Miami is one of the state’s – and the world’s – most popular vacation spots. With its colorful Collins Avenue skyline and blue Biscayne Bay views, Miami is a melting pot of culture, celebrating its diversity through food, art, and entertainment, the perfect place to visit at any time of year. Beach days all year long, endless shopping, fusion of flavors, outdoor activities, a taste of Cuban culture, art around the corner and a legendary nightlife are some of the reasons Miami is the perfect destination.

Here are some of the most attractive reasons to visit Miami:


Miami is home to miles of the most beautiful white and golden sand beaches, as it is geographically right by the Bahamas, Cuba, Cancun, the Dominican Republic. The turquoise waters in front of you, and the palm trees swaying behind; you’ll feel like you are in a tropical paradise.

Architecture and multicultural neighborhoods 

South Beach is famous for its Art Deco architecture. Stroll the streets and feast on the creamy yellow, pink, blue, and purple walls around you, walls flowing into the fanciful shapes of Art Deco style. Simple circles, squares, and diamond-shapes abound. Travelers visiting Miami are encouraged to explore some of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the U.S. through art, music, food and more. Multicultural neighborhoods around the city include Little Haiti, Little Havana, Historic Overtown and more.


Miami is home to the two of the largest cruise ship ports in the world meaning there are plenty of cruise holidays available that will make a stop off at this fantastic city.


In Miami, it is perfectly acceptable to spend your entire days out on the water getting fancy with a jet ski, renting a boat, learning to wind-surf, snorkeling, and even scuba diving. There are also some great fishing spots along the Miami coast.


Few cities are as blessed as Miami when it comes to natural beauty. White sandy beaches are lapped by teal waters – perfect for sunrise strolls along peaceful stretches of Mid-Beach to scenic paddles in search of manatees off Virginia Key. You can look for colorful bird species while walking the trails of Oleta River State Park, or go to any of the tropical gardens across the city.