Millennials go to Miami for ONE reason and ONE reason only– Partying! I guess when you’re young it’s the thing to do, heck that’s what I did in my early 20’s. However, Miami has so much more to offer than just drinking and partying everyday. Here are some suggestions on things you can do while in The Magic City:
A unique outdoor neighbourhood showcasing vibrant street murals, Wynwood Falls has attracted artists from all over the world to display their graffiti. In recent years this neighbourhood has become especially popular thanks to social media. Make sure to check it out before it goes away.
City centers are always a great place to visit as they have many attractions. Along the riverfront there are great restaurants with patios overlooking the water. There are tons of historic buildings to discover. You can even just go for a walk along the river, watch out for the large iguanas!
A trip to Florida is not complete unless you see some gators! The Everglades is outside of Miami but well worth the trip to see some gators up close and personal. Make sure to get a tour package, they include pick up and drop off to and from your hotel; some even offer lunch.
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
With 2.6 acres of green space, Miami Beach Botanical Garden is a relaxing beautiful urban oasis. They have plenty of cultural and artistic activities for you to participate in. They also have recently undergone a renovation so the garden has a lot more to discover.
Located south of Miami Beach and east of Miami, Key Biscayne is a beautiful secluded island. This island is a lot more relaxed and picturesque. There are tons of fresh seafood restaurants and small boutiques to explore.
Looking for the ultimate luxury shopping experience? Then this is the place for you! Bal Harbour is at the northern tip of Miami Beach. This area is frequented by the rich and famous because of the high end shopping malls and boutiques. In this area, expect nothing less than an upscale experience. If you are not into the luxury experience, Bal Harbour is still a great place to walk around and explore.
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