Holocaust Memorial

Places to Visit in Miami Beach, United States

Miami Beach is a city in the southeastern US state of Florida. Miami Beach is hip and happening. This is the place where many television series and movies have been shot, which is mainly due to the unique appearance that especially characterizes the southern part of Miami Beach. Anyone who visits Miami Beach will see that appearance is important in many ways. The villas on the expensive islands like Star Island and Palm Island seem to be competing for size and exclusivity. On Ocean Drive, car enthusiasts can marvel at the expensive cars cruising by. What remains is the audience that you see especially in the South Beach district, one body seems even more perfect than the other. Plastic surgery, healthy eating and hard sports are elements that are indispensable in daily life in Miami Beach. Miami Beach especially in the mix of American appearance with Caribbean influences. This has created a unique city that cannot be compared in any way with other holiday destinations. Check necessaryhome for a list of U.S. cities starting with R.

TIP: you can book all kinds of fun excursions and entrance tickets in Miami and Miami Beach in advance at the Dutch website Guide and Go. This way you avoid disappointment on the spot and you are guaranteed a spot on popular outings such as a visit to the Everglades, a visit to Key West (day tour), boat tours, city tours and a culinary tour of Little Havana.

Miami Beach ‘s Top 10 Things to Do

South Beach
Miami Beach has miles of sandy beach with beautiful names such as Sunny Isles Beach, Surfside and Bal Harbor Beach. However, according to most, nothing can compare to South Beach, so called because of the geographical location of this beach. South Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world. Here, photo shoots are done for major brands, athletes come to train and beautifully shaped men and women can be admired.

Fontainebleu Hotel
Originally from 1954, the Fontainebleau Hotel is one of the most luxurious and beautiful hotels in Miami Beach. The hotel, with more than fifteen hundred rooms, is a true masterpiece of architecture and design. Even if you’re not a guest here, you should just take a look at the lobby.

Art Deco District
The Art Deco Historic District is a neighborhood within South Beach where Art Deco and Streamline architecture define the streetscape. Very well known (and much photographed) is Ocean Drive with its beautifully designed hotels with pastel shades, beautiful sleek style elements and the matching neon lighting when it’s dark.

The Islands
West of the long spit of land that is seen as the mainland of Miami Beach is Biscayne Bay, which contains artificial islands with expensive names such as Star Island, Palm Island and Hibiscus Island. The capital villas on the waterfront of these islands are all worth at least a few million to many tens of millions of US dollars. You have the best view of these villas and islands by taking a cruise. Most tours depart from Bayside Marketplace.

Lincoln Road Mall
The car-free part of Lincoln Road is a series of shops and restaurants. Since the late 1990s, the Lincoln Road Mall, as this pedestrian area is called, has been one of Miami’s hot spots.

The nightlife in Miami Beach is among the best you will find in Florida and all of America. Most nightlife is concentrated in South Beach. Popular with tourists are bars such as Mango’s Tropical Cafe and the Clevelander Bar on Ocean Drive.

Bass Museum of Art
Located at 2100 Collins Avenue, this art museum specializes in art from the Renaissance to modern art from around the world. The temporary exhibitions often show works by great artists, such as the Dutch painter Cornelis van Haarlem, the French impressionist Armand Guillaumin and the Baroque Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens.

Flagler Monument Island
The Flagler Memorial Island is an artificial island that was created in the year 1920. In the center of the island is a 34-meter high obelisk placed on the island in memory of Henry M. Flagler. Hurricanes and the absence of protective ramparts have transformed the island’s original round shape into an irregularly shaped island

Bal Harbor
Officially a separate municipality that belongs to the Miami Beach area is Bal Harbour, a luxurious part of Miami Beach where mainly expensive apartments are located. The crowd puller within this part of Miami Beach are the Bal Harbor Shops, an open-air shopping center that focuses mainly on the higher segment. This is also where the stores are mainly located where customers do not look so much at the price tag before purchasing something.

Holocaust Memorial
Near the Miami Beach Botanical Garden is the Holocaust Memorial, a memorial to the Holocaust. The impressive artwork is located on Meridien Avenue.

Holocaust Memorial