Whether it’s because of the beach, the city’s party-all-night mantra, that Will Smith song, or the fact that reruns of MTV’s “Room Raiders” make most people think Miamians only run errands in bikinis—all over the world, eager travelers are just aching to get to the Magic City.
Brickell and Downtown
Brickell is the city’s core metropolis and financial district.
Coconut Grove is the most inhabited neighborhood in Miami. Images courtesy of Greater Miami CVB
All are welcome in Coconut Grove, including puppies.
The Biltmore Hotel, image courtesy of @coralgableslove
Wynwood is a hub for artists and has become Miami's experimental core. Head to the Wynwood Walls to see street art from international artists.
Lovers of high fashion with full wallets will be at home in Miami's Design District. Images courtesy of Greater Miami CVB
Expect to see high-rises and men in suits along Brickell Avenue in Downtown Miami.
The Shops of Midtown Miami, image courtesy of @eveatthedistrict