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Vacation rentals are plentiful in vibrant, busy Miami. Located close to the beach, town or nightlife areas, holiday villas are spacious, opulent and surrounded by lush, green gardens. You will also find a great selection of smaller town houses and lock-up-and go apartments. Your vacation home can be located right next to the beach and waterways of Miami or close to the city itself, it's all up to you. There are modern apartments in the city close to all the best nightspots as well as apartments close to Miami's "Little Havana"Spacious rental home in the Downtown District
Miami's downtown area is the hub of Miami's nightlife zone, skycrapers and restaurants, bars and clubs. You don't need a car to explore when you rent a vacation home in the downtown area. When you stay Downtown you can simply leave your spacious town house or cosy apartment whenever you like and step into the vibrant city life that makes up the downtown area. You can visit art museums, galleries and a range of other places of interest or events in the downtown area.
Miami is a seaport city at the southeastern corner of Florida in the US. It is located on the Atlantic coast. It is part of the second-most populous metropolis in the southeastern United States. Miami can be found on a plain between the Florida Everglades and Biscayne Bay, from Florida Bay to Lake Okeechobee. The main part of the city can be found on the shore of Biscayne Bay. Here you will find hundreds of natural and artificially barrier islands containing Miami and South Beach. The Gulf Stream is the warm ocean current, which runs off the coast, allowing the city's climate to stay warm and mild throughout the year round.
Miami is a great vacation destination for the whole family. The sheer plethora of available water sports and activities, events and culture makes this an exciting city to visit at any time of the year. The Miami Children's museum offers a great way to spend the day as does the Seaquarium, Miami Zoo and Jungle Island. At Crandon Park Amusement Centre, the family can enjoy a soft beach, amusement park, vintage carousel, concessions stands and a picnic area. At theMiami Dade College, Kendall Campus Earth Science Museum and Demonstration Center children can enjoy touching fossils from a variety of archaeological digs.Miami for golfers
There are several top-notch golf courses in the Miami area. The Miami Shores Country Club, International Links Melreese Country Club and Miami Beach Gold Club offer some excellent golf in a setting that is just as magnificent.
Top Things to do in Miami Florida
The Oleta River State Park features wetlands, mangroves and hammocks at Oleta River State Park. In the park you can enjoy several different bike trails, encompassing fifteen miles. Bikes can be rented at the Blue Moon Outdoor Center, where you can also rent an assortment of canoes and kayaks. The native wildlife and fish nurseries are interesting and if you need a guided tour you can schedule instruction and tours. The Full Moon expedition is a 2/3 hour, 4/5 mile trip around the time of the full moon.2. The Miami Seaquarium
Lolita was the original killer whale at the Miami Seaquarium who performed with Pacific white-sideddolphins. Sharks, manatees, turtles, alligators and other creatures also entertain the visitors. If you prefer getting up lose and personal you can put on a wetsuit and jump into Dolphin Harbor. Here, you'll learn how dolphins live as a "Dolphin Odyssey" guest not to mention how to how to trade kisses, hugs, rubs and yes- dance with the dolphins-before they take you for a memorable ride across the pool.3. Duck Tours South Beach
Choose Duck Tours South Beach land to water tour where you can climb aboard a specially engineered "Hydra Terra," which leaves from South Beach. After the tour of the Art Deco District, you can blow your duck whistles at passersby! Then the hydra floats into Biscayne Bay. At this point you can get a fantastic view of mansions on the islands that are only reachable by boat or private causeway. This is a novel way to see some famous Miami attractions and landmarks.