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A genuine tropical paradise, with an annual average temperature of 24 degrees, Miami and its endless beaches of white sand and turquoise waters differs from the rest of the cities in the United States. Located in the south of Florida, its proximity to Cuba makes it home to an important Cuban community, which gives the city its unique flavour. By taking one of our cheap flights to Miami, you will land in a large metropolis, which offers the best of what both the United States and the Caribbean have to offer. Proof of this is the Little Havana district, a slice of Cuba, filled with the enticing aromas of cigars and coffee, where many exiled Cubans came to begin their new life.
Above all, Miami is famed for its beaches and nightlife. Lose yourself on the unspoilt beaches of Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, an almost wild recreation area, perfect for cycling, kayaking, having a picnic and soaking up the sun on the beach, where you can climb the lighthouse to enjoy stunning views of a beach deemed one of the top ten in the United States. For a more popular and bustling beach, head to Miami’s fashionable South Beach, where you can enjoy the sophisticated atmosphere, made famous in films and television series set in Miami.
Nightlife options are endless, and include ever-lively areas like South Beach (home to Ocean Drive, lined with bars and famous clubs, such as Nikki Beach), Coconut Grove, and Downtown Miami.
In addition to beaches and nightlife, Miami has a lot to offer lovers of art and architecture, including the Art Deco District and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. The Art Deco District, south of South Beach, is home to almost a thousand beautiful buildings, dating back to this wonderful architectural period, between the 1920s and 1940s. The lavish Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, built by a megalomaniac millionaire in 1914 after an Italian Renaissance palace, will transport you back to 16th century Italy. However, it is highly unlikely that you will need a diversion from all things Miami!