Even More Iconic Places in Miami

I’ve already wrote about Miami before (you can check here).

So, here’s another short list of must visit places in Miami.

Lincoln Road

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If continuing the topic of shopping, then you cannot miss Lincoln Road, represented by 7 pedestrian blocks, consisting entirely of shops, cafes, restaurants and beauty salons. Unlike Design District, the local brands are different – from affordable to expensive ones, so you won’t be able to leave it without purchases.

Very quickly, Lincoln Road became the largest shopping street in the United States. In addition to shopping, there’s a great spot to enjoy a cup of coffee or lunch, visit a spa procedure or even to go to the cinema. Shops on Lincoln Road are open daily from 10am till 11pm.


Ocean Drive

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Ocean Drive stretches for 25 kilometers along the ocean and represents the heart of the fun life of the capital of Florida. Come there to show yourself and look at others. Beautiful palm-trees, growing along Ocean Drive emphasize the amazing beauty of the area. In the morning, the promenade is occupied by sporty boys and girls who run or ride bicycles, roller skates, and skateboards. In the evening, numerous clubs and cafes open their doors to incendiary parties. There’s always noisy and joyfully. Without visiting Ocean Drive, the impression of Miami will be incomplete.


Little Havana

Little Havana

Little Havana district was named after the Cuban immigrants who fled from repression in their homeland, but took a piece of their culture to the United States. Now people from all over South America live in this area, but the Cuban flavor still prevails there. Spanish speech is heard everywhere, while rocking chairs are standing near the doors of all small houses with reed roofs. The smell is also not local – it smells of Cuban cigars, national food and pastries. The area has everything for a comfortable life – its own park, theater, museums and a stadium.

The restaurants serve ethnic food, and coffee shops – real Cuban coffee. Of course, the locals like dancing salsa and rumba. Residents of the area are friendly, prices are lower than in other areas of Miami – the day spent there will be remembered for a long time.