Things to do in Miami: Excursions – Tours – Activities
Many Activities to choose from!
Miami, located on the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida, is worldwide known for its year-round warm weather, pristine beaches, exuberant nightlife, luxurious resorts & sunshine! This Florida city is a major hub & leader in international trade, finance, commerce, but also culture, media, arts and entertainment. Miami’s metro area, with a population of around 5.5 millions, is the 8th most populous area in the USA. Miami is also renowned for its cruise terminal; the Port of Miami is the largest cruise passenger port in the world, so it’s not just a case that Miami is doubled “Cruise Capital of the World”. Miami offers an eclectic mix of cultures, especially from South America, architecture-styles, spanning from Art-Deco to Modern, eclectic arts & more. The city also features a unique urban development, with the Downtown area and its tall modern skyscrapers, Coral Gables and Coconut Groves and their mansions and well-kept lawns, South Beach and its Art-Deco District, Little Havana and its Cuban influences, Wynwood and the Design District with their graffiti and art-galleries and so on. As you can see, Miami offers an incredible variety of activities to perform and attractions to visit. From soaking up the sun, to sightseeing these diverse neighborhoods, discovering new cultures, shopping, dining and last but definitely not least discovering the National Park and the incredible ecosystem known as the Everglades!
Miami: Map, Quick Facts, and Weather
South Florida and Miami are famous worldwide for their tropical climate, featuring hot, rainy, humid summers, and short, dry, warm winters, making Miami and South Florida a top most-visited destination not only for international visitors but also for northern Americans and Canadians looking for a break from their long cold winters! Miami offers a wide selection of resorts and hotels, from budget-style accommodation to luxurious, and many hotels are located right on the beach and feature large swimming pools, tropical gardens, Spas, gyms, restaurants & more! In Miami you can have a Caribbean-style vacation in a large American metropolis setting. It’s recommended you take few ‘breaks” from the sun and the sea to visit this diverse city, its top neighborhoods and also to adventure, for a day or two, down to the Keys and to the Everglades National Park to explore this unique and incredible ecosystem only found in Florida. (And of course the Alligators!)