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With its designer enclaves, indie boutiques, souvenir shops and gleaming malls, Greater Miami is an exciting shopping destination.


If you’ve come to Greater Miami to shop, you’re in the right place. From luxury flagships at lavish outdoor shopping centers to stylish boutiques, budget-friendly stores and the largest mall in Florida, this destination has whatever your heart desires when it comes to shopping.


Open-Air Shopping


With warm, sunny weather all year and blue skies decorated with swaying palm trees, it’s no wonder there are so many al fresco malls and shopping districts in Greater Miami. Bal Harbour Shops, which opened in 1965, is Miami’s original indoor/outdoor luxury shopping destination. Anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus, it’s home to beloved designer shops such as Chanel, Prada and Tiffany & Co.


In South Beach, Lincoln Road is a classic destination for shopping, people-watching and enjoying lunch at an outdoor cafe. In Downtown Miami, Bayside Marketplace overlooks Biscayne Bay. It’s a prime spot for souvenirs and fun things to do, including boat tours and the Skyviews Miami observation wheel.


In posh Coral Gables, the Miracle Mile Shopping District is home to a range of fine shops, boutiques, galleries and restaurants. Farther south, in Pinecrest, The Falls is an open-air shopping center with lush tropical foliage and a million-gallon waterscape running through it.


Hip & Happening Shopping Spots


The Miami Design District has taken shape over the last decade with upscale boutiques ranging from Hermès to Cartier, all surrounded by a pastiche of cutting-edge architecture and interactive public art that transforms your shopping trip into an all-encompassing artistic experience.


Brickell City Centre is a high-design outdoor shopping center in the heart of the financial district, where a high-tech “climate ribbon” naturally cools the catwalks that lead to a mixture of high-end and approachable shops, from Giuseppe Zanotti to Zara and Sephora.


Iconic Malls


Greater Miami is also home to a wealth of classic shopping malls, such as Dadeland Mall, Mall of the Americas, Dolphin Mall and the al fresco CityPlace Doral. For a true shopping extravaganza, check out Aventura Mall, the largest mall in Florida, where more than 300 retailers, a 93-foot tall sculptural slide tower and dining options that rival the hippest food halls await eager shoppers.

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Greater Miami & Miami Beach is a patchwork quilt of neighborhoods offering unique shopping experiences, from the independent makers of Wynwood to the luxury enclave of the Design District. Explore the map to learn more.

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Aventura

Fashionista? Aventura Mall is your place. Find 300 retailers including top fashion houses such as Balenciaga, Bulgari, Chanel, Burberry and Givenchy. Plus, there’s upscale and everyday shopping at Macy’s, H&M, Apple, Bloomingdale’s and more. You’ll also find a movie theater, a spa and many restaurants.
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Bal Harbour

At Bal Harbour Shops, indulge in the luxury lifestyle at this posh open-air mall with 99 chic boutiques and anchored by Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Find brands such as Stella McCartney, Prada, Kiton, Dolce & Gabbana, Brioni and more. See a celeb while you dine at Carpaccio or Makoto.
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Surfside

From a sunny Sunday morning at Surfside Farmers Market to outdoor shopping along beautiful palm-tree lined Harding Avenue, Surfside is a delight. Find high-end vintage watches and jewelry at Gray & Sons, shop for luxury men’s clothing at Condotti, and see the latest in boho fashion and decor at Mare Boutique Miami.
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Downtown Miami/Brickell

Downtown Miami/Brickell is a business hub, but it’s also a great place to shop. Check out waterfront Bayside Marketplace with 140 stores. Head to Brickell City Centre to find premium shopping from A (Acqua di Parma) to Z (Zara), anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue. Historic Flagler Street is where you go for a little sparkle, with its many jewelers.
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Coconut Grove

Lush with trees and colorful with a Caribbean vibe, “The Grove” oozes charm. Shop a combination of traditional brand names plus some chic boutiques. It’s easily walkable: Just park and explore this compact shopping district filled with fun places to shop, dine and enjoy the sunshine (or evening), with CocoWalk at its center.
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Coral Gables

Classy Coral Gables and its famed downtown, including “Miracle Mile,” has European-style outdoor cafes, quality shops, art galleries, boutiques, home stores and wonderful restaurants. For premium mall shopping, visit the Shops at Merrick Park, featuring Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and more than 85 other world-class retail shops and restaurants
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Wynwood

In Wynwood, come for the murals and stay for the shopping: This neighborhood offers some of the best brands you’ve likely never met such as UNKNWN, Dear Deer, OFY and Pitusa. Find amazing streetwear, handmade knick-knacks, art and design, and sustainable products at the one-of-a-kind stores in this hip and energetic district.
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Miami Design Destrict

Serious luxury shopping converges with exquisite architecture, art and design at this compact, outdoor shopping area in the heart of Miami. Celine, Dior, Harry Winston, and Louis Vuitton (with a separate men’s and women’s store!) are a few of the top fashion houses you’ll find here, with plenty of high-end dining, art galleries and more.
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Doral

Doral, just west of Miami International Airport, is bursting with shopping options. Find high fashion, swimwear and more at the stores at CityPlace Doral. Enjoy a meal between browsing at The Shops at Downtown Doral. Bargain hunters know to make a beeline for nearby Dolphin Mall, with more than 200 shops offering deep deals, plus dining options.
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Hialeah & Hialeah Gardens

Miami’s vibrant Cuban community’s influence is felt here, with signage in Spanish at flea markets and thrift stores. Score some deals on a wide range of items at the Opa-Locka Hialeah Flea Market or find Cuban goods at Ñooo Que Barato Discount. Pick up some vintage treasures at Flamingo Plaza, or new goods at Westland Mall.
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Miami Beach

Eclectic and colorful, Miami Beach offers a mix of brand-name shops and unique boutiques. Snag some limited-edition sneakers at Kith on Collins Avenue. Stroll down pedestrian-only Lincoln Road to find a mix of local and international retailers. Grab swimsuits and souvenirs on Washington Avenue or meander down Ocean Drive before heading to the beach
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South Dade

South Dade is a diverse shopping destination. Cauley Square Historic Village offers unique independent shops and galleries, along with a tea room. Enjoy some sunshine with your shopping experience at The Falls, an open-air center accented by palm trees. Southland Mall offers a sound mix of shops and restaurants.
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Little Havana

Packed with cigar shops, galleries and restaurants, Little Havana is the center of Miami’s Cuban community. Learn about premium cigars at Little Havana Cigar Factory, with its relaxed smoking lounge. Take a leisurely stroll along Calle Ocho, the heart of the area, to purchase souvenirs and find a Cuban guayabera that’s sure to be a perfect fit.
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Little Haiti

Experience Miami’s Haitian culture in Little Haiti, home to diverse shops celebrating the country’s rich culture and history. Find Haitian books at Libreri Mapou Creole and French bookstore. Built as a replica of the Iron Market in Port au Prince, the Caribbean Marketplace sells Haitian arts and crafts in colorful surroundings.
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If you’ve come to Greater Miami & Miami Beach to shop, a treasure trove of both luxury and budget-friendly shopping experiences awaits you.

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Luxury Shopping in Miami

Fire up those credit cards: Valentino, Christian Louboutin and Prada are calling your name. When you’re looking to treat yourself by splurging on high fashion, Miami has plenty to offer.

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Miami's Outdoor Shopping

You don’t have to sacrifice time in the sun for retail therapy: Fashionistas can have the best of both worlds. Swaying palm trees, lush grounds and waterfalls, the sun on your face — experience it all at these outdoor shopping destinations.

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