South Beach is known worldwide for its party atmosphere and people-watching, but Miami's lesser-known beaches also cater to all different interests. Hobie Beach is dog-friendly. Fishing is welcome at Sunny Isles Beach. Crandon Park Beach has a family amusement center. Clothing is optional at Haulover Beach.Learn More
Miami is a cultural melting pot and exploring its neighborhoods is the best way to experience this. Little Haiti is home to art galleries, Haitian music and book stores, as well as Haitian dance performances. Wynwood has become an arts hub, with murals and street art as well as more than 70 galleries and museums.Learn More
Dining hot spot.
Travel + Leisure says that “Miami has become one of America’s most dynamic restaurant cities.” With new restaurants popping up every month, visitors will be spoiled for choice. While Cuban fare is still king, expect a trend of fusion cuisine of Asian, French, American and Latin influences.Learn More
Miami's sophisticated arts and culture scene hosts Art Basel in America annually (Dec. 1-4), when global galleries showcase modern works around the city. Art is available year-round -- tour the Wynwood Arts District with an Art Walk (second Saturday, monthly) or check out Pérez Art Museum Miami.Learn More
Less than an hour southwest of Miami is Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S. and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors glide along the water on an airboat tour seeing various wildlife, including threatened and endangered species such as the manatee, American crocodile and the Florida panther.Learn More