Collins Ave

Collins Avenue is a compulsory tour if your are for the first time in Miami, It is the most important avenue that runs from end to end all the hotel area where most iconic art deco buildings are. You can find everything you need here, from accommodations to supermarkets and banks, it is the most important local route of this Miami secto, a wide avenue well maintained...

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Ocean Drive Miami

Es una avenida que no se puede dejar de ir, corre paralela a Collins Av. y parte del punto Sur hasta la calle 14, es una de las zonas más populares de Miami, es un paseo marítimo en la zona de South Beach, donde vienen los verdaderos todos los clichés sobre Miami; cuerpos esculpidos de arrastre a lo largo del paseo marítimo, playas, cócteles tropicales,...

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Lincoln Road

Schedule of the stores:     Daily 10:00 am - 11:00 pm

Lincoln Road is a pedestrian street that runs from east to west parallel between 16th and 17th Street in Miami Beach, originally a mangrove forest, like most of Miami Beach, today is one of the most popular destinations for visitors, the Miami Beach Board of Preservation approved the closure of the West End traffic at the...

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Calle Ocho Festival

Calle Ocho is a must-see for anyone who comes to Miami either as a tourist or because he thinks to settle down in this city, known for being the main route through the historic neighborhood of Little Havana this street has restaurants, galleries, theaters and nightspots showing the culture and customs that the Cuban community brought to this city.

Festival is held annually in Calle Ocho,...

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Las Olas Boulevard

Las Olas Boulevard extends from the beach A1A, impeccably with palm trees and beautiful people, rising above the inner channel fabulous house with magnificent views and spectacular yachts.

Las Olas Boulevard becomes night in a spectacular nightlife, live entertainment, and fabulous encounters "see and be seen" is at the forefront of everything from fashion boutiques and art galleries,...

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La Española Way

One block north of 14th Street between Avenues Washington and Pennsylvania, one of the most beautiful streets in Miami Beach with a lot of class ... history and European influence and the bohemian atmosphere of the street, the paved road and historic lights, reminiscent of the Paris streets or alleys in Madrid.

The Spanish Way is like passing through a portal and appear somewhere else, very...

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