|Sun and sand, salsa and style, the dazzling city of Miami shines brightly in the Sunshine State, pulsing with excitement day and night: a playground for everyone, from celebrities to Mr and Mrs America, young and old. The city started out as a small tourist town at the turn of the century and was somehow ‘discovered’ by the trendsetters in the 1920s. Miami boomed and became a centre for the Art Deco movement, then thrived as a military base in World War II, and has subsequently become the gateway to Latin America with its own sleek metropolitan community and endless entertainment facilities and experiences to offer its countless visitors.|
Holidaymakers can enjoy a cup of café-con-leche in Little Havana, centre of Miami’s large Cuban community; take a stroll through the city’s Art Deco district of South Beach; explore trendy Coconut Grove; catch a tan on the miles of sun-bleached sands at Miami Beach; revel in the sophisticated, varied nightlife; or visit attractions like the Seaquarium or Metrozoo. Each area of the city has its own distinct flavour and style, thanks to the confluence of cultures in this diverse urban area. Public transportation, however, is not very efficient and with neighbourhoods and attractions somewhat spread out, walking the city is not feasible. The best way to explore therefore is by car or taxi.
This colourful city in southwest Florida is not just America’s favourite vacation station; it is also the gateway to the Caribbean and Latin America, and the hub of a vibrant cruise industry, its port jammed constantly with sleek passenger liners. North of the city miles of beautiful sandy beaches are hemmed in by southeast Florida’s major tourist resorts along the Gold Coast, like Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pompano Beach and Palm Beach.
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