Dadeland was an important part of my childhood in Miami. Not far from where we lived, near Coral Reef and Kendall, Dadeland was a commercial landmark in the area, and perhaps the first mall I ever went to, so of course I had to visit
Now known as Zoo Miami, this is an incredible zoo to visit while in Miami. There are tons of animals here for you to see including big species like giraffes and big cats. You can even feed the giraffes if you want a really unique
Opened in 1979, this park annually attracts more than a million visitors. Not by chance: If you want to see real tropical flora and fauna then this is the place to go. It has four lakes and a beach, various sports facilities, fishing,
I enjoyed exploring Deering Estate. There is not only the original house, there are also beautiful trails and access to Biscayne Bay. I really liked the house tour and learning about the history of Charles Deering, of International
I love Pinecrest Gardens because it not only has some beautiful trails, it also is very reasonable to visit. It's only $3 for adults and $2 for kids! Kids love this place because there is so much to see and do including a playground,
This is a wealthy suburb of Miami. There are many great restaurants and the area is definitely worth walking around to see. My hotel was located here so I really enjoyed it. It was also perfect for running.
On pristine Biscayne Bay you will find a historical botanical garden known as The Kampong. Once the home and personal garden of famed horticulturalist David Fairchild, this beautiful garden is now on the national registry of Historic
The Miami Fire Museum, Inc., is located in Miami. It has a structure of approximately 60,000 square feet, which provides a wide range of functional programs. The first and most important, is the museum component which has a series of
This is a historic place in Miami that will send you back in time to the era of vintage Hollywood. In famous Coral Gabels, you'll find a public swimming pool that is on the National Register of Historic Places in Miami. Ranging from 4
Cauley Square Shops is one of my favorite places to take visitors to Miami. First off, there are a variety of old-time shops that are fun and unique as well as newer themed shops. You can buy a nice shirt then buy an antique - its
This is a tram that runs through the luxurious zone of Miami surrounded by huge mansions, streets with high fashion shops and all that kind of stuff. Like everything in Miami it's a huge neighborhood, so this free tram, is a good
This is one of the most well-known areas in Miami. It's the shopping center and it has restaurants, and, above all, nightlife. It's pretty far away from Miami Beach, but if you're in the continental part, don't miss passing by here.
I have visited Barnacle State Park several times, once was even on a haunted tour of Coconut Grove. Story goes that it is haunted, guess you will have to visit and look for ghosts and ghouls yourself!
They have an Old Time Dance
This park was a wonderful surprise, in the middle of the beautiful Coconut Grove neighborhood! The oldest park in Miami is a real pleasure, green, peaceful and full of water. Best of all, you can try open-air yoga here at 18:30 on
Monkey Jungle claims that this is where "Humans are caged and Monkeys are wild"...this is exactly how you will feel when you visit. You walk through fenced areas where monkeys are on both sides AND above you! Just don't look up with
CocoWalk is an incredible all inclusive spot to enjoy a night out. There's a movie theater (a lazy boy theater to be exact!), tons of shops, great bars and fantastic restaurants. There's so much to do here that you may need an entire
The route from Los Quetzales is probably the most famous trekking route in the country, especially since the very beautiful can observe quetzals, the sacred bird of the Maya. When we arrived at Boquete we were disappointed to discover
Miami airport is about half an hour from Miami Beach by taxi or car. It is not very well organized. This is the same for almost all of the country's airports, which are a bit chaotic. Queues are common and it is a little weird. But
Hi guys, I visited the centre and I loved the treatment. Javivi has incredible hands. It is a very professional centre. I spent $ 100 and the morning was fantastic, I recommend it, I could not take pictures of the cabins but i'm
A small part of Cuba, in the center of Miami. The truth is that I was a little bit disappointed, I expected more movement and activity. At the moment of truth, there are only Spanish shops, a restaurant .Maybe I overlooked the best
Located north of Coconut Grove, the Renaissance-style Villa Vizcaya was built in the early twentieth century. The interior, where you can take pictures, is very well-preserved, with spectacular gardens filled with statues, fountains,
The Miami Science Museum is a really great little museum right at the end/beginning of I-95. The first thing you'll notice as you drive in is the giant sloth statue on US-1. Hard to miss and worth a photo. The fun continues outside
The Bay of Pigs Museum is located in Miami. It preserves the historical events that occurred in the Bay of Pigs such as foreign policy and policy changes that came into effect after the event and changed the lives of millions of
Nymphs and demons can be seen in this spectacular fountain. Sadly they are dilapidated due to poor maintenance, but they are still fascinatingly beautiful, with one figure about to bite into a shell, another bending to protect itself
The Maximo Gomez Park (commonly known as Domino Park) is a small, quiet corner in the quintessential Cuban neighborhood of Little Havana in Miami. Every day you can see the old Cuban men playing dominoes and fixing the world in this
I'm not very fond of baseball (in fact, I almost fell asleep during the endless match) but it was worth it to see the infrastructure of the stadium. The facilities are really amazing, and it's a chance to have a uniquely American
The Big Bus Tours are buses in the city of Miami and Miami Beach that take you between the main sights. It works like this: you buy a ticket for 24 or 48 hours, and can hop on and off freely during that time. There are two lines, one
The financial heart of the great city of Miami is definitely worth a walk through. The last street is specifically magnificent and you´ll see the most spectacular buildings of the city here. Don´t miss the opportunity to see them!
Miami hotels often have great suites with bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom. So you can prepare a tasty American meal on your own, but you'll need ingredients! This market isn't huge, but it's great and everything well-priced.