Experiencing Sunny Florida: Top 3 Spots to Visit in Miami

Sunny Florida

Sunny FloridaLocated along the Atlantic coast in southeastern Florida and the county seat of Miami-Dade County and separated from the mainland by Miami Beach and Biscayne Bay, the world-famous city of Miami is the 42nd most populated city in the United States of America. It is also well-known for its various tourist destinations and unique attractions.

If you ever find yourself planning to visit Miami, LuxuryRentalsMiamiBeach.com shares three great destinations to add to your itinerary. Make the most out of your trip, though, as these opportunities come highly recommended by foreign tourists.

● Zoo Miami. If you have children with you, Zoo Miami is the perfect hangout for you! Zoo Miami is steadily gaining popularity, as well as a reputation for being one of the United States’ best zoos. This is due to a combination of favorable climate (allowing rare animals from Australia, Asia, and Africa to live and thrive in the area) and its free-range (a.k.a. cageless) displays.

● Everglades. The Everglades National Park’s main attractions are about over a million acres’ worth of jungles, swamps, and prairies right in the city. The park serves as the habitat and shelter of the Florida Panther, the American Crocodile, the West Indian Manatee, and other rare and endangered creatures.

● Miami Beach. Interestingly, Miami Beach exists as a municipality separate from Miami. The beach itself is located on an island that is connected to the mainland through a number of bridges, and the area is well-known, not just for its attractive beaches, but also for the Art Deco District. The District features buildings designed in pastel colors from the 1930s, and has plenty of shops, restaurants, and hotels to stop by. For more Art Deco buildings, you can also visit Ocean Drive, located somewhere along the oceanfront.

There’s no need to worry about accommodation, either, as there are luxury rentals and hotels near Miami Beach for tourists and vacationers alike. Enjoy your trip!

About the author

Eve Cooper

is a freelance photographer from Boston. Her passion for travelling has led her to visiting all 50 states and going to different countries across the globe, mostly in Asia.

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