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Queé hacer en Miami

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Neighborhoods to Visit 

 These neighborhoods offer a variety of experiences, from urban excitement to beachside relaxation

Coral Gables: A charming city southwest of Miami known for its historic architecture, upscale shops, and cultural venues.


Coconut Grove: Located south of downtown Miami, it's a bohemian neighborhood with parks, marinas, and a laid-back atmosphere.


Key Biscayne: An island town southeast of Miami with beautiful beaches, parks, and a relaxed island vibe.

Miami Beach: Just east of Miami, famous for its sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife, and iconic Art Deco architecture.

Doral: Located northwest of Miami, known for its diverse community of mostly Venezuelans, golf courses, and shopping centers, and Venezuelan food.


Aventura: Northeast of Miami, Aventura offers upscale shopping, dining, and proximity to beautiful parks.


Brickell: Miami's financial district, known for its high-rise buildings, luxury condos, bustling urban environment, and Brickell City Center.


North Miami Beach: A diverse community with parks, shopping centers, and easy access to the beaches.


Bal Harbour: A small, upscale village known for luxury shopping and pristine beaches.


Places to Visit 

South Beach: An iconic beach and vibrant nightlife.


Art Deco Historic District: Explore the historic architecture of Miami Beach. 


Ocean Drive: Stroll along this famous street, lined with restaurants and Art Deco buildings. (

Wynwood Walls: Immerse yourself in street art at Wynwood's outdoor gallery. -


Little Havana:  Experience Cuban culture, music, and cuisine

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: Visit this historic villa with stunning gardens and art collections.


Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM): Discover contemporary art in a stunning waterfront setting


Everglades National Park: Take an airboat tour to experience the unique ecosystem of the Everglades


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