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Airports in Santo Domingo

The city of Santo Domingo is served by two airports- Las Americas International Airport (also called Aeropuerto Internacional Las Americas in Spanish), and La Isabela International Airport.

Las Americas International Airport is the primary airport serving Santo Domingo. It is the second-busiest in the country and one of the largest in the Caribbean. The airport serves scheduled flights to the US, the Caribbean and Europe.

Explore Miami

Miami is a major port city on the Atlantic coast of south Florida in the southeastern United States. It is also called the ‘Capital of Latin America.’ The city also flaunts the country’s third tallest skyline. For those wishing to get a feel of the 200-year-old Miami, the city’s southern side is well worth a visit. It features an early 20th century residential neighborhood and Miami's City Hall (built in 1825) plus traditional narrow winding roads and a heavy tree canopy.

Things to do in Miami

Coral Way

Named for a road that was laid here in 1920s, the Coral Way is one of the most beautiful corridors in South Florida. This quaint neighborhood features early-20th century houses, exhibiting a combination of Mission Revival Style architecture and period Bungalow designs. Some also flaunt a mix of the Art Deco and posts Second World War homes.

Kampong

The Kampong is one of the five gardens of the non-profit National Tropical Botanical Garden institution. It features a wide range of tropical fruits including 23 cultivars of avocado and 65 varieties of mango in addition to palms, flowering trees, and bamboo. The garden is also home to a 1928 house called the Fairchild-Sweeney House.

Barnacle Historic State Park

The Barnacle Historic State Park is a 5-acre Florida State Park in Miami. It is based around a late 19th century house (called Barnacle) that is also the oldest house in its original location in Miami-Dade County. This house belonged to Ralph Middleton Munroe, who was one of founders of Coconut Grove (the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami).

Best Time to Fly to Miami

The best times to fly to Miami are the winter and spring seasons that together run from December to May. One can attend cultural events like Art Basel, Art Deco Weekend, South Beach Food Wine Festival, and Miami Beach International Fashion Week during this period.

Miami Travelers' Reviews

  Mrs
Was everything ok
- EMMA  May 11, 2018
  My 48th Birthday
I had a wonderful stay while was there. Flights were good just too cold.
- Member  May 10, 2018

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