Miami is a vibrant metropolis that will delight you with palm-fringed beaches and culinary highlights. Explore the historic Little Havana district, stroll along Ocean Drive on South Beach or dive into the shopping paradise of Sawgrass Mills. With Tourlane, you can book your flights, transfers, accommodations and guides - all in one place! Our Travel Experts will create your perfect tour package based on your travel tastes and preferences.
Famous beach on the island city Miami Beach
Quarter with Latin American flair
Street art from artists from all over the world
South Beach, also known as Miami Beach, is located on an island city in front of Miami and is the most popular beach in Miami. Sun loungers invite you to relax and also the famous Lifueguard houses can be found here. Part of the approximately 8 mile long beach is located on Ocean Drive. The street is known for its numerous art deco hotels and trendy restaurants and nightclubs. Adjacent to South Beach is Lummus Park, a popular venue for volleyball tournaments and concerts.
Explore Miami's colorful and culturally rich neighborhood, Little Havana. Cubans migrated to Miami in the 1950s and a particularly large number of Cubans settled in this part of town - which is how Little Havana got its name. Take time to walk the colorful streets of the historic district, immerse yourself in Cuban culture and indulge in culinary delights.
One of the main attractions on a trip to Miami and must-do for all street art fans are the Wynwood Walls in the Wynwood Art District. The district is the art center of the city with the Wynwood Walls as its centerpiece. Numerous huge street art murals by artists from all over the world can be discovered here. The open-air gallery opened in 2009 as part of Art Basel and delights locals and tourists alike with ever-changing murals.
The Villa Vizcaya is a building built in the style of a northern Italian Renaissance villa in the Coconut Grove district. The early 20th century mansion now houses a museum. The adjacent garden is a blend of French and Italian landscape architecture and is an inviting place to stroll.
Located not far from Miami, Everglades National Park is a great place for a day trip. The nature reserve is home to numerous animal species, such as flamingos, manatees, alligators and crocodiles. With a boat you can explore the unique nature with its mangrove swamps. Less