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Explore the diverse and exciting neighborhoods of Greater Miami & Miami Beach, from South Beach to Little Havana.

From glittering South Beach and tree-lined, bohemian Coconut Grove to vibrant hubs of Caribbean heritage, such as Little Havana and Little Haiti, each neighborhood in Miami is a unique destination unto itself, thanks to the diverse cultures, landscapes and people that call these places home.

Sand & Style: North Beach, Mid Beach & South Beach

For many, Miami Beach is the first stop to soak up the sights and enjoy the destination’s abundant sunshine. Explore the clean lines and geometric delights of the Art Deco District in South Beach’s. Enjoy South Beach’s artistic side at the New World Center or The Bass museum, get a taste of glamorous resorts like the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in Mid Beach and settle into the laid-back vibe and leisurely pace of North Beach’s by taking in a performance at the Miami Beach Bandshell.

Eclectic & Trend-Setting: Wynwood & the Miami Design District

Just across Biscayne Bay, a different experience awaits when you explore Wynwood and the Miami Design District. Mural-splashed Wynwood is a hip, bustling neighborhood filled with buzzy restaurants, breweries, bars, art galleries and the world-renowned Wynwood Walls, while the Miami Design District is an upscale, al fresco shopping spot with captivating public art and acclaimed fine-dining restaurants, like Michael's Genuine® Food & Drink.

Arts & Architecture: Downtown Miami/Brickell, Coconut Grove & Coral Gables

The Downtown Miami/Brickell area is home to some of Miami’s premier arts and cultural institutions, including the Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, which share a campus in Maurice A. Ferré Park overlooking Biscayne Bay. As you journey a bit farther south, Coconut Grove and Coral Gables open up to glorious architecture, lush tropical foliage and one-of-a-kind attractions such as Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and the Venetian Pool.

Cultural Centers: Little Havana, Little Haiti & Historic Overtown

Miami is also rich in Latin and Caribbean heritage. Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba, from delicious guava pastries at Versailles Restaurant to live music and salsa dancing at spots along Calle Ocho (Southwest 8th Street). In Little Haiti, you can learn about Haitian culture among a hip, artsy crowd at the Little Haiti Cultural Center and Caribbean Marketplace before heading out to a neighborhood gallery crawl. And Miami’s Black heritage can be explored in Historic Overtown, whether it’s at a performance at the Lyric Theater or a meal at Red Rooster Overtown.

Explore all of Miami’s diverse neighborhoods – there’s something new to experience each time you visit.

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Mid Beach

Five-star hotels, critically acclaimed restaurants, irresistible shopping, extravagant clubs, a world-class art scene, a universe of entertainment options and of course, the miles of sparkling shoreline — that’s Miami Beach's beautiful Mid-Beach neighborhood.

North Beach

North Beach in the City of Miami Beach, is quieter than beaches to the south, but just as beautiful. A boardwalk provides a path that is popular with runners, bikers and dog-walkers. This, combined with historic hotels, unique Miami Modern (MiMo) architecture, and some interesting bars and restaurants make North Beach a special place to explore.

South Beach

A hot spot day or night, South Beach in the city of Miami Beach,offers an eclectic mix of world-class restaurants, stores, boutiques and galleries, amidst iconic art deco buildings. The nightlife is unbeatable and the world-renowned beach is a must for any Miami visitor. South Beach is THE place to see and be seen!

Downtown Miami/Brickell

Miami’s Downtown and Brickell Area define the progressive American city, with a multifaceted arts scene, global dining, multicultural ambiance and world-class hotels. It is an international financial center, balancing work and play perfectly.


Often considered one of the hidden gems of Miami, Allapattah is one of the city’s most colorful and culturally diverse communities.


Aventura has become one of Greater Miami’s most desirable neighborhoods. Its striking residential towers rise over flowing waterways, lush parks and golf courses. World-class shopping and dining, along with year-round thoroughbred horse racing and the action of two casinos, make it a visitor’s paradise

Bal Harbour

Fashionably fun and casually elegant, Bal Harbour is a quiet and exclusive beachside oasis at the northern tip of Miami Beach. It is a pedestrian-friendly community of beautiful homes, world-class resorts and upscale shops.

Coconut Grove

A little Bohemian, a little Bahamian, “The Grove” is a bayfront village where people can stroll quaint, tree-lined streets and savor a waterfront ambience. Village West has a rich Bahamian culture and history that began more than a century ago and is still alive today.

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.


Anchored by one of the world’s great Golf resorts, Doral offers plenty of cosmopolitan pleasures. It has become a mecca for jet-setters, designers, artists, architects, boutique retail stores, galleries and restaurants. Cultural activities and adventurous dining abound.

