Miami has grown to become one of the most populous cities in the United States, a vibrant and multicultural city that acts as an economic, business, and cultural crossroads as well as a gateway to Latin America. It was formerly the world's busiest cruise ship terminal, stretching for miles along Florida's Atlantic coast. Beaches, museums and galleries, parks and bars, nightlife, and shopping are all plentiful. The Caribbean has had a huge impact on the region, with large Cuban and Haitian districts.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens: Art, antiquities, and gardens in the Bay of Biscay.
Miami Seaquarium: a well-known attraction with exhibits on marine life.
The amount of the restaurants and shopping area in the bayside marketplace.
Island of the Woods: the tropical location attracts animals.
Perez Art Gallery Miami: a stylish gallery featuring contemporary art from throughout the world.
South Pointe Park Pier: On the beachfront, a lovely outdoor entertainment venue.
The weather is subtropical, with the wet season falling between June and September and the high season falling between November and April.
Language: English, Spanish.
Best Known For: Beaches, industry, art, culture
Airport: Miami International
Currency: United States Currency
Passport: With an upward or return trip, you will require a valid passport, a visa, or an eTA ticket (electronic travel authorization, obtained in advance)
Tipping up: Service and state taxes are usually included in hotel and restaurant bills. Taxi drivers, valet drivers, and musicians should all anticipate a 10% gratuity.