South Florida Your Way
For First-timers, Foodies and Outdoor Lovers
Travel recommendations to match your interest.
If this is your first time visiting South Florida, there are some A-list places we’d recommend you stop in at. No trip would be complete without the requisite visit to (1) South Beach. Stroll along Ocean Drive and admire the historical buildings of the Art Deco District. Next up, the (2) Wyn
wood Art District, one of the hippest areas in America. This outdoor museum of murals and street art is the epicenter of Miami’s thriving art scene. Lastly, linger at the (3) Perez
Art Museum Miami, the leading contemporary art museum in Downtown Miami’s Biscayne Bay.
Celebrate the area’s dining scene with visits to the top eateries perfect for the savviest of gastronomes. From presidents to NBA players, supermodels and actors, celebs come in droves for the steakhouse fare at (1) Prime 112. Between October and May, loyal diners make their annual pilgrimage to ( 2) Joe’s
Stone Crab, for the freshest stone crabs. For a dose of authentic Cuban cuisine head to (3) El Palacio de
Los Jugos. With seven locations including one at Miami International Airport, visitors stop by for Cuban sandwiches or other tasty entrees.
It’s no secret that South Florida’s weather is a major draw to visitors. There’s an abundance and variety of outdoor activities to keep you busy enjoying the sun. Explore the African, Asian, Amazon and Australian habitats featuring more than 3,000 animals at (1) Zoo Miami. Soak up the breathtaking views of the Miami skyline and Biscayne Bay on a (2) boat tour or dinner cruise by Island Queen Cruises. Go canoeing, hiking, biking or take an airboat ride in the subtropical wilderness of Florida’s “River of Grass”—( 3) Everglades