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The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in South Florida are:
Airports: there are three airports in Miami, of which Miami International Airport is the main airport. Kendall Tamiami Executive Airport and Opa Locka airport mainly serves private small aircraft.
Train: the U.S. national rail covers hundreds of cities in each state, and is an important means of public transportation between States and within states. However, it should be noted that due to the large demand, it is recommended for visitors to check the bus time online in advance to better arrange their travel.
Public transportation: the main public transportation in Miami. In addition to the public transportation covering a large area of suburban areas, other means of transportation mainly serve the downtown and surrounding areas of Miami. Some of the scenic spots in the Everglades National Park need to be self-driving or take the minibus provided by the surrounding accommodation.
Carnaval Miami: February 25 - March 13
"Miami Carnival" is the largest Latin cultural celebration in the United States. Every year, during the two weeks between February and March, Little Havana, Miami's famous Latin American immigrant gathering place, will hold various celebrations, including beauty contests, race walking, art, and jazz performances, cooking contests, dominoes and golf league matches. The grand party at the Kiwanis Club in Little Havana will bring together revelers of different colors from all over the world. Local residents and tourists will enjoy the rich global cuisine with wonderful Latin music and jazz. On March 13, the last day of the "Miami Carnival", the world's largest street party will be staged on Calle Ocho in Little Havana, creating the climax of the carnival.
Miami Downtown Riverside Event: November
This is the annual Miami event, where you can enjoy a delicious meal, wonderful live performances, and rich and interesting interactive programs. Most of all, it's all free. Way of arrival: take the metro over and get off at Bayfront Park station.
Address: 3425 NE 2nd ave, Miami FL 33137
This bar can watch the ball game, the atmosphere is good, especially on Saturday, drink beer, eat hamburgers, watch the ball game, live the life of local people.
The River Oyster Bar
Address: 650 s Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130
The river oyster bar is a local seafood restaurant with bar characteristics in Miami. Here you can eat all kinds of Miami's specialty seafood, and the main oyster in the restaurant must not be missed.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
The Vizcaya Museum and garden is the private manner of industrial giant James Deering. The whole building is in the Italian Renaissance style and is built near the sea. There are 70 rooms of different styles on three floors. It displays the exquisite works of art collected by the owner from the 15th century to the 19th century. The 10-acre outdoor garden is elegant and serene, the plants are well-groomed, and European fountains and sculptures adorn it. It is also a good place to enjoy the invincible sea view of Biscayne Bay.
Located in the north of midtown, the Miami Design area has more than 130 galleries, exhibition halls, creative companies, shops, antique shops, and food bars. On the second Saturday of each month, a grand local art and design evening is held here from 7 to 10 pm.
Day 1: Vizcaya Museum and garden - American Airlines Center - Miami world Erotic Art Museum - South Beach
(1) Vizcaya Museum and Garden: located in the heart of Miami, it has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Miami with its peaceful cultural atmosphere and breathtaking natural scenery.
(2) American Airlines Center: located in the center of Miami, surrounded by high-rise buildings and bay, this sports and entertainment complex has become a unique scenic spot in Miami.
(3) Miami world Erotic Art Museum: the largest collection of erotic art in the United States, including sculpture and art.
(4) South Beach: Miami's most famous leisure and entertainment resort, with hundreds of bars, restaurants, boutiques, and hotels.
Day 2: Biscayne National Park
Gem-like blue ocean, emerald green islands, and Pearl like coral reefs.
Day 3: Little Havana - Biscayne Bay Cruise - Bayside Marketplace - Aventura Shopping Center
(1) Little Havana: a block of Miami in the United States, inhabited by immigrants from Cuba, Central, and South America, named after Cuba's capital and the largest city, "Havana.". Famous festival parades are the eighth street carnival, cultural Friday, the king of the Three Kingdoms parade, and so on.
(2) Biscayne Bay Sightseeing Cruise: it is the most comfortable way to visit Biscayne Bay. In a long time of about 90 minutes, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Miami by sitting on a comfortable cruise.
(3) Bayside Marketplace: holiday market in downtown Miami, Florida. It is located at the southern end of Bay Park, north of the American air stadium. An open-air shopping center on Biscayne Blvd is close to the AA arena and port of Miami. There are not many shopping malls, but many restaurants. Among them is the famous Forrest Gump shrimp restaurant.
(4) Aventura Mall: one of the largest comprehensive shopping centers in South Florida, the fifth-largest upscale shopping center in the United States, about 15 miles from Miami International Airport. It's not only a shopping mall but also a popular tourist attraction in Florida.
Address: 3555 SW 8th st, West Flagler, Miami, FL 33135
Latin American cuisine, Versailles is a very popular Cuban restaurant in Miami and a landmark restaurant in Miami. The spacious cafeteria can accommodate many customers.
Address: 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, FL 33131
Zuma belongs to a very famous Japanese restaurant in the local area. It is full of people every day. Every day, a large number of tourists come to enjoy the delicious food. The price of dining here is still very expensive, but after eating it, you will feel that it is worth more.
Known as "South Florida burger 1", there are 18 kinds of hamburgers on the menu, each of which is more exotic and distorted than the previous one. The Florida chain's hamburger ingredients have direct access from the farm to the table.
This famous resort place is located in the southeast end of Miami Island. Because of its beautiful sunset landscape, it is known as "hometown of sunset". Key West is across the sea from Cuba, with a strong Latin flavor and charming souvenir shops all over the street. Hemingway, a famous American writer, once lived in Key West for many years.
It is one of the top 10 beaches in the world named by many travel magazines. However, the beach is famous not only because of its beautiful sea view but the bars, nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, parties, and other cultural elements.
Everglades National Park
Everglades National Park, located in Florida, is a large-scale subtropical swamp wetland park in the United States and the third-largest national park in the United States. There are many wild animals such as birds and crocodiles in the park. Tourists can pick self-driving, sightseeing bus or sightseeing boats to visit.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
The Florida Cape Lighthouse in Florida State Park is the oldest upright building in Miami Dade County. Built-in 1825, the lighthouse stands on the Atlantic coast and was once the secret rendezvous of runaway slaves on a boat to the British Bahamas. Later, it was designated as the site of the National Underground Railway leading to the freedom network.
Visit the 12-hectare Monkey Jungle wildlife park to watch more than 300 primates run freely in the reserve. You can go to the wild monkey swimming pool to watch monkeys diving into the water for food, to play with orangutans when they interact with animal trainers, to see gorillas fed by administrators, and to see pine monkeys, black-capped capuchins, and howler monkeys if you choose to walk through the Amazon rainforest.
South Florida belongs to a subtropical humid climate with a warm and humid climate. The average temperature in January is 9.6 ° C, the average temperature in July is 24 ~ 27 ° C, and the annual average precipitation is 1500 mm. December to April is the best time to travel and the best season to visit the Everglades National Park.
Supermarket: Publix supermarket at Brickell Village: a large supermarket on Brickell 13th Street that serves food.
Pharmacy: South Florida has a very complete and convenient medical system. But in the absence of any travel insurance, medical expenses may be higher. If the situation is not very urgent, it is recommended to buy relevant drugs in the surrounding CVS (some CVS are open 24 hours).