Everglades Area

The Everglades is Miami’s subtropical wilderness. Made up of 1.5 million acres of marshes, mangroves and wetlands, it is home to tropical plants, birds, alligators and endangered, exotic wildlife. Hiking, biking, bird-watching, canoeing, and an airboat ride, are some of the activities available at this untouched oasis located in the southernmost point of Miami.

Hialeah/Hialeah Gardens 

Hialeah’s culture is driven by its international roots. Out of this cultural city, a network of artists, art enthusiasts and musicians have risen to create the burgeoning Leah Arts District. Dine on inexpensive latin cuisine and try your luck at a race track known as much for its flamingos as for its rich horse-racing history.

Historic Overtown

Once known as the “Broadway of the South”, Overtown was a mecca for popular nightclubs and legendary performers such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie and Josephine Baker. Specialty stores, boutiques and soul food restaurants reflect the area’s rich culture with Southern and island influences.

Key Biscayne

Over a causeway at the southern end of Downtown Miami lies the island paradise of Key Biscayne — a haven of lush parks, brilliant blue waters and golden sands, where windsurfers stream across the waves and wading birds forage among the mangroves lining the shore.

Little Haiti

The bustling, Creole-speaking community of Little Haiti echoes its Caribbean homeland through distinctive architecture, traditional churches, and authentic foods, spices and music. The streets are lined with family-owned businesses, hip furniture emporiums, music stores, book shops and clothing boutiques.

Little Havana

This slice of the “motherland” created by Cuban exiles in the 1960s, hums with perpetual activity, especially along Calle Ocho (SW Eighth Street) — the center of Cuban life and culture in Little Havana. This vibrant street is known for its Cuban restaurants, popular ventanitas, Cuban bakeries and colorful street festivals.

Miami Design District

In the Miami Design District, the art and design scene is matched only by inventive dining, creative entertainment and expertly curated retailers. This area is a local nexus of art galleries, showrooms, creative services and architectural firms, fashion stores, antiques dealers, cafés and bars.

Miami Gardens 

Explore Miami Gardens, a diverse city where visitors and Miami residents alike come to enjoy world-class entertainment and sporting events, many hosted at Hard Rock Stadium. See the Miami Dolphins, the University of Miami Hurricanes, the Orange Bowl, and the F1 Miami Grand Prix. Don’t miss Jazz in the Gardens, an iconic event held each March. Local parks and excellent restaurants can also be found in Miami Gardens.

North Miami Beach Area

Located midway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, North Miami Beach provides easy access to tourist sites in virtually all of South Florida in less than 30 minutes. It is also home to the oldest building in the Western Hemisphere — a 12th century Spanish Monastery originally built in Segovia, Spain, and brought here by publishing magnate, William Randolph Hearst.

South Dade

There is More to Explore in South Dade is where Miami unfurls into sprawling farmland with wildlife and exotic fruit stands. It is also the home of two unique, natural ecosystems — Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park. A state-of-the-art cultural arts center and a professional racetrack also contribute to the area’s appeal.

Sunny Isles Beach

Although luxury hotel towers with exceptional dining options overlook its golden shoreline, the atmosphere of this seaside enclave is definitely laid-back. Sunny Isles Beach is set on the northern end of Miami Beach, and is home to lush parks and a 600-foot fishing pier that delights anglers and sightseers.


This beachfront haven just north of Miami Beach, attracts an eclectic mix of international visitors. With a walkable downtown district, mile-long stretch of pristine beach and a serene beachside bike and walking path, Surfside is a unique destination among Greater Miami’s oceanfront neighborhoods.


From a neglected manufacturing district, Wynwood has transformed into one of the world’s hippest neighborhoods and the latest requisite stop while visiting Miami. Old warehouse walls have become giant canvases for street and graffiti artists from the U.S., Latin America, Europe and Japan.

Bay Harbor Islands

Bay Harbor Islands is a small, quaint community separated from the Miami mainland by a causeway. Along a beautifully landscaped concourse in the center of town, there are plenty of great shopping and fine dining options to enjoy, as well as two public art sculptures — Romero Brito’s “Heart” and Robert Indiana’s “Love”.

Miami Springs

Adjacent to Miami International Airport, Miami Springs offers a glimpse into Miami’s peaceful side with a wonderful small-town flavor. Historical and charming, many of the homes and buildings were built, and still exist, in the “Pueblo Revival” style of architecture.

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Biscayne Bay - Downtown Miami

Glittering views of Biscayne Bay, one of Greater Miami's most prized waterways. Hosted by the DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay.