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Beaches in Miami

8 days ago

Any tips on what to do see and visit in Miami? We have 9 hours in Miami on our way to South America.

8 replies
Argentina
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8 days ago

Hi.
I recommend juvia for lunch. It's nice.Have a drink on the terrace without hesitation. Very cool place, nice people, rich drinks, good food, good music... It's in the lincoln.
La Côte, it's the Restaurant that's in The Pool Aerial and faces the beach, it's at the FONTAINBLEAU hotel, it's for fish, delicious seafood salads you eat very rich. The place is divine, to be in mesh if the day is nice it's hot and beach-facing it's divine!
Wynwood Walls is The Graffiti Quarter, there are museums and boats clearly can't stop walking there.
lincoln road miami for walking

South Africa
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8 days ago

Thank you very much! Have you seen South Africa?

Venezuela
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8 days ago

...Hello, it would be very interesting to take advantage of the waiting time in Miami on your way to South America. However, 9 hours do not leave much room for manoeuvre to enjoy some activity or walk in this city. Please note that in international flights most airlines request passengers to report to the counter to register in the flight at least 3 hours in advance. This would take up their time and leave them only six hours available. But they must also add the time of transfer from the airport to the destination they choose to visit in Miami as well as the return. If you're looking for a taxi or a shuttle, you should also consider the time that the mobilisation will take away, this can be between 1 and 2 hours between the two, depending on the traffic of the day and the time. Take the maximum time of 2 hours for transfers and you'll see that you only have 4 hours left. Don't even think about visiting a Mall or a show show. I would rather recommend that you take that time for a stroll along the ocean along Ocean Drive in South Beach, Miami Beach, this is one of the most iconic and touristic routes in Miami, very nice and relaxed if you visit by day; at night it becomes a very lively and bustling street with bars and restaurants offering a wide variety of meals and drinks while listening to live music. This whole avenue is full of Art Deco-style hotels with restaurants and bars of all kinds on its ground floor. Take a stroll on the sandy beach or enjoy a drink and a delicious meal before heading back to the airport for a flight. Also and very close to Ocean Drive is a famous boulevard called "Lincoln Road Mall", which is a pedestrian street that functions like an outdoor mall, and is located in historic Miami Beach. On this boulevard you will find all kinds of restaurants with international cuisine, as well as shops with all kinds of goods. It has a very pleasant atmosphere and you can walk very quietly as there are no cars in it except at certain crossings which must be done at well-signposted traffic lights with footsteps. There may be other places you could go to, although it seems to me in particular that these options that I mentioned to you are the most practical in terms of the time available to you. As final advice, remember that, especially in international travel, great ranks are formed for security checks, so I recommend that you be on your toes at all times if you decide to visit the city while you are on the road. Good luck and happy trip!!

South Africa
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8 days ago

Thank you Alberto! We are there for a night = 19 hours in total. So appreciate all your advice on things to do and see :)

United States of America
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8 days ago

I went to Miami last weekend.
Must visit places-
1. South Beach Miami (1-2 hr, highly recommended)
2. Wynwood Walls and other places in downtown (2 hr)
3. Bayside Marketplace (lots of restaurants + shopping + live music) (1-2 hr)
4. Speedboat Sightseeing Tour of Miami (45 min tour from bayside marketplace, highly recommended)

South Africa
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8 days ago

Best Ashish, thank you very much 🌷🌷

United States of America
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7 days ago

Go to ball and chain restaurant in little Habana. Check out the salsa music. We just left this morning and had so much fun. Also of course the art deco district but be careful they tack on an extra hotel restaurant tourist tax their 20% of your bill so a beer is $11.

South Africa
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6 days ago

Thank you Steve ☀️