Attractions in Miami are one of  the world’s most popular vacation spots. Miami is home to 150+ ethnicities and 60+ languages. The only Everglades Eco-system in the World is in Miami. It has the largest cruise ship port in the world. Miami is the only major city in the US to be founded by a women  (Julia Tuttle). Miami is rank no 1 Cleanest City in America, In 2008. Burger King actually began right in Miami.

Top 5 Places to Visit in Miami

Freedom Tower

Freedom Tower is one the most treasure and great buildings in Miami because of what it represents: freedom of the press and freedom for formerly oppress people. Fleeing tyranny for democracy and the American Dream. Today the Freedom Tower is a fully operational cultural center. This National Landmark was designed by Shute and Weaver. The tower is 17 stories tall and 256 feet from the ground. It is Museum of Art and Design.  The building has details like the Oak Door, Cast Iron Decorative elements and Wrought Iron Balconies. A tall, slender, rises from the tower and is top by a belvedere and dome roof. It remains one of South Florida’s most distinctive historic buildings. It contains many pieces of history. World leaders, change-makers and cultural icons are regular guests of the Freedom Tower.

The Wynwood Walls

The Wynwood Walls is famous for its many colorful murals. It is one of the city’s most happening districts. Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists. Wynwood Walls is an absolute must-see in Miami. Admission is free and the murals are spectacular. The whole area around the walls is really beautiful. It Includes more than 30 major works of art on giant wall canvases produced by internationally acclaimed artists from more than 15 countries. The Walls now stand as the heart of the neighborhood and the destination for locals and tourists alike. This area is famous for its restaurants, cafes and unique boutique stores.

Coral Castle

This one of the most fascinating sites in Miami. As there is an interesting story behind the structures which you will see here. This site is round by legends and mysteries. These sculptures were created by Ed Leedskalnin. Ed spend 28 years of his life from 1923 to 1951 in craving the Coral Castle using nothing but homemade tools. He was born in Latvia and arrived in the US in 1887. At 26 years of his age he became engage to his true love Agnes Scuffs, She was only 16 years old.  A day before his wedding Agnes called off the wedding. With a broken heart he dedicate all the sculptures as a monument to his love. As u enter the Coral Castle you will see unusual accomplishment among the sculptures within the garden walls.

Miami Beach

Miami Beach is Located on a barrier island. It is the mainland of series of bridges. Miami Beach is a mix of quiet neighborhoods and long stretches of soft-sand beaches. It is one of the hottest vacation spots in the country. Many celebrities visit Miami Beach everyday. Miami Beach is surrounded by the Biscayne National Park and the Everglades National Park.  It’s the only city in the United States that has two different national parks as part of its borders. Those that want to take a cruise, Miami Beach is the best place to be. It has the largest cruise ship port in the entire world. Today it has become the popular tourist destination.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

This National Historic Landmark, set on 28 acres. This is the luxurious winter home of Industrialist, James Deering. Built in 1916. The mansion features 34 rooms, 12 of which were just for the servants.  It took more then 1,100 workers and craftsmen to complete the Vizcaya project. Many of these workers belongs to Europe, brought over to ensure the authenticity in design. The Italian Renaissance-style is filled with an impressive collection of European Furniture. It has decorative arts from 15th to 19th centuries.  The extensive gardens took over 7 years to design and perfect. The grounds and gardens contain beautiful Italian and French fountains, pools, and sculptures.

 

 

 

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