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Miami is situated in southeast Florida, between the Florida Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean. It has grown to America’s favorite tropical city and is an extremely popular vacation destination. The Miami Downtown Development Authority strives, with inspiration, determination, and transformation as their objectives, to develop the area making it the preferred commerce, culture, tourism and urban living destination.
Downtown Miami has a pulsating heartbeat and surrounds the visitor with its many sleek skyscrapers, luxury condos, apartments, lofts, department stores and cosmopolitan shopping emporiums in the Brickell Avenue area. Around the busy Flagler Street, historic shopping arcades and storefronts packed with commercial merchandise is a reminder of Miami’s origins as a trading town. Downtown Miami’s many diverse ethnic groups inspire a variety of dining delights and culinary styles served in top restaurants and tiny street side cafes. Bayside Marketplace, located in Biscayne Boulevard, is a delightful open-air shopping experience, enlivened by amusing street performers and mouthwatering food stands. Enjoy a lovely cup of Cuban coffee or let your taste buds feast on the impressive range of food options on offer, ranging from Creole, sushi, vegetarian, and Latin cuisine. From Bayside Marketplace a leisurely stroll along the waterfront brings visitors to Pier 5 where they will find the real spirit of Miami in the many street performers, artists, and designers that display their creations and talent.
Downtown Miami offer outstanding attractions and activities such as Freedom Tower, a tribute to the many hardships of the Cuban people and their desire to flee a Communist Cuba and make America their home. Bayfront Park has a stunning Amphitheater for the performing arts and movies, and is a lovely setting for visitors to relax, picnic on the grass area and soak up the essence of the region. An electrifying New Years Eve Celebration is held in the park, ending the year with a dazzling fireworks display. Other attractions to visit are the Center for Fine Arts, and the South Florida Historical Museum. There are also two Cuban Museums paying homage to the refugees of the 1960’s and 70’s.
Beautiful Downtown Miami has so much to offer in terms of culture, commerce, finance, tourism, accommodation, and attractions, a city at work, transforming it into one of the most sought after destinations in the world.