Private tour of Miami

Private Transfer (5 hours min.)
We will accompany you to visit the following points
of tourist interest:

Tour Miami 2024


Transfer to points of interest Snack: Snack, water and sodas 5 hours of walking with their respective stops

Miami Beach: We begin our fabulous tour in the most famous and visited place in Miami, where you can enjoy a walk along the boulevard that borders white sand beaches and turquoise waters, as well as its Art Deco architecture and its cosmopolitan atmosphere. We will start in South Beach, the most popular and lively stretch of the coast, where you will find historic hotels, restaurants, shops and nightclubs. You can also stroll along Ocean Drive, the most emblematic boulevard in Miami Beach, which borders the sea and is full of life.


Brickell, Bayside y Downtown Miami

We cross the MacArthur Causeway and reach the financial and commercial center of Miami, known as Brickell. Here you can see the impressive skyscrapers that make up the city skyline, as well as the Brickell City Centre, a complex of shops, restaurants and entertainment. Continuing along the coast, you’ll reach Bayside Marketplace, an open-air shopping center offering ocean views, live music, and dining and shopping options. Optional we offer a boat ride on Biscayne Bay and see celebrity mansions on nearby islands. Near Bayside is Downtown Miami, the historical and cultural heart of the city, where you can visit the HistoryMiami Museum, the Miami Art Museum and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts.

Wynwood: From Downtown, we will go north along Biscayne Boulevard and reach the Wynwood neighborhood, one of the most creative and artistic in Miami. Here you can admire the urban art that covers the walls of the buildings, especially at the Wynwood Walls, an open-air space that displays murals by local and international artists. You can also explore the art galleries, studios, shops and cafes in the area, or try craft beer from one of the local breweries.
Design District: Next to Wynwood is the Design District, a neighborhood dedicated to fashion, design, architecture and art. Here you can see the stores of the most exclusive brands, such as Christian Louboutin, Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Prada, as well as the works of art that are

They display in the squares and facades. You can also visit the Institute of Contemporary Art, which offers free exhibitions of contemporary art.
Little Havana: To finish the tour, we will return south along Calle Ocho and reach the Little Havana neighborhood, the center of Cuban culture in Miami. Here you can feel the Caribbean atmosphere, with music, dance, food and art. You can visit the Domino Park, where locals play dominoes and chess, or the Cuban Memorial, which pays tribute to the heroes and martyrs of Cuban history. You can also try Cuban coffee, Cuban sandwich, pastries and other typical dishes in one of the restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood.

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