Miami, a multi-cultural hotspot, has definitely won a special place in my heart. I have been going to Art Basel for many years, but this time my family and I spent a wonderful nine days in the warm Miami sunshine. Sizzling with Latin, Caribbean, and South American influences, Miami’s beat doesn’t ever stop. The architecture and Art Deco buildings are blowing up, and the cocktail and club scene pumps into the wee hours. Put your convertible top down and cruise down Ocean Drive. This time around, we tried our best to discover all new things Miami and the many things this bustling city has to offer. From the beautiful beaches, to museums and bike tours, to delicious food, and everything in-between, we explored and accomplished a lot more than a typical beach vacation.
What to do in Miami
Head to the Beach
Go to a Museum
This is something I have always wanted to do when in Miami. We went to the Perez Art Museum where we caught this emerging artist Julio Le Parc on display. It was interactive and lots of fun to visit!
Bike Wynwood Walls
I have been to the Wynwood walls many times but a girlfriend of mine told me about a guided tour of the graffiti walls, Miami’s best graffiti guide. Touring by bike gave us a whole new perspective to the city. We learned about the origins of the artists and what inspired them to spray the walls.
Next time I visit there will be a whole new viewpoint on this fabulous city!
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