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Our team has curated an extensive list of must-see sights, delicious restaurants, exciting events, and hidden gems that you won't find in any guidebook. This is your ultimate guide to discovering all the best that Miami has to offer!

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Previously James Deering’s subtropical winter home in the 1910s, Vizcaya Museum, and Gardens is now a National Historic Landmark and a must-see, accredited museum.

Calle Ocho

The beating heart of Little Havana, Miami's vibrant Cuban-American community. This iconic street is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in experiencing the sights, sounds, and flavors of this unique cultural enclave.

The Bass Museum

Bringing a blend of design, fashion, and architecture to the exhibition space, this contemporary art museum represents the diverse, cultural history of Miami and features four new galleries, a museum store, and a cafe.

Historic Art Deco District

Featuring over 800 exquisite architectural landmarks from the 1920s and beyond. Perfect to explore by foot or bike.

Lincoln Road Mall

This mile-long, pedestrian-only promenade boasts an upbeat and happening street scene with brand-name places to shop, casual to upscale spots to dine, and more.

Joe's Stone Crab

An iconic destination in Miami Beach for delicious stone crabs, which are harvested locally. Its reputation for high-quality seafood and excellent service has made it a Miami Beach institution

EspaƱola Way

Española Way was built to serve as an artists’ colony, modeled after romantic Mediterranean villages in France and Spain. Lined with dozens of restaurants and sidewalk cafes, you're sure to find something to enjoy.

LIV at Fontaine Bleau

One of the most exclusive clubs in Miami, expect to rub shoulders with a high-profile guest list, from Paris Hilton to Calvin Harris, and dance to the beats and bold sounds of hip hop and rock.