Miami is not only beach and malls. Once the curious visitor travels around the city, he will find that the neighborhoods are what gives the city its true multicultural identity. And, each neighborhood has a distinctive experience to offer.

Coral Gables, minutes away from Miami International Airport, is an upscale commercial and residential neighborhood with ample avenues and streets. It is good place to walk or do some shopping along Miracle Mile or in the luxurious Merrick Place Mall.

Coconut Grove is a bohemian neighborhood, preferred by artists and intellectuals who live in cottage-like house in the midst of a tropical forest.

Little Havana is the Latin District where Cubans leave their mark in the urban landscape and the dynamics of everyday life.

The Design District is a renovated neighborhood north downtown, with the avant garde furniture and fashion design studios.

Wynwood neighborhood is becoming a hot spot in the city, beatiful places to eat and to get some drinks. Better to visit during the evening. The second saturday of every month they have the art walk, the art galleries open until late night and some of them offere ammenities, great atmosphere to walk and get some drinks

Downtown Miami, where history meets the future as skyscrapers take the place of empty lots and run down buildings, offer the traveler upscale hotels, shopping opportunities and new art and entertainment venues for enjoyment.

And of course, the worldly known South Beach, where the beach takes on the landscape of this laid back area of Miami, offers its Art Deco Hotels and bars and young hip ambience.