Miami for the First Timer

Posted by on 23rd Dec 2015

Miami for the First Timer

Things To See in Miami

Miami’s sultry weather is not just what attracts vacationers throughout the year. Thanks to a distinct Latin

influence and spicy salsa culture the city’s nightlife reaches melting point. From fine dining restaurants to

trendy nightclubs, Cuban sandwiches in Little Havana, and Art Deco attractions, there so much more to Miami

that is sure to keep you entertained.

If you are in Miami for the first time, you may feel overwhelmed at all that you can possibly do. But, with some

planning, you can cover most places and have a fun filled trip. Start by listing what interests you most. If you

are an art lover, you will enjoy a visit to the many museums and art galleries in the city.

On the other hand, if you want to spend a quiet evening and savor nature, head out on a sunset cruise. There is

something for everyone in Miami and that is what makes it a haven for tourists for all types. So let’s start with

something for art lovers.

Art Deco District: This district takes you back to an old time era with majestic pastel colored restored Art

Deco buildings. Many of these buildings have outdoor dining areas with a beautiful view of the beach and

ocean. There are over 800 historic buildings from the 1920s to the 1940s that feature a variety of architectural

styles. There are several biking and walking tours available. Walking tours are scheduled every day at 10:30 am

and depart from the Art Deco Welcome Center on Ocean Drive. The center also organizes an evening tour on

Thursdays at 6:30 pm.

South Beach: South Beach is that stretch of the beach where Art deco buildings line the waterfront street.

Summers see hundreds of tourists flocking to take a refreshing dip in the pristine and sparkling waters of this

beach so you could always join them. Popularly known as SoBe, it is the embodiment of excess, a nightlife that

never ends, pristine shores, and more. That allows you to spend enough time to taste the best martinis, soak in

the sun and sand, marvel at art and architecture, hang out with wonderful people, and stay at a boutique hotel.

Bayside market: In every family, there is someone who is a shopper at heart. The marketplace is for those of

you who would love to go back home without a bagful of curios. Over 150 shops, cafés, and restaurants, in this

marketplace draw not just shopaholics but also locals. Once you are done with your shopping you can hop onto

a water taxi to return to your hotel or for a quick trip around Miami and back.

Open top Double Decker Tours: If you want a different perspective of Miami and wish to make the most of

the sights and sounds of the city, an Open top city tour could be right up your alley. These tours cover just about

everything there is to see with the main hubs being Downtown Miami, SoBe, and Coconut Grove.

If this is your first visit our tour planners would be obliged to help you make the most of your Miami vacation.

All you need is to call or email us and we will get started on an awesome yet affordable package to suit your

budget and style best.

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