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Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

  • Little Havana

    Latin American flair
    Head over to Calle Oche for a big dose of Latin American lifestyle. This street is the epicentre of the Cuban immigrants’ district – no other place in Miami boasts more Caribbean flair! The premiere addresses include the restaurant’s Versailles, Casa Juancho and the tiny bar Hoy Como Ayer with live music and great mojitos! The rough borders of Little Havana are the Miami River to the north, 11th Street to the south, 22nd Avenue to the west, and the Interstate 95 to the east.
  • Wynwood Walls

    Street art
    Artists from Asia, Europe, South America and the USA were invited to give free rein to their creative impulses using the warehouse walls of what is now the Wynwood Art District. At the invitation of real estate mogul Tony Goldman, dreary building facades were transformed with art. And why? Quite simple: the idea is to turn a burgeoning street art scene into a curated open-air exhibition.
    NW 25th Street
    Miami 33127
    +1 305 531 4411
  • Wynwood Arts District

    The world’s biggest open-air street art area
    The Wynwood Arts District is home to over 70 galleries, cool shops like popular Frangipani, antiques shops, relaxed bars and great restaurants. On Saturdays there are organised Art Walks – or you can simply stroll around the colourful, creative world. One great place to stop for refreshments is the Wynwood Kitchen & Bar. The rough borders of the Wynwood Art District are NW 29th Street to the north, NW 20th Street to the south, N Miami Avenue to the east, and NW 5th Avenue to the west.

  • Beaches

    First choice: Miami Beach
    Miami Beach is probably the most popular, but Bal Harbour, Crandon Park, Sunny Isles and Virginia Key also have wonderful beaches. One insider tip is the quiet lagoon of Matheson Hammock Park, which has fabulous views of Miami’s skyline.
  • 1111

    The world’s best-looking car park
    Even the multi-storey car parks in Miami have style. Especially the 1111, which was designed by the architects Herzog & de Meuron. Costing 65 million dollars and designed to accommodate 300 cars, the building has no outer walls and resembles a house of cards. It’s actually quite nice to sit in the car for a little longer and admire the views from the car park.
    1111 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach 33139
    +1 305 538 9320
  • Fairchild

    Botanic Garden
    Over 4000 different palm trees