We are still shopping, this time internationally, but still taking time to relax at pavement cafes

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Washington Avenue and Española Way

International boutiques for another shopping trip

Another of the heavyweights of Miami Beach, as far as shopping is concerned, is Washington Avenue, which runs parallel (separated by Collins Court) to its neighbour Collins Avenue. Like Collins, it is one of the highlights of the Art Deco District and with Collins, it is the avenue where the largest number of international shops is found. Perpendicular to Washington Avenue you will find Española Way, a small pedestrian street with a personality all of its own. Amid the hustle and bustle of the beach area, this small street has art galleries, restaurants, small shops and even a hotel (The Clay) where they have recorded videos, series and a certain film. Española Way has a lively atmosphere with a lot of charm, don’t miss it. And, on Sundays there is an open-air market.

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