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Insider Travel Guide to Miami

From the pastel curves of South Beach’s Art Deco District to the vibrant harmonies of Little Havana, Miami is a feast for the senses. Take in Wynwood’s eye-popping murals and the boundless views from Miami Beach. Catch Spanish music on Calle Ocho and a freshly baked arepa on Lincoln Road. Let the white-sand beaches call you to The Magic City. Every neighborhood offers an unmissable experience, from the opulent shops of the Design District to the new development of Little River. Though known for decadent South Beach, Miami is a treasure trove of varied adventure and culture.

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The Best of Miami Tourism

A trip to Miami would be incomplete without a stop at Little Havana’s Versailles. Beachgoers should head to Miami Beach, where luxury hotels like the One Hotel and Edition offer stunning views. A trip along Ocean Drive is replete with the candy-colored buildings and cars featured in Hollywood classics. Just north of Downtown sits the Pérez Art Museum. And just south of the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens springs the exuberant greenery of the oldest inhabited neighborhood in Miami, Coconut Grove.

Neighborhoods in Miami