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Museum of Art
Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic Center
Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum

Everglades Holiday Park
Jungle Queen

Bistro Mezzaluna
East Coast Burrito Factory
Black Orchid Cafe
French Quarter


Miami Attractions and lifestyle


Miami Beaches

miamiSouth Beach, one of the world’s most famous beaches is where you can expect to discover the laid back lifestyle of Miami, Florida.  View the latest fashions and innovations that will make you gasp while you stroll along the shore of South Beach.  Get a tan while watching the natives participate in contests along the vivid shore.  South Beach doesn’t only offer social pleasure, but it also has one of the most beautiful sunrise and sunsets you’d ever see.  South Beach also boasts with tons of physical activities you can adventure on such as; parasailing, surfing, skim boarding, running, jet skiing, boating, fishing, snorkeling, diving and wind surfing.  No matter what age you are, there are plenty of activities for you to choose from on South Beach.

Miami Sports Teams

The city of Miami has multiple sports team that are nationally accredited.  These teams are the Miami Hurricanes, Miami Dolphins and the Miami Heat.  All of these teams have done exceptionally well in the past seasons and help bring tons of tourists and visitors to the city helping the city flourish.  The college team Miami Hurricanes, have been very successful the past 2 seasons giving it self a spot in a bowl game twice.  The Dolphins have been improving greatly in the past year helping Miami become nationally respecting in the National Football League.  Lastly, the Miami Heat have been on fire with its star player Shaquille O’Neil. 

        Miami Dolphins                              Miami Heat                                 Miami Hurricanes 

Night Life

Clubs in Miami can offer many things for all styles and lifestyles.  If you just want to go out and dance or if you want to enjoy a luxurious night out Miami has it all and offers at the best prices with the most comfort.

 Two techno-retrofitted Art Deco theaters top the dance club scene. The world’s best house and hip hop DJs dominate at Crobar, featuring three state of the art dance floors. And the strobe- it colonnades of Mansion are house some of the hottest events, like Winter Music Conference DJ marathons and glamorous White Party benefits.


The countless number of festivals that celebrate the history and heritage of its inhabiting people is one example of Florida’s cultural diversity. Native Americans, Spanish colonizers, Northerners, and Spanish and Italian immigrants in the first decades of Twentieth century come together in South Florida to create an unusual blend. Spanish colonizers and Native Americans make the first cross cultural contact with not those happy consequences for natives. But Jewish, Italians, Greeks arrived for business and work, and they all blended to create cosmopolitan Miami. Their traces can be found in neighborhoods around Downtown Miami, like the Jewish quarter. But they were soon consumed by the greatest migration that changed the face of Miami. Without doubt, the greatest influence on the city’s urban style came with the Cuban refugees that arrived in the 1960s. They settled in the area west of downtown that because of their massive presence was called Little Havana. Other Caribbean nations have contributed to the multicultural landscape, blending with Cubans and creating their own distinct neighborhoods like Little Haiti in north downtown Miami.