Miami Tourist Spots

In between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades awaits the dazzling city of Miami, probably the most glamorous city after Vegas. Its pleasant-warm sub tropical climate, gorgeous sea beach and alluring Latin flavor every year attract around fourteen million people to visit this spectacular palm tree lined city of sun-drenched state Florida.

You can visit Miami anytime throughout the whole year. The place is always full of tourist and hot. The lowest temperature you can get is fifteen degree Celsius, which is during December to February. Climate-wise probably winter season is the ideal time to visit. The highest temperature during this season is twenty four degree Celsius. The downside visiting this time of the year would be the hotel prices. Even though it is not that bad. Miami’s hotels are quite inexpensive. You would find a lot of hotels costing less than hundred dollars per night. If you look around a bit there will be many hotels from $50-$90 a night.

From March to May is actually the best time to visit, and this is the tourist time. Most of the people come here during this season, so it is going to be crowded. The temperature starts to rise; the average temperature fluctuates between twenty to twenty five degree Celsius. Hotel prices don’t change that much and there will a few big events you can attend, like the Carnival Miami and Fashion Week.

Summer season is not a very pleasant time to go there. The climate remains very hot and humid, also there is rainfall, and that is very often. There is a great chance you might encounter a storm or hurricane. Even Autumn doesn’t bring a noticeable change in the weather. Hurricanes remain a threat till November and at the end of November temperature starts to fall, and also rainfalls become less frequent. But the upside is hotel prices are too low at this time of the year. You might find a hotel costing only $30 per night.

Moving around in Miami could be troublesome. The public transport is not good, it’s bad. The metro is mockingly called ‘Metrofail’. But you can easily rent a car and very comfortably move around. All you need is to be at least twenty one years old, have a valid passport, a credit card and English language driving license. You can rent a car just for $10/day. If you are thinking about hiring a driver, I should inform you; they don’t have a very positive reputation and might be aggressive. For more information: https://www.kayak.com/Cheap-Miami-Car-Rentals.14305.cars.ksp

Tourist spots of Miami

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Wynwood Walls

This place presents an exceptional display of art, talent and skill. It is an open space with concrete walls on which spectacular murals and breath taking graffiti arts are exhibited, located at NW 2nd Ave right between 25th & 26th Streets. Opening hours: • Thursday: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM • Friday: 10:30 AM–12 AM • Saturday: 10:30 AM–12 AM • Sunday: 10:30 AM–8 PM • Monday: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM • Tuesday: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM • Wednesday: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM For more information: http://www.thewynwoodwalls.com
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Máximo Gómez Park

Also known as ‘Domino Park’ situated at 801 SW 15th Ave. The whole city has a very distinct Latin American flavor, but this place particularly represents a little piece of Havana, with air filled with the pungent aroma of Cuban cigar. You will see Hispanic old men strolling around, playing chase and chewing out each other in super fast Spanish. This place remains crowded pretty much always. It is open everyday from 9 AM to 6 PM
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Villa Vizcaya

At 3251 S Miami Avenue you will find 180 Acres of mesmerizing Renaissance tapestry, and this one must not be missed at any cost. This huge villa, now museum and gardens, has a wonderful history with some controversy. This was originally created by James Deering, a famous industrialist, who actually recruited one thousand people to build this lavish place. The place is full of furniture and paintings from fifteenth to nineteenth century. In 1971 there was a heist, known as The Vizcaya Heist, where three people from New York stole a lot of items and later apprehended by police. This place is also famous for being shooting spot of numerous well known Hollywood movies including Iron Man 3. It remains closed on Tuesdays. Other six days the opening hours are from 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM. Ticket Prices: • Adult- $18 • 6-12yr- $6 • Student & senior- $10 For more: http://www.vizcayamuseum.org
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Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts

Located at 1300 N Biscayne Blvd, this is the largest performing arts centre in the state of Florida and second largest in the whole country. It offers a majestic view and very aspiring shows. This place is actually two different places Ziff Ballet Opera House and Knight Concert Hall, connected by a very nice looking bridge. You can buy tickets from here: http://www.arshtcenter.org/tickets/buy-tickets-now/#videoModal More information: http://www.arshtcenter.org/
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Lincoln Road Mall

Miami is not too much for shopping, but you can visit this out of the ordinarily looking open spaced mall. You can find various top brands here like GAP. There is a beautiful place for enjoying the waterfall, if you are into…waterfalls. It is open every day from 10 AM to 11 PM. For more info: lincolnroadmall.com
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