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Miami, a city in Florida, is known for its nightlife. If you want to escape the rush of town, a Miami holiday maybe is just what you need. Those who love being near water must be familiar with ‘Lummus Park Beach.’ There’s no shortage of gorgeous views to soak up while you’re there in Miami. It has multiple enticements for everyone- from the trendy nightlife of South Beach to the historic hideaways of Coral Gables.

Must-Do things in Miami:

Spend the day in a Private Yacht: Climb aboard a breathtakingly gorgeous yacht, and party like you’ve got nothing to lose. Have a customized party experience on a yacht-like you’re in a movie, and you’ve got money to blow.

Grab a drink Casa Florida: Casa Florida is a vintage cocktail house set up in the historic Miami River Inn. The cold kitchen offers seafood and vegetarian options and brunch specials during the weekend; you can sit and sip inside your retro-style bus surrounded by everything.

Enjoy Drag Queen brunches: Brunches have never been this diverting. Sip on bottomless mimosas with Miss Ultimate Miami Drag Queen for an excellent boozy brunch along with exquisite performances through the day from Miami’s most fabulous drag performers.

Take a yoga class on a cruise: Say Namaste to the sunset on a cruise. After a hectic day, get your body and mind floating into a relaxing trance while cruising into the Miami sunset.

Take a ride on the Party Bus: It’s a BYOB party! Get hammered on a party bus, dance to your favorite beats while cruising through Miami’s most festive and colorful neighborhoods, including Brickell, Downtown, Wynwood, and of course, the world-famous South Beach.

Ride a Pedal Tavern around Wynwood: On this BYOB party, you can ride the pedal tavern to local bars and restaurants, so don’t let the party stop; let the booze flow like water.

Take a tour of Wynwood’s murals & breweries: Take a time of the Wynwood Art district, constantly evolving art that skyrocketed during the last decade. Stop by Murals and local breweries, and while you’re there, get some aesthetic pictures for the ‘Gram.

Enjoy the tour and tasting at any local winery: Enjoy a picturesque view as a backdrop for an unforgettable afternoon of wine tasting.

Hang out at Fountainbleu hotel: If you want an experience of it all but don’t wanna make more than one stops, head to the Fountainbleu Hotel for the best party, beach, spa, and many more, all in one place!

Party at Miami’s top nightclubs: End the day with your friends with a night out. What’s a visit to Miami worth if you don’t experience the nightlife of Miami.

Major Airport in Miami:

Now that you know what to do in Miami, let’s talk about getting there: Book a flight to the Miami International Airport or MIA, historically, Wilcox Field. It is the primary airport serving the Miami area, Florida, United States, with over 1000 daily flights to 167 domestic and international destinations.

Places to visit in Miami:

South Beach: Located in the southern part of Miami Beach is this glorious stretch of sand, known as the south beach. It’s a place to swim and enjoy the shallow waters, escape the heat or soak up in the sun.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: Built in 1916, the national historic landmark stretches over 22 acres featuring 34 rooms arranged around a central courtyard. The Italian Renaissance-style villa is filled with impressive European furniture and decorative arts collection from the 15th to 19th centuries.

Everglades National Park: Just a short drive from Miami, which protects Florida’s most unique natural features, Everglades National Park, covers over1.5 a million acres and lets you experience something extraordinary.

Home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes, and birds, this whole area is essentially a shallow river flowing out of the ocean.

Bayside Marketplace: It is an outdoor-style mall filled with more than 150 specialty shops, tourist hubs, bustling cafes and restaurants, and daily live entertainment.

Little Havana: This place isn’t known for its wealth or tourist attractions but more for its distinctive cultural scene. Restaurants line the streets, and Latin music drifts into the air. This place is a cultural fest. It is Miami’s vibrant Cuban heart with American art galleries.

Best Time to Visit Miami:

For lesser tourist's footfall and a pleasant climate, the best time to visit Miami is between November and March. The weather has cooled slightly and you can expect less rainfall.