sand beach and clear seas with the iconic Miami lifeguard.
South Beach is a busy and enjoyable beach where you may watch people. However, if you’re searching for a more peaceful setting, I recommend heading north to the mid-coast.
The northern beaches offer hotel guests their seats, but chairs and cabanas may be rented for approximately $25.
Prepare your beach days in advance. Bring some water and food since there isn’t often food immediately on the beach. However, Le Sandwicherie, two blocks from the beach, offers a beautiful (huge) sandwich and fresh juice combination.
WYNWOOD THE ART DISTRICT
This is a must if you enjoy street art! The gritty yet appealing neighborhood of Wynwood is located just outside Miami Beach and features unique street art paintings.
The art extends beyond a couple of blocks in each direction from “Wynwood Walls,” divided into distinct areas for the murals. So keep your feet on the ground and pay attention to where the artistic expression reaches along the sidewalks!
Coyo Taco is a beautiful place to stop for tacos if you’re in a hurry and the area. It’s a fast-casual restaurant with fantastic tacos.
Architecture and history enthusiasts take note. You can visit the James Deering Italian villa and estate in Miami, which dates from the 1920s. The architecture and grounds of Vizcaya are fantastic, but the backstory behind this castle intrigues me the most.
The house’s architecture is a reflection of Mr. Deering’s numerous guest rooms, many of which he had built himself. Then there’s his bedroom, which has a door that leads to one particular guest room, which remains a mystery.
It’s worth a trip since his tale reminds me so much of The Great Gatsby.
WHERE TO EAT AND DRINK IN MIAMI:
Cecconi’s is one of my favorite restaurants in Miami for a special evening out. The best place to dine beneath the stars is at this open-air restaurant with a romantic ambiance, which serves delectable cuisine that tastes as good as it looks.
The Time Out Market Miami is a brand new food and beverage marketplace that began in Lisbon, Portugal. It’s a great approach to try out Miami’s cuisine in one location.
Whatever cuisine you like, there will be something to satisfy your hunger. Also, make the most of the spacious open area for dining.
Juvia: Take in the panoramic views of Miami Beach at Juvia, a rooftop Japanese-Peruvian Restaurant on Lincoln Road.
Situated at the heart of Redlands, you’ll be minutes from everything this city has to offer. First, both dine and drop by for some delicious cocktails. Then, come in for a happy hour for cocktail and meal specials!
Broken Shaker: The Broken Shaker is recognized for its creative cocktail program, with locations now open in the United States, including Chicago and New York. For a fun night out in Miami, grab a drink in the open-air courtyard.
Bodega: One of Miami’s most popular places for a drink!
This popular restaurant has a fantastic happy hour with drink specials and $2 tacos. On the other hand, Bodega is well-known for its lively late-night bar culture.
WHERE TO STAY IN MIAMI?
Are you looking to find a place to stay in Miami? The website of Luxury Rentals Miami Beach has a lot of different condo’s, villa’s and Miami mansion rentals available!
Take a look at their website here.