Miami Beach has quiet neighbourhoods, vibrant entertainment districts, and long soft-sand beaches. Many of the island's top attractions and activities are located in South Beach, the island's southernmost region.
South Beach, at the southern end of Miami Beach, is always hopping. This is what many people envision when they visit Miami.
Everglades National Park protects one of Florida's most distinctive natural features. These 1.5 million acre swamplands are home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes, and birds.
A large outdoor mall with over 120 specialty and tourist shops, numerous restaurants and cafes, plus daily live entertainment.
The Miami Seaquarium is a fun and educational afternoon for the whole family. This aquatic facility is home to many sea creatures such as killer whales, dolphins, stingrays, seals, and penguins.
Zoo Miami has over 3,000 wild animals, 40 of which are endangered. Unlike many traditional zoos, animals here are kept in settings similar to their natural habitats.
If you're tired of the beach, or the wind is blowing, head to the historic Venetian Pool.
The Freedom Tower is a "wedding-cake" style building on Biscayne Boulevard. It was built in 1925 and was home to the Miami Daily News for many years.
The drab exterior warehouse walls in Wynwood have been transformed into colourful works of art. The Wynwood Walls, covered in street art or graffiti, have given this area a new lease on life.