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Families will love:

  • Art Deco
  • Historic, colorful streets
  • Endless miles of beach

When most people think of Miami, they are thinking South Beach or Miami Beach; that exciting strip of land separated by the mainland and nearly island like with the bay and ocean flanking it. This is the rejuvenated home of Art Deco, where once upon a time, celebs like Sinatra and Martin first ... more
When most people think of Miami, they are thinking South Beach or Miami Beach; that exciting strip of land separated by the mainland and nearly island like with the bay and ocean flanking it. This is the rejuvenated home of Art Deco, where once upon a time, celebs like Sinatra and Martin first introduced the country to Miami's heat. Falling into disrepair in the 70s and 80s, it made a complete turnaround in the 1990s, with a new crop of celebrities like J.Lo and Gloria Estefan calling the are home.

Miami Beach can become a party scene at night, but during the day, strolling its historical and colorful streets, dining at one of the many Ocean Avenue outdoor restaurants, and playing along the seemingly endless miles of beach makes it a great place for families. There are many Latin influences here, from Cuban to Brazilian to Puerto Rican and Argentinian. You'll feel like you have traveled to a tropical and foreign destination, without needing a passport.

Written by Lissa Poirot less

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