Gateway to the United States, Miami is much cooler than that image of gentlemen and ladies escaping winter under Florida's sun, playing chess on the sidewalks or small talk at the door of Miami Beach's art deco style houses.

21st century Miami is alive, vibrant, young. And as those who live there say: “there is a lot of life besides Miami Beach”. Doing justice to the old neighborhood, the walks around, with bars, restaurants, and luxurious hotels that overlook the white sand beach.

A well-balanced combination of beach and city, art and culture, impeccable stay, and haute cuisine of different accents, nightlife, and peaceful life, can surprise anyone who has not visited the city in some time.

Divided into sections with very characteristic profiles, it is not difficult to choose whether you are more Coral Gable, Brickell, Coconut Grove, South Beach or Fisher Island, the island of millionaires, accessible by ferry and with very controlled entry.

Everything is there (and a little more), for you to choose: house facing the sea, to the canals, in a closed condominium? Or gigantic buildings, with apartments many meters long, and spectacular balconies facing the sea?



Like every major city in the United States, Miami has everything anyone could need, in addition to pharmacies, hospitals, and consulates.

  • Museums: Villa Viscaya Museum & Garden, the Pérez Art Museum Miami, ICA, History Miami, Frost Science, Miami Children's Museum
  • Theaters: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (home to the Florida Grand Opera, Miami Symphony Orchestra and Miami City Ballet)
  • Galleries: Art Basel takes place in the Art Deco district Miami Beach
  • Malls: Bal Harbor, Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gable, Aventura Mall
  • Markets: The best market is the one close to your home, but take note of the tips: Bayside Marketplace, Los Pinareños Fruteria (in Little Havana), Target and Walmart (huge and very complete); Whole Foods and Epicure Market (organic and natural), Publix (on Biscayne Boulevard)
  • Churches: For all creeds: Gesu Catholic Church, Ermita de la Caridad, St. Patrick Catholic Church
  • Movie theaters: Megaplexes: Regio South Beach 18 Stadium & IMAX (on Lincoln Road), AMC 24 (at Sunset Place) and Aventura and Cobb Miami Lakes17 Premiums: Cinebistro at Dolphin Mall and Cinepolis Coconut Grove, Cinema Drive-in Blue Starlite
  • Schools: American Heritage School, Pine Crest School, Gulliver Preparatory School Hotels: The Setai (in Miami Beach); The Villa Casa Casuarina (the address of Gianni Versace); Faena Hotel Miami; Acqualina Resort & Residence; Mandarin Oriental (on Brickell Key); Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club; Mr. C., (from the newly opened Cipriani group in Coconut Grove)


Known for the variety of restaurants and flavors that spread throughout the city, Miami has a long checklist…

  • Most known:
  • Joes Stone Crab, giant crabs from Alaska
  • Zuma, considered one of the best Japanese in the world, while Komodo serves the best food in South Asia
  • Biltmore Sunday Champagne Brunch, for brunch
  • Le Buchon du Grove is the best French
  • At Graziano's, good Argentine meats are eaten
  • Café Abracci, Italian, with sidewalk tables
  • Old Lisbon serves delicious Portuguese cuisine
  • Typical, of those that only Americans attend:
  • Montys of Coconut Grove, which sits on the water's edge and has divine seafood
  • Shortys, at South Dixie HWY, with fun community tables
  • Less known:
  • Salumeria
  • Farinelli's Pizzeria in Coconut Grove, a place to meet NBA athletes
  • Seafood at Sapore di Mare
  • The wonderful meat from Hillstone, full of nice people, who always asks for a reservation
  • To sip:
  • Cleveland Drive and Clevelander Bar
  • The Abbey Pub Bar (dozens of beers)
  • The Standard Bar (across Biscayne Bay)


Due to the pleasant temperature, Miami is a city of outdoor sports, which go beyond walking or diving in the sea:

  • Sport: Fishing (boat rental in Haulover Park), Kite-surfing at Matheson Hammock Park (rental and tuition), Snorkeling and diving on the coral reefs of Biscayne Bay
  • Outdoors: bike rides on the flat streets, visit to the city's 80 parks
  • Museums: beautiful Villa Viscaya (house-museum by the sea), Museum Park (where the Perez Art Museum, specialized in Latin art is located), Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science (has a planetarium with 3D projections and a circular aquarium full of sharks)
  • Art: strolling through the Design District discovering pearls of contemporary art, white box that houses the De La Cruz Collection, exhibits from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Museum Garage (facades painted by different artists), NW 2nd Avenue (Wynwood's busiest street, where the famous Wynwood Walls graffiti walls, private collections from The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and Rubell Family Collection galleries)
  • History and culture: strolling through Little Havana and Little Haiti can be a good time for those who like to know the local roots


A shopping paradise, Miami brings together the two sides of the same coin: on one hand, high-standards designer stores; on the other, outlets that sell stocks of some brands, electronics, computers, cell phones ...

  • Brands such as Prada, Chanel, Dolce & Gabanna, Dior, Bulgari, Armani, Gucci Hèrmes, Versace, Tiffany, Louis Vuitton, as well as department stores, such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus (Bal Harbor, Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gable, Aventura Mall, the largest of malls)
  • The stretch of Collins Avenue, which is between 6th and 9th, has cool hotels, with boutiques, cafes, cigars
  • Outlets: The Falls, all open, Dadeland Mall, Kendall Drive, or Sawgrass, a little further away, in Fort Lauderdale, the largest of them
  • Art: Design District full of galleries with the best of contemporary art; Wynewood Art District, a funky neighborhood, has famous graffiti walls and many art galleries

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