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Miami and the Beaches Guide

South Florida is at a nexus. It both serves as a sort of capital of Latin America as well as a premier destination for the US as a way to escape the winters of the north.

The area has unique cultural characteristics that are represented by the various areas located here.

Miami Beach is known for the hotels. While more exotic of a location, it tends to be more of the traditional type of vacation destination. It's a great location to get away from it all. This includes South Beach.

Coral Gables has a slight Latin feel. The hotels are top-notch and have people from around the world pleased with the results. This includes the world famous Biltmore Hotel and the Miracle Mile for shopping.

Key Biscayne is away from it all and fun in a unique way. Accessible via a causeway, it is separated from the rest of the area and people who tend to go to Key Biscayne tend to stay on Key Biscayne.

Lincoln Road has quality shopping available for your needs along with a walkway with a variety of people enjoying the cafes and shops.

Aventura has a variety of quality venues as well as the mall. It is more known for major condos and people who stay here from all over the world, but only spend part time in the area.

South Florida sometimes needs bilingual options. Language does become an issue by the international nature of the area. People speak Spanish, French, Portuguese, Creole, Italian, German, Russian and English.

There are beaches, swamp areas, a variety of sports including odd ones such as Jai Alai and Polo, major shopping places and homes.

You can learn more about area entertainment through the Miami Comedy Guide and the Improv Miami website.

There are multiple airports for transportation including MIA, FLL (Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport), PBI (Palm Beach International) as well as Naples from the opposite coast.

I-95 heads up the east coast of Florida all the way to Maine. I-75 crosses the state through Alligator Alley, then heads from Naples up through Tampa to the rest of the country.

The Port of Miami and Port Everglades serves cruise ships that travel to Latin America and the Caribbean.

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