Miami – Heaven for water sports enthusiasts


Miami, also famed as the little Havana is a small piece of land with diverse neighbourhoods and so many different facets to be held in one place that it’s hard to believe. Situated in the south-east of the Florida, Peninsula it is differentiated from the Atlantic Ocean through the Miami Beach and the lagoon of Biscayne Bay. With the admirable and incredible photorealistic murals in Wynwood, immersive evening in Afro Cuban jazz and the rooftop drinks at the city’s latest and largest skyscraper is the best to scrapper the cream over milk while touring the Miami.

Other than the city’s exotic landscape and elegantly designed architectural buildings, the winter climate of the region dominating throughout the region makes Miami the top most visited places in the World. We all know that Miami beaches need no description in particular and the Art Deco architecture makes it stand out more prominently in the line of other globally famed beaches. Not only the city itself but even outside the boundaries of city lines, the Everglades National Park is one of the most visited spots in Miami after the beaches, known particularly for its unique yet enchanting wildlife and ecosystem.

From the globally famed white sparkling, long stretched beaches and the clear, beautiful aqua coloured large bodies around them, Miami holds a lot more fascinations than we all know. Others fascination that attracts tourists from all over the globe includes;

The Art Deco District:

Situated at the South end of the Miami Beach, it is the perfect place to bring back the memories of an earlier time in Florida. The Art Deco buildings are standing elegantly and covering the waterfront road, making it the most popular and famous portion of the Beach. These wonderfully restored Art Deco buildings from 1930s architectural designs, the pastel colours also displays neon signs and the historical structures that are fascinating than the Beach itself.

No doubt, these beaches host a huge crowd of summers in particular, but in winters, this place is also crowded with the people, enjoying the beautiful and bright sun or just to stroll around in the colourful and bright surroundings.

The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens:

It is one of the Miami’s greatest treasures, the place visit to this beautiful place is worthy to praise and admire the artwork, architecture and landscapes surrounding this area. It was built in 1916 as a winter mansion for the famous industrialist James Deering in the early 20th century. The estate holds around 34 rooms surrounding a courtyard and is spread on 28-acre of land. This Italian Renaissance-style palace is interiorly furnished with decorative arts from the 15th to 19th century and European furniture. At the time of refurbishing this mansion, the workers and craftsmen were brought over from the Europe to maintain the authenticity.

Other than these not much familiar places that needed to be visited, the Bayside Marketplace, Little Havana- the Cuban district of Miami, Jungle Island (having bird sanctuary, wildlife habitat, and botanical garden all together at one place) are also the naturally elegant and mind blowing places to top your tour with.

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