Miami, FL

When you arrive in Miami, the sun and sea immediately beckon you, and the possibilities can soar as high as your imagination. Take a stroll through neighborhoods and experience Miami’s diverse cultural traditions. Get glimpse of the local architecture, and enjoy boutique shopping venues. Indulge your adventurous side with wildlife encounters and thrilling adventures in Miami’s National Parks.
Miami neighborhoods make up a colorful tapestry of eclectic, interconnected districts and diverse communities that add their own flavor for a one-of-a-kind vacation experience.  From north to south, the rich neighborhoods of Miami and Miami Beach branch out in every direction with picturesque and eclectic streets that are brimming with charm, history and character.

Miami Neighborhoods

Miami’s Downtown and Brickell Area define the progressive American city, with a multifaceted arts scene, global dining, multicultural ambiance and world-class hotels. It is an international financial center, balancing work and play perfectly. Historic Overtown Once known as the “Broadway of the South”, Historic Overtown in near downtown Miami was a mecca for popular nightclubs and legendary performers such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Josephine Baker. Specialty stores, boutiques and soul food restaurants reflect the area’s rich culture with Southern and island influences. South Beach A hot spot day or night, South Beach in the city of Miami Beach, offers an eclectic mix of world-class restaurants, stores, boutiques and galleries, amidst iconic art deco buildings. The nightlife is unbeatable and the world-renowned beach is a must for any Miami visitor. South Beach is THE place to see and be seen! Coral Gables With its impressive arches, expansive plazas, boulevards and architecture recalling Old Spain, Coral Gables is a slice of the Mediterranean. It’s the ideal setting for those who appreciate a good vibe with good taste. Little Haiti The bustling, Creole-speaking community of Little Haiti echoes its Caribbean homeland through distinctive architecture, traditional churches, and authentic foods, spices and music. The streets are lined with family-owned businesses, hip furniture emporiums, music stores, book shops and clothing boutiques. Little Havanna This slice of the “motherland” created by Cuban exiles in the 1960s, hums with perpetual activity, especially along Calle Ocho (SW Eighth Street) — the center of Cuban life and culture in Little Havana. This vibrant street is known for its Cuban restaurants, popular ventanitas, Cuban bakeries and colorful street festivals.

Getting there

Airlines serving Miami, FL from Myrtle Beach International Airport