In Miami there is also room for art in all its forms, these neighbourhoods are proof of this
It's not all sun and sand
Although Miami is often identified by beaches, sun, bronzed bodies and other similar characteristics, this great metropolis has many other sides to it. For example, the artistic side. To immerse yourself in this, it’s best to go to the Design District and Wynwood Arts District. Separated by 36th Street, these two neighbourhoods are the most trendy and avant-guard on the contemporary scene. In the first, design, architecture and fashion reign supreme, it is full of galleries, areas of interior decoration and cutting-edge design, shops of the best designers in the world and state-of-the-art restaurants. Wynwood is the epitome of artistic innovation. The neighbourhood is notable for its art galleries, housed in the old warehouses in what was, at the time, a dismal area of the city. Don’t miss Wynwood Walls, the exterior of many of these factories have been covered with graffiti painted by some of the best street artists in the world.