With great, luxurious beaches, unparalleled nightlife, top restaurants, amazing culture, and mouthwatering cuisine, Miami is one of the most popular vacation destinations in South Florida. When visiting Miami, you get the complete experience of enjoying bars, cafés, nightlife, art, and culture.
With many historic places and state-of-the-art museums, Miami takes you on a full-blown ride-down history. If you’re heading to The Magic City any time soon, there are some places you should visit to get your daily dose of art and culture.
In this blog, we’ll list some of our favorite Miami tourist attractions and why they should be on top of your list too.
Wynwood Walls Street Art
When you think of Miami, art isn’t one of the first things that come to mind but you’ll be surprised by all the vibrancy and life the city has.
Wynwood is a warehouse district with extremely drab warehouse exteriors that have now been turned colorful and vibrant with graffiti art. Most of the Wynwood Walls are plastered with street art, making it a fun location to see and click pictures at.
Bringing new life to the area and an even better reputation to Miami, the Wynwood Walls street art cover more than 80,000 square feet. If you’re a fan of giant bright murals, this is the place for you.
Little Havana, more commonly known as the Cuban district and area of Miami, is one of the most culturally diverse tourist attractions you’ll ever come across. It is known for its amazing restaurants, specialty food shops, street food, music, and much more.
At Little Havana, you can see many locals enjoying each other’s company and socializing as you cruise through the streets and get yourself some mouthwatering foods. If culture isn’t the only thing that’ll lure you to this Cuban district, then Little Havana also has some jaw-dropping murals many tourists love to visit.
When visiting Miami in March, be sure to catch the Calle Ocho Festival that brings together a wide variety of Latin American cultures in one space.
Art Deco Historic District
Art and history, both in one location at the Art Deco history district. Even when you’re interested in hitting up Miami Beach, we’d suggest you check out the Art Deco Historic District and everything it has to offer.
The Art Deco Historic District is known for its 1930s and 40s architectural style that makes all the buildings in this area extremely unique and truly one of a kind. Some of these historic buildings are still up and running as exquisite hotels you might want to stay at. Delano South Beach and National Hotel Miami Beach are some great options if you’re looking for hotels in Miami Beach.
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