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Things to do in Miami, Florida

Friends relaxing on beach. Bikini women and athletic men

Miami is full of possibilities. You can have an eventful rocking nightlife to a fun packed family get together all in one city. For those who doesn’t know anything about Miami, it is a city in Florida, United States. It is known for its nightlife and beach. You need at least 2 days to see everything in Miami and at least 1 full week in Florida. Even though Miami offers many attractions for family and kids, this article is meant for singles and couples without kids. Let’s start

1. South Beach

If you have seen Miami on TV or in cinemas, it would probably south beach because any visit to Miami without visiting South beach is simply stupid. All good things happen right there from yummy foods to amazing nightlife. You should not be surprised if you saw your favorite TV star relaxing in sands in her bikini.

Ideally, you should dedicate a whole day for the south beach, but if time is at a premium for you, the best time to visit is evening.

2. Art Deco District

Art Deco district in Ocean drive has many buildings of historic value. Even if you are not interested in architecture or anything historic, just walk through the Alton Road and you will always remember it. You can find many eating joints from McDonald's to Fine dining restaurants.

3. Shopping

Lincoln Road Mall and Dolphin Mall are the most famous malls in Miami. Lincoln Road Mall is a promenade for all your needs. It is ideally located just southwest of Miami Beach and it is easily reachable from Alton Road. Dolphin Mall is far from the beaches but it is popular as a one stop shop for all tourists and locals because of its more than 250 dedicated stores and a large food court.

4. Little Havana

Everywhere in Miami, you will see a Cuban influence and little Havana is the epitome of that. You can find art galleries, cigar stores, Cuban restaurants etc… It is one of the city’s most popular neighborhood for tourists. Little Havana is near to Miami international airport and some of the prominent hotels, so if you are staying in one of these, it’s a walking distance for you to reach this Cuban neighborhood.

5. Bayside Marketplace

Again this is one of the prominent shopping areas in Miami. It is located on the bay as the name suggests an