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The modern boutiques and foodie-approved restaurant scene may deceive you, but Coral Gables is one of South Florida’s oldest cities. The canopied streets, historic houses and stately gates are relics from when the city was founded in 1925 by George Merrick. What the area lacks in waterfront views (don’t worry, the Gables has a century-old, aquifer-fed pool), it makes up for in lush parks, swanky hotels and luxury shopping.

By day the area plays home to a major employment center, and by nightfall the hip restaurant and bar scene attracts tourists, locals and college kids alike to some of Miami’s most popular happy hours. The neighborhood may lack a grid system, but there might not be a more beautiful place in Miami to get lost in.

Coral Gables Merrick House

This is the boyhood home of George E. Merrick, founder and developer of the City of Coral Gables. This historic landmark originally began as a 1903 frame house, and was added onto in 1910. The house has been restored to the 1920s period and filled...

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Coral Gables

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.

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Making a Splash in Coral Gables

Making a Splash in Coral Gables

A day of sun, fun and family leisure. Check out Coral Gable’s historic swimming pools and stroll along Giralda Plaza.

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