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It doesn't matter if you are a lone traveller, a couple, a group of friends or a family, Miami has something to offer all who visit its bright lights and beautiful beaches. Miami is a city of glitz and glamour, with trendy beaches, bars and clubs, classy boutiques, streets of pastel Art Deco buildings and a strong Latin vibe. Spend your days in Miami partying on South Beach, or perhaps soaking up the sun on Miami's main stretches of sand. It’s not all sun, sea and sand however; there’s a large amount of culture to take in, too.
Arts and culture
The museums in Miami cover a wide range of subjects, with historical treasures, international art and science all playing a part. Learn about South Florida’s earliest inhabitants at HistoryMiami, which has many interactive exhibits and exciting tours of the city. Have fun exploring hands-on exhibits at the Miami Children’s Museum and the Miami Science Museum. But don't stop here, there are many more museums and galleries all waiting to be discovered and explored.
Greater Miami offers plenty of incredible wildlife attractions guaranteed to entertain the whole family. The Everglades Alligator Farm is home to well over 2,000 alligators, including a 14-foot monster named Grandpa. Highlights include airboat tours, shows and feedings. If you enjoy the airboat tour from the farm then try a visit to the Everglades Safari Park and spot South Florida's wildest inhabitants, such as alligators, turtles, deer, wild hogs, raccoons and crocodiles.
If you prefer fur to scales, then head to Monkey Jungle, where 30 species of primates live freely on a 30-acre estate. Enjoy great ape sightings, wild monkey swimming sessions, orang-utan training, and crab-eating java monkeys diving for their dinner.
With Miami’s strong Latin connection, Cuban cuisine as well as seafood is usually on the menu. The city is vast, with multiple eateries on every street, so just choosing one could prove to be a tough task.
Try Toro Toro for a creative Latin interpretation of a contemporary steakhouse, with a fantastic cocktail bar. The Capital Grille also serves incomparable steaks, dry aged on the premises, in a welcoming atmosphere.
El Mago de las Fritas is frequently visited by President Obama when he is in Miami, and serves up a superb Frita (a Cuban hamburger). Or try some traditional Peruvian cuisine at Ceviche 105 in a chilled and pleasant environment.