South Florida Your Way

For First-timers, Food­ies and Out­door Lovers

Where Miami - - CONTENTS -

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

Na­tional Park.

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