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Where to go in Miami?

Have you come to Miami and are you thinking about what to do? We will tell you about the most famous places that are definitely worth visiting. There are a lot of places on the Internet, but from personal experience we say that there is nothing to do there. Therefore, we recommend that you read and familiarize yourself with our article in order to spend time usefully.

1. Yacht rental at Marine Stadium

In Miami Beach there are very famous star islands all over the world, which many people want to see. Therefore, if you have the opportunity to go to Miami, be sure to book a boat at Marine stadium and go on a trip. It is from here that the route to all known islands follows, if you are a sender from another point, then your route to the islands will take from an hour, and you will not be able to fully enjoy the place.
Our itinerary includes the following islands: STAR ISLAND, FLAGLER MEMORIAL ISLAND, HIBISCUS ISLAND, DI LIDO ISLAND, SAN MARINO ISLAND, SAN MARCO ISLAND, BISCAYNE ISLAND, FISHER. This allows you to travel around all the islands in 2 hours and see with your own eyes the mansions of famous people such as: Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, Will Smith, Matt Damon, and Sylvester Stallone, Donald Pliner, Philip Frost, Al Capone, Don Johnson, Arma Queens, Barbara Becker, Paulina Rubio, Susana Gimenez and others.
We also stop for 2 hours at the San Bar, where you have the opportunity to ride a jet ski, try out all the water toys that we provide, swim, join with the second yacht and have a party.
Renting a yacht in Miami is a wonderful way to get acquainted with Miami Beach on the water, see famous mansions, islands, ride a jet ski, plunge into the underwater world and just have fun.

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2. Everglades National Park in Miami

Located just a short drive from Miami, Everglades National Park protects one of Florida's most unique natural attractions. These swamps, covering about 1.5 million acres, are home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes and birds. The whole area, in fact, is a shallow river flowing into the ocean.
The park has an information center for visitors, as well as hiking trails and promenades for wildlife viewing. One of the most popular hiking trails in the park is the Anhinga Trail, which exits from the Royal Palm Visitor Center. This trail is less than a mile long, but leads through an area where visitors are likely to see alligators and other animals. This trail is wheelchair accessible and requires little effort.
One of the most enjoyable ways to get to know the Everglades is an airboat tour. These high-speed boat trips take visitors to swamps and streams to see alligators and other wildlife. A half-day Miami Everglades airboat ride provides a transfer from your hotel to the park, includes a 30-minute airboat ride, a live alligator show at the Everglades Alligator Farm, and a transfer back to your hotel.

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3. Wynwood walls in Miami

Wynwood is an object of pilgrimage for tourists and vacationers who seek to take vivid pictures against the background of the most impressive works.
Wynwood Walls - Miami attractions - American Butler to make you understand the scale of what is happening, the Wynwood district itself, in addition to street art objects, includes:
1. as many as 5 museums;
2. more than 70 art galleries;
3. 7 art complexes;
4. more than a dozen open studios;
5. 5 extensive fairs where you can buy your favorite art objects.
Oddly enough, many people come to Wynwood Walls just to take cool selfies among large-scale art objects. Another thing is that the magic of Winwood is so great that the most careless onlookers are forever imbued with a love of art and go to study drawing and design to stay here forever. Be on your guard!
Cultural events at Wynwood Walls take place daily and everywhere. The main gallery's exposition changes weekly. The ebullient rhythm and atmosphere of creativity fascinate and attract huge crowds of onlookers, gallery owners, tourists, connoisseurs of creativity, designers in search of inspiration, artists from all over the world and collectors.

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4. South Beach in Miami

South Beach is an area known for its beaches, trendy nightclubs and restaurants of star chefs. Both well-known brands and independent clothing stores are gathered on the pedestrian shopping street Lincoln Road. And on Ocean Drive there are well-preserved Art Deco buildings. There are also many outdoor cafes with views of the surrounding area. Also in the area is the Wolfsonian Museum (FMU), which has a collection of modern art.

If you're not staying in South Beach, Venice Road and MacArthur Road are scenic routes connecting the mainland, offering stunning views of luxury waterfront homes. Already in South Beach? Put on sneakers or rent a citibike and join the locals at dawn or dusk to run or ride along the waterfront.

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5. LIV Miami

This is the most famous nightclub in Miami Beach. The coolest parties and performances take place here. The voyeuristic design throughout the nightclub gives guests a bird's-eye view of celebrities, VIPs and Miami's most beautiful crowd. LIV offers a variety of music formats over five weekly nights, Wednesday through Sunday, and offers VIP tables, private skyboxes, three full-service bars and a luxurious main dance floor.

LIV is one of the hottest, if not the hottest club in Miami. If you had to choose one club to visit, LIV would be it. If you want to get a table on Friday or Saturday, be prepared to pay a lot of money, as some of the biggest names are here, including Cedric Gervais, Cascade, bingo players and more. Plan accordingly and buy pre-sale tickets in advance to reduce the cost.

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