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Miami Flights

South Florida Travel Tips

If you are looking for a cheap flight to Miami to enjoy sunny South Florida, the beach and the lifestyle, you can compare prices here.  With flights into Miami International Airport (MIA), and nearby Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL), and airline choices like Southwest, American Airlines, Delta, United, Sun Country, WestJet, British Airways, Qantas, and dozens more, there are plenty of choices to save and find a cheap ticket.

Miami is famous for its beaches, its Latin-American influences, and for the art-deco style.  It is a virtual magnet for tourists and gets an astonishing 15 million tourists each year.

Beaches

The first thing you should do is hit the beach. Soak up that delicious, vitamin-D inducing Florida sun, and jump into the Atlantic to cool yourself off. If you like beach life, you’ll love Miami. The city has an enormous selection of beaches, and the most famous one is South Beach, also called SoBe.

Miami’s beaches are all part of what can be called Miami Beach, but there are differences. The general spirit is the same, though, and If you think about it, Miami itself is so famous for its beaches that it is up there with cities like Rio de Janeiro/Copacabana, and Los Angeles/Venice, in terms of world famous cities and its beaches. Beaches and Miami go hand in hand.

South Beach

And the fame is well deserved, as most of the beaches are stunning, and the water crystal clear and beautiful. Along South Beach, you’ll find a variety of hip beaches to hang out. South Beach can’t really be correctly described as one, single beach, but more like a collection of beaches. More than anything, it is a neighborhood. Miami is a beach town and depending on where you live; you also have well-defined areas for lunching, shopping, drinking, partying or just hanging out on the beach. SoBe was the first section of Miami beach to be developed back in the 1910s, so in many ways, this is the mother of all Miami beaches.

Nightlife

Miami equals Nightlife.  From some of the best restaurants in South Florida, to the coolest bars, coffee shops, desert bars and night clubs, you have your choice of PARTY.  Nightlife and fashion go hand in hand here, so bring your best outfit and dancing shoes.

From Latin beats, trendiest DJs, live music and clubs that cater to the LGBT community, you will start when the sun goes down, and finish watching the sunrise over some great coffee.  An inviting atmosphere, if you do not have a good time in Miami, then we need to talk.

Shopping

Miami is a great place to shop. There are a large number of shopping centers and malls, in addition to street on street with lines and rows of all kinds of shops, particularly in the fashion and jewelry niche. If you want some bling, head over to South Beach and Ocean Drive. You’ll find all the major brands there, and, of course, all the top fashion houses like Versace, Dolce and Gabbana, Prada, Gucci and Tom Ford.

Restaurants and food

One thing that you will find enjoyable is discovering exciting restaurants and eateries because Miami is a very interesting culinary city. Not just because of all its high-end alternatives, but also because of the latin connection. In Miami, there are a huge number of Cubans, and this means that you can enjoy famous culinary masterpieces like the Cuban Sandwich. Authentic food is always fun, and in Miami, you’ll find a lot of it. The best way to enjoy Miami is to get a car and drive around. Seek out some of the more ethnic neighborhoods, like Little Cuba, in addition to South Beach and Ocean Drive, and you’ll have a blast! Miami is fun all year round, but even more so when winter hits in other parts of the US!

Things to Do
Design District - Little Havana - Lincoln Road Mall - Coconut Grove at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens - Miami Seaquarium - Zoo Miami - Pérez Art Museum Miami - Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden - Venetian Pool - Marlins Park
Side Trips
Key West and the Florida Keys - Orlando - Cape Canaveral - Tampa - Homestead - Daytona Beach
Billy Sanez
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