Cheap flights from Atlanta to Miami for 62$ round-trip. All taxes included!
Cheap flights from Atlanta to Miami for only 62$ round-trip. All taxes included!
Perhaps it is a myth that Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon arrived in Florida seeking the “source of youth,” but it is certainly a fact that since then people from all over the world have been flocking to Miami searching for something. Whether it’s called luck or fun, one is certain in Miami that “the world is yours”.
The city with most Spanish-speaking people in the world after Mexico, profound celebrities and devout businessmen, families of Jews who escaped from the Holocaust – is a constantly changing mosaic, and of course, a walk in the neighborhood is the best proof. In Miami Beach, the barren island that the wealthy farmer from New Jersey John Collins turned into a tourist oasis in the ’20s, the atmosphere is cosmopolitan and the entertainment is lasting. Dine at Ocean Drive, the SoBe (South Beach) center, wander to the Art Deco Historic District, the neighborhood that brought the Art Deco to your feet, book a cruise on the Biscayne Bay and get a good first sight of the area.
Impressive is also the view of the harbor: huge cruise ships confirm the city’s title as World Cruise Capital! Design addicts visiting the city after the Design Miami exhibition each December will be comforted with the free safari in the Wynwood neighborhood gallery, opposite Miami Beach and between two brightly colored neighborhoods, Little Havana in the South and Little Haiti in North. To go, choose Biscayne Boulevard, along which you will see MiMo (Miami Modern) architectural buildings, the local version of Modernism. If you head to North Miami, you will have the chance to enjoy a stroll or a boating in Florida’s largest urban park, the Oleta River State Park. From there, it is worth a visit to Fort Lauderdale, which has been transformed into an elegant city with canals, particularly popular with yacht owners.
But even if you choose to return to South Miami, the attractions in the “Beautiful City” (so called Coral Gables) will reward you. Here you will see the iconic “Bitmore Hotel” and the historic public pool of the Venetian Pool, roam the Fairchild Tropical Garden and play golf on the Bitmore and Grenada courts. You will end up in the Coconut Grove neighborhood and visit the museum and gardens of Vizcaya Villa. The neighborhood is famous for its nightlife and festivals, such as the Coconut Grove Arts Festival in February or the Goombay Festival in June, a Bahamian air feast. It is also worth visiting in one of Kendall’s best zoos, but do not forget that the Everglades National Park is also very close. If the downtown Miami is of no particular interest, just visit the Miami Art Museum and the Freedom Tower, which was used in the 1960s as the reception center for immigrants from Cuba. Finish your tour with an excursion to Orlando for endless play in the Walt Disney World.
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