Ancient Spanish Monastery
Positioned in North Miami Beach, Ancient Spanish Monastery is the oldest construction standing in the Western Hemisphere today. The structure originally existed in Segovia, Spain, but later it was disassembled into small parts and transported to Miami where the parts were tacked together in North Miami Beach.
For an exploratory break, it is essential to make a visit to Miami Seaquarium, the longest operating oceanarium in the United States. The venue holds animal shows and personal interactive programs regularly for the visitors. Among the diverse collection, one will find whales, dolphins, stingrays, Sharky’s Sky Trail and Salty’s Pirate Playground.
Scattered over an area of 340 acres, Miami Zoo is home to over 3,000 animals. The highlights of the site include its Humpy's Camel Rides, Kaziranga Camp Rhino Encounter, Samburu Giraffe Feeding Station and Wings Down Under: A Parrot Feeding Experience. Tour around in the zoo on foot or one may take on a Safari cycle, monorail.
Zuma, located at the EPIC Miami Hotel, is an outstanding Japanese restaurant. Dining at Zuma will grant you spectacular views of the river Miami as well as Miami skyline. Designed following the informal style of Japanese dining called izakaya, the eatery consists of dining area, sushi counter & robata grill, private room, sake bar & lounge as well as a terrace.
Joe’s Stone Crab
To treat your taste buds with the best-cooked crabs dipped in mouth-watering flavours and sauces, tourists must look forward to dine at Joe’s Stone Crab. It is one of the most favourite seafood destinations. The stone crab season that extends from October to May gets maximum guests to the venue and the restaurant remains open round-the-clock.
If you are in Miami, then Tuyo is a must on a foodie's to-do-list in the city. Located on the top of the Miami Culinary Institute, the restaurant serves saporous dishes by Chef Victor Santos. Also, the visitors enjoy its excellent dining setting, impeccable service as well as jaw-dropping views of the city.
For the most enthralling all-night fun, travelers have ample choices in Miami as it boasts of numerous rock bars and lounges. Featuring a grand dance floor, ultramodern sound systems, an opulent bar, and a DJ booth, Mansion is one of the hottest nightclubs in Miami.
In the Latin music capital of America, Miami, the nightlife sways best during a live music show. One among the downtown's great concert venue, La Covacha lets you kick back and enjoy Latin music. It has been a host to live performances by several artists, including Los Bacilos, Amigos Invisibles, Silvestre Dangond, Charly García, Orishas and many more.
Make the most of your Friday night by shaking a leg on salsa beats at Salsa Mia. Hosting the most dynamic dance floor, Salsa Mia welcomes everyone, be it skilled dancers or rookies, one must visit this place to live the spirit of this Latin dance.