Discover the best of Miami
Miami lovers will tell you, there’s no place on Earth like Miami. Known as “Magic City,” Miami plays tribute to this unprecedented growth, being recognized as “The Gateway to the Americas” and “The American Riviera”. Miami is all about the next big thing.
Made legendary during the whimsical Art Deco era, and again when Crockett and Tubbs of “Miami Vice” thrilled us as they raced across our mysterious streets, Miami has evolved into the world’s premier playground. Just when you think you’ve figured us out, we reinvent ourselves again.
Welcome to Miami
Great year-round weather, top-ranked beaches and the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay are the backdrops for a cosmopolitan metropolis, pulsing with the rhythms of its diverse population. Boasting a now “grown up” yet playful arts and cultural landscape, renowned nightlife scene and world-class dining and entertainment, Miami invites an eclectic mix of visitors to come out and play — from celebrities to families seeking fun in the sun.
Art Deco structures
The neighborhoods of Miami are as diverse as they are fascinating.
No trip to Miami would be complete without visiting such destinations as Miami Beach, Wynwood, Coral Gables, Little Havana and Coconut Grove.
Miami Beach has it all. This beach destination has evolved into an urban metropolis with all the amenities of a beach-town and a big city.
Wynwood, home to more than 100 galleries and the astonishing Wynwood Walls, an open air par dedicated to cutting-edge museum quality contemporary urban murals.
The Miami Design District is home to over 130 art galleries, showrooms, creative services, stores, antiques dealers, eateries and bars.
Little Havana offers a taste of multicultural Miami at its best with colorful murals and cigar rollers deep at work amidst Little Havana’s ever-present aroma of Cuban coffee.
Designed and planned in the 1920 by early Miami developer George Merrick, Coral Gables features beautiful Mediterranean-style homes and winding waterways.
Coconut Grove is a charming, bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami. The Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami.
Miami is an attractive destination
Crossroads of Latin America
Geographically and culturally at the crossroads of Latin America, it is easy to see why Miami is an attractive destination for travelers from South America.
The city is equally popular with Europeans, Canadians and domestic travelers, thanks to direct flights, great highways and a range of stylish accommodations and attractions for all budgets and lifestyles.
With an unparalleled mix of ethnic and cultural groups spread throughout the sprawling city, Miami offers a live and let live philosophy — an essential attitude in a large city with so many different points of view.
Miami is home to over 2 million people, many of whom came here to play and never went home. Some areas, like South Beach’s Art Deco District, are internationally renowned, while other less-heralded burgs like Coral Gables, Little Havana, Wynwood and Coconut Grove are hidden treasures waiting to be uncovered by intrepid explorers.