Wondering why so many travelers are choosing to visit Miami this year? Just a few of the reasons include enjoying the beautiful Miami weather, visiting Miami’s stunning beaches, taking in the legendary nightlife, and exploring the many districts and neighborhoods that make Miami unique.

According to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, more than 23 million tourists visited Miami last year, making it a record-breaking year for tourism. 2019 has proven to continue to showcase this city’s popularity!


The Weather Is Amazing

Miami whether is very accommodating, as low temperatures tend to be in the lower sixties, and the high temperatures tend to be in the upper eighties.

Between March and May, travelers can expect to enjoy the warm temperatures that come to mind when thinking of Miami, as these months offer perfect temperatures in the seventies and eighties during the daytime.

Since Miami is part of Florida’s subtropical climate, a few rain showers here and there are more common during the summer and autumn months.

Lots Of Beaches To Choose From

Miami offers its visitors a variety of beaches to enjoy! The Florida coastline is one that never disappoints, and accordingly includes some of the best beaches in all of America. While some of the beaches in Miami are natural beaches, many of Miami’s beaches are actually manmade. Either way, there’s a saying that all of Miami is a beach, which has a large part in establishing Miami’s identity.

The list below includes some of the absolute best beaches in Miami.

  • Lummus Park Beach
  • Haulover Beach
  • South Pointe Park Pier
  • Surfside
  • Sunny Isles Beach
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
  • Fort Lauderdale Beach
  • Crandon Park
  • Bal Harbour
  • Hobie Beach
  • Delray Beach
  • Hollywood Beach

Miami’s Unique Districts / Neighborhoods

The Downtown District in Miami includes the neighborhoods of Omni and Brickell, an area that offers visitors the opportunity to explore parks, museums, education centers, theaters and lots of shops. The North District in Miami includes the neighborhoods of Midtown, Overtown, Design District, Little Haiti and Upper Eastside (aka MiMo District). The West and South District’s includes the neighborhoods of Little Havana, West Miami, Coral Way, Coconut Grove (aka The Grove), and Kendall.

Many Miami neighborhoods offer a taste of Cuban culture, which is a large part of the allure. Below are a few additional neighborhoods visitors won’t want to miss while exploring Miami.

  • Wynwood
  • Coral Gables
  • Miracle Mile
  • South Beach

Nightlife For Days

The city of Miami truly comes alive once the sun starts to set! There’s plenty of Latin music to be found in Miami’s bars, where many top DJs can be found dropping the beats. Guests can choose to dance the night away, relax with a glass of wine in hand, or enjoy the variety of entertainment options that are always taking place in Miami’s nightlife scene.

The following is a list of some of the best Miami bars to enjoy.

Best Cocktail Bars

  • Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company
  • Broken Shaker
  • The Anderson
  • Bar Bevy
  • Jaguar Sun
  • Matador Bar
  • Saxony Bar
  • The Regent Cocktail Club

Best Jazz Bars:

  • Le Chat Noir
  • Ball and Chain
  • Lagniappe:
  • North Beach Bandshell
  • The Corner
  • The Fish House

Best Rooftop Bars:

  • Suga
  • Astra
  • Area 31
  • 3 Social
  • Juvia
  • Vista
  • Gale South Beach
  • Highbar
  • WET Deck
  • Bloom Skybar

When it comes to visiting a destination that offers travelers a wide variety of exciting things to see and do, The Magic City is definitely a travel hotspot!

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