In Miami, attend plays at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. Explore the numerous and varied exhibitions at the Center for the Fine Arts, with Mediterranean-style architecture along with the Metro Dade Cultural Center and the Main Library. In Miami Beach, visit The Wolfsonian, a foundation museum dedicated to decorative arts from 1885 to 1945, it is home to hundreds of thousands of European and American items.
The nightlife and entertainment are mainly found on Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue: all places that have served as the backdrop for famous films and television s© Christophe Dubois / Easyvoyage
This is the city's busiest and most famous district, known for its long lines of hotels all very lit up by night.© Christophe Dubois / Easyvoyage
Miami was once described as the "Ibiza of America" due to its lively nightlife.© Christophe Dubois / Easyvoyage
The Carlyle Hotel in Miami is just one example of a highly luxurious and very sought-after hotel in the city.© Christophe Dubois / Easyvoyage
Taking a seat in a bar in Miami and watching the people in the street walk by can prove to be a lot more interesting than you might think.© Christophe Dubois / Easyvoyage