Miami

Miami

Discover a place in the United States where the sun shines all the time

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5 good reasons to go to Miami

Drive with the wind in your hair
Drive with the wind in your hair
You would be well advised to hire a convertible here in what is known as the "Sunshine State", as it is well known for its exceptional sunshine and pleasant temperatures throughout the year. Miami is THE destination where you should allow yourself the luxury of a convertible.
Swim with dolphins
Swim with dolphins
Dolphins are everywhere in Florida. Several companies offer swimming activities with fascinating pilot whales/dolphins, in pools, or in their natural habitat. It's also possible to observe them on a simple boat ride.The coastguards have even trained them to give early warning when sharks are present.
Thrills guaranteed
Thrills guaranteed
A few hours away by car, in Orlando, you are bound to enjoy the mind-blowing theme parks. The big studios battle relentlessly to win over and attract tourists. They race to have the highest, craziest ride and defy the laws of gravity.
Enjoy a cruise
Enjoy a cruise
Florida has three of the biggest cruise ports in the world, offering a large number of heavenly routes through the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, United States Virgin Islands, St. Martin and many other Caribbean Islands.
A Land of Adventure
Florida boasts several nature reserves where dolphins, manatees and alligators live together, along with a wide variety of other wild and wonderous species. One of the most famous is the Everglades. A wild, swampy area which has, however, been suitably equipped for you to discover its wildlife safely.

To see / do

Culture and History

The Art Deco Historic District

The Art Deco Historic District

The city of Miami is known around the world for its Art Deco buildings, probably the best showcase of Art Deco in the United States. Built in the 30s and 40s after a hurricane, over 800 buildings are on the National Register of Historic Monuments. This architectural style is both geometrical and bold, and has enriched the city with tropical, colourful designs evoking its beautiful landscapes.

Cape Canaveral

The first man to walk on the moon was launched from this base. You can discover the exceptional museum which provides details of this special adventure and where you can dream of a trip to the stars.

Head down to the Florida Keys

Head down to the Florida Keys

You will start to breathe in the exhilarating Carribbean air when you arrive at the Florida Keys: an incredible string of Islands located at the southern-most tip of the state and partially linked by an iconic road. On one side, the Gulf of Mexico, and on the other, the Atlantic Ocean, the area is criss-crossed by mangroves and beautiful beaches.

Go out

Soak up Latino rythms

Hispanics and Latino Americans represent a quarter of the local population. No wonder so many neighbourhoods resonate to the sound of salsa, bachata and reggaeton. The strong community of Little Havana's Cuba has also made the Rumba and the Conga famous. Meanwhile, Caribbean immigrants wiggle their hips to Zouk and Soca.

Wynwood Walls

Wynwood Walls

In less than 10 years, this neighbourhood, originally known for its warehouses, has changed to become the Mecca of Street Art. With Tony Goldman's influence in the 2000s, Wynwood has become a huge, ever-changing, open air art gallery. The lifespan of a mural is often less than one year, which seems mind-blowing when you see the quality of each work on every street corner.

The Orlando Theme Parks

Orlando is the world's capital in terms of theme parks, where two mammoths, Disney World and Universal Studios, compete in a race to have the best rides and the most thrills. Thrills and fun guaranteed in the world's most famous theme parks.

Gastronomy

Alligator meat

For those who love to try new flavours, you will easily find this type of meat in Florida. As a matter of fact, alligators proliferate in this region. The reptile's tail is the only part which is eaten and its taste resembles poultry or frog's legs.

Key lime pie

For those who love to try new flavours, you will easily find this type of meat in Florida. As a matter of fact, alligators proliferate in this region. The reptile's tail is the only part which is eaten and its taste resembles poultry or frog's legs.

Stone crab

Florida crab is a very popular dish. We mainly eat the claws, as they have a natural tendancy to grow back. Crab fishing is authorised from mid-October to mid-May. The crab made the reputation of the famous restaurant "Joe Stone's Crab", set up in Miami Beach in 1913

Latino food

Latino food

Cuban and Mexican communities are significant in Florida, you will find plenty of Hispanic specialties in restaurant menus. One of the most popular is Burritos rolled in wheat tortillas, filled with beef cooked with onions, black beans, tomatoes or cheese. A cheap dish loved by all.

Healthy food

Miami is a cutting-edge city that offers the latest trendy culinary creations, sometimes organic, often healthy, but always instagrammable.

Practical information

Currency

Dollar américain

Spoken languages

English and spanish

Time difference

-5h GMT

Distance

7230 km

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* The information on this page is provided for information purposes only and is not exhaustive. The list of airlines is subject to change. Changes to flight offers may occur at any time and without notice. For details of connections, contact airlines or travel agencies.

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