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Miami, Florida

Mini Guide

Where to eat, stay, shop and explore in Miami, Florida.

Welcome to Miami! This sun-soaked destination has long been a haven for beach lovers who flock to Miami Beach and South Beach. But there’s so much more beyond the sand and the waves. Miami is distinctly unique–from its Cuban cultural connections in Little Havana, to its gritty street art in Wynwood, adventures in the countryside of South Dade and food that will have you thinking about your next trip back with every bite. Here’s why Miami should be your Next Destination. 


Arlo Wynwood Miami

2217 NW Miami Ct, Miami, FL 33127
Arts, eats (and drinks) and activities intersect at one of the city’s newest hotels located in the heart of the Wynwood neighbourhood.


The Seatai Hotel

2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
East meets West at this luxurious South Beach property that puts you within walking distance of the area’s unique shopping, dining, cultural, and nightlife experiences.


A Graffiti Tour
Working artists guide you through the most recognized public arts district in the world, sharing the area’s stunning street art creations and even offering to show you how it’s done with a graffiti crash course.


The Wynwood Walls, 2516 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
Step inside the walls of this modern street art museum that has captured worldwide attention and inspired an urban revitalization.


The Museum of Graffiti

276 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127
Formed to preserve graffiti’s history and celebrate its impact on society, the Museum of Graffiti is a world first and features an indoor exhibition space, 11 exterior murals, a fine art gallery, and a gift shop boasting collectible items from the world’s most talented graffiti artists.


MaryGold’s, 2217 NW Miami Ct, Miami, FL 33127
If the kudos of Best Chef and Best New U.S. Cocktail Bar pique your interest, the Arlo’s MaryGold’s should be on your culinary calendar.


A Fish Called Avalon, 700 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Three-plus decades of culinary excellence await you at this celebrated oceanside Art Deco District spot noted for its celebrated cuisine, exemplary service and the freshest seafood delivered daily.


News Cafe, 800 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Immerse yourself in cuisine culture at this iconic South Beach American-Italian cafe known for its all-day breakfast, signature drinks, and steeped history.


DOYA, 347 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127
A proud recipient of the MICHELIN Guide’s Bib Gourmand, DOYA is a modern Aegean Meze + Bar restaurant that brings the Meze culture from Greece and Turkey to Miami through delicious food and drink.


Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen
In Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighbourhood you’ll discover this chic, Israeli-inspired gastronomic experience unlike any other.


Bike and Roll through Miami, 210 10th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Rent a bike or strap on a set of rollerblades to explore the South Beach area and beyond on your own or with a guided tour (note: guided segway tours are also available).


Everglades Alligator Farm, 40351 SW 192nd Ave, Homestead, FL 33034
Take in the stunning scenery of the Everglades from aboard a thrilling airboat ride.


Monkey Jungle, 14805 SW 216th St. Miami, FL 33170
A short drive from the concrete jungle of downtown Miami brings you to a natural subtropical forest in southern Miami-Dade County where an eco-show park and discovery center brings wildlife to your fingertips.


Schnebly Redland’s Winery, 30205 SW 217th Ave, Homestead, FL 33030
Tropical fruit wines in a tropical setting would be too simple a description for the country’s southernmost winery. Wine tastings, local beers, farm-to-table eats, live entertainment and more are on tap in this paradisiacal setting.


Little Havana Walking Tour

Soak up (and taste!) everything the Cuban culture of Little Havana has to offer as you tour through Domino Park, make a stop at the historic Ball & Chain, smell the cigars of the Little Havana Cigar Factory, and savour the sweet treats of the Azucar Ice Cream Company.

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Robert Is Here

19200 SW 344th St, Homestead, FL 33034
Whether it’s Senior or Junior, you will find that Robert is indeed here (or there). The family-owned and -operated fruit stand in Homestead, Florida dates back more than 50 years and specializes in rare and exotic fruits and vegetables, mostly grown on their own family farms. What began as a roadside stand has evolved into a popular tourist destination. Hot tip: DO NOT leave without trying one of their fresh fruit milkshakes.

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