Best Attractions to Visit on Holiday in Miami

If you are planning a visit to Miami, then you are in for a treat, you’re sure to find something to do in this sunny city that everyone joining you on your holiday will love. This vibrant city has so much more going for it than many people would imagine; with plenty of hidden gems. However, if you are British, you will want to know these things this before your Florida visit. Whether you are planning to stay in Miami for just a short break, or a two week holiday, you will find plenty to see and do. Here are just some of the places that you won’t want to miss visiting during your stay in Miami.

Miami Beach

Miami Beach is one of the most famous of the city’s attractions and is probably the image that first springs to mind for many people when they think of Miami. Miami Beach is the ideal way to experience the city’s laid back vibe and is a great place to sit back and enjoy the sunshine. With its glistening water and white sand, it’s easy to see why this is a must-visit destination for many people visiting Miami.


If you fancy adding a little extra excitement to your trip, why not take the opportunity to experience the open water and see Miami Beach from a different perspective? Booking a boat for rent a great way to appreciate its stunning coastline fully.

Venetian Pool

Sticking with the water theme is the next must-visit attraction in Miami – the Venetian Pool. As its name suggests, this stunning pool features Italian-inspired architecture and is adorned with waterfalls too. The Venetian Pool is like no other swimming pool you have ever seen.

Located in Coral Gables, the Venetian Pool is dotted with palm trees, giving it an exotic look, and is filled with freshwater – bliss!

Ocean Drive

No trip to Miami would be complete without a wander along Ocean Drive. You are sure to recognise buildings from many a blockbuster film as you wander along this iconic street. Miami is famous for being home to probably the most significant number of examples of Art Deco architecture, and you will find plenty of it on Ocean Drive. If you visit at night, you will see the buildings illuminated in stunning style thanks to the neon signs that adorn the many hotels and restaurants.

Little Havana

Soak up some Cuban culture and pay a visit to the Little Havana neighbourhood during your stay in Miami. Little Havana provides a feast for all the senses to enjoy. As you explore the area around Calle Ocho, your ears will be filled with the sounds of Latino music, and your nostrils filled with the scent of delicious foods served up at the many restaurants, cafés and bars in the area. Why not, take a break from sightseeing and enjoy a cup of Cuban coffee and a spot of people watching in this vibrant part of the city?


Those are just a few activities. What are some ideas you have about things to do in Miami, Sunny friends?

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