A famous cruise port, gorgeous beaches, no shortage of beautiful people and a very vibrant nightlife are just a few reasons people flock to Miami.
The beaches and water are picture-postcard clean, and if you stick to the northern end, you will find it far less crowded than the tourist-dense south end of the beach.
Take a self-guided Art Deco tour. Along Collins Street, at around 15th street, you can indulge in the Miami Beach Architectural District or the Art Deco District as it is more commonly known.
If the Cuban influence throughout Miami is not enough for you, in Little Havana, you will find it in concentration. Calle Ocho, the main street, is where it all happens.
Head to Espanola way. This little Mediterranean influenced street is famous for its mix of outdoor dining, cool boutiques and cafes.
From around 4 pm until 8 pm, you will find a myriad of restaurants vying for your business, offering some great Happy Hour deals on everything from beers and cocktails to pizza and oysters.
If you are looking for a good breakfast deal, most of the hotel restaurants along Collins Street are vying for the breakfast trade with all-inclusive breakfasts ranging between $8 – $15.