September 6, 2021

Unique Miami

There is much more to enjoy in Miami than its beaches and nightlife. The city is full of culture and history that makes it unique and authentic. These are some of the places to visit to learn more about the town and its history.


Coral Gables

Old 1920´s  Mediterranean style neighborhood with tropical gardens and tree-line streets.

Coconut Grove

Miami´s oldest neighborhood established in 1873 by pioneers, artists, intellectuals and adventurers. Offering a warm, laid back atmosphere with historic charm. One of the hippest, energetic, and inviting corners of South Florida.

Brickell

Settled in the mid-19th century, it is the city´s financial center. With rooftop bars, art galleries, and boutiques.

Venetian Pool

This pool was created in 1923 from a coral rock quarry. It requires 820000 gallons of water that is drained and refilled daily. It is fed with spring water from an underground aquifer, has waterfalls, a grotto, and diving platforms.

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens

Vast garden with lakes, tropical plants, flowers, and palm trees that opened in 1938. Also with an indoor butterfly conservatory with a display of butterflies from all over the world.

Biltmore Hotel & Pool

This elegant hotel was built in the 1920s. With Mediterranean architectural design, Italian, Spanish and Moorish influences. The Biltmore pool is a historical icon and the largest resort pool in in the US.

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

This waterfront home & garden is an old European inspiration in a sub-tropical setting that was completed in 1922. This richly furnished house with bay and beautiful gardens overlooks Biscayne Bay. Besides its stunning views and design, it also has historic antiques, arts, and sculptures that visitors can enjoy.

Wynwood District

This contemporary arts district consists of colorful murals and street art. A colorful, vibrant area where creatives and artists transformed a warehouse district into studio and galleries.

Little Havana

This vibrant Cuban flair community was once the place Cuban immigrants would come to begin their American dream. With colorful murals, small restaurants, fruit & juice stands, coffee & cigar shops, this neighborhood makes part of Miami´s history. It´s the place to taste international flavor and appreciate Cuban culture.

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

Situated on the Atlantic beachfront with the oldest standing structure in Miami Dade County, 95 foot lighthouse built in 1825. It was once a port for runaway slaves and Black Seminoles awaiting passage to the British Bahamas.