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Shopping in Miami – Party central of the world!
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Miami, the world’s most popular holiday destination, has something memorable to offer everyone. There is also the swanky South Beach nightlife to be experienced, the unique style of the Art Deco district to be admired, the historic nooks and crannies of Coral Gables to be discovered and the coffee of Little Havana to be sampled. Here, you can immerse yourself in major league football, basketball, hockey, baseball, golf or tennis. Celebrations for art, food and wine happen year round. This is also the place to come for boat shows and auto racing. Another feature of the famed beach front is the luxury hotel. Miami Beach often attracts the world’s affluent and if you are looking to be up close to its biggest attraction its not very difficult to find the perfect accommodation such as the Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach.
The party capital would not be complete without a wide selection of shopping options. If you want to shop but not miss out on the plentiful sunshine, head to Bayside Marketplace overlooking Biscayne Bay; downtown’s Mary Brickell Village or visit Miami’s first and most picturesque neighborhood, Coconut Grove, where a multicultural marketplace called CocoWalk, takes center stage. Here you will also find ‘First Flight Out’, a historical exhibit and retail store dedicated to the now defunct Pan Am airline. Take a tour of Miami’s shopping malls starting with Aventura Mall, which houses three hundred of the world’s best known luxury brands. Dolphin Mall, on the other hand, attracts bargain hunters with its large collection of outlet stores. The streets of South Florida: Lincoln Road, Espanola Way, Washington Avenue and Ocean Drive among several others, offer a shopping experience with local flavour. The Mediterranean-style promenades of Coral Gables are known for bridal shops, bakeries, and more. Head to Wynwood to root out one of a kind vintage or thrift store treasures.

 

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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