Beautiful sandy beaches, clear blue skies, and tropical weather: Welcome to Miami!
We get that escaping the cold is vital during winter months, but with summer right around the corner we’re leaving those frigid temperatures behind and looking forward to a summer’s guide on how to experience Miami like a local with the perks of a tourist!
Sometimes all you want to do is kick back, relax and have a margarita and what better place than in Miami Beach? One of the top destinations for vacation in the country you’ll find yourself leaving behind any stress and relaxing with sand on your toes. Part of the appeal found in Miami Beach is being able to walk around and see different tourist spots but also having a comfortable place to go back to!
With Miami beach location is key, and while the water can be accessed from almost anywhere; accommodations in the North Beach Area can boast the views as well as the comforts. With a Publix just a 6-minute walk away you will have the ability to enjoy the sandy beaches with your groceries waiting for you at the apartment for dinner.
With water on both sides and easy access to both the downtown area and the beach this is an apartment that was made to explore your local tourist experience.
An extra perk? This apartment is also a Golfer’s dream come true since it’s near La Gorge Golf Course; it doesn’t get any more Florida than that!
A sophisticated strip with some of the best architecture and shopping around, Brickell is a sight to behold. Filled with life and constant new areas to visit this neighborhood is one you want to immerse yourself as a local.
Sophisticated, close to diverse living and corporate work life this neighborhood will have you looking at real estate and quick!
While it isn’t right next to the beach this prime location gives you access to high-end cuisine, is walking distance from Mary Brickell Village which features prime boutiques for all price ranges, diverse nightlife and convenient shopping.
If the petit outdoor shopping center is too crowded or you just want something bigger, a little farther way you can satisfy your shopping spree with a visit to The Brickell City Centre. A new shopping center meant to wow your senses and create an invaluable experience while keeping the Miami outdoor feel.
A Little Bit of Both
Separated from the beach but still riding the waves of diversity Wynwood and Little Havana are the neighborhoods for those of you looking for a high-end cultural experience with cool spots for tourist activities. Brimming with street art, coffee shops and authentic Latin foods and goods these neighborhoods will help your adventure side come out.