The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is unlike any other. The museum was once the 1916 winter estate of the millionaire, bachelor, and business owner James Deering and is used now as an innovative place that inspires people to embrace the cultural vitality and environmental sustainability of the world. Even if you aren’t a history junkie or a garden enthusiast, you will find something to love about this museum!
This adults-only hotel is located nearby many of the things to do in Miami, from shopping to white sandy beaches, but it’s also close by plenty of Florida’s famous wineries. When you visit a winery in Miami, you can be sure that you’re getting a quality experience and one that will only add to your dream Florida vacation. We’ve compiled a list of the top three wineries in Miami so that you can taste everything this famous beach town has to offer.
A day at the spa usually entails a facial, a massage, and maybe a quick soak in the hot tub to close. While these activities melt stressors away, Russian and Turkish baths take their services and amenities to another level. According to their website, they "encourage traditional, shared rituals of bathing for a day filled with detoxing, playing, steaming, eating, exercising, swimming, and having fun."
Although you likely booked your trip to Miami because of the gorgeous weather and its sunny disposition, sometimes the inevitable happens: a rainy day. You wanted to get in a run on the beach, or a few salutations as the sun came up. You might feel like your day is shot, but it’s actually the opposite.
Although Miami International Airport is technically not one of the biggest airports in the country, it’s still large enough to fit 120 shops, 102 restaurants, and other things for passengers to do while making their way in and out of town. MIA is just as global as Miami itself, as it’s the third-busiest airport for international passengers in the United States.
If you’re an art lover or avid traveler, Wynwood Walls in Miami is undoubtedly on your radar already. The collection of murals has become globally known, transforming the warehouse district in Miami into a colorful, pedestrian paradise. The beautiful year-round temperatures of Miami make this “museum of the streets” the perfect place to view art, while still enjoying the warm climate of Miami that you likely traveled to Florida for.
During August and September each year, Miami is a foodie’s paradise. Miami Spice is essentially Miami’s version of “restaurant month.” It has hundreds of participating restaurants that offer special menus to accompany the universal deal: an appetizer, entree, and dessert will cost you $23 for brunch and $39 for dinner. Although beverages and alcoholic drinks aren’t included in the deal, you can still get three-course meals for affordable prices.
During your next vacation to Miami, FL, there’s no better place to stay the night than The Julia Hotel, an adults-only hotel located only one block from many famous beaches and endless biking opportunities for those aiming to spend a week cycling Miami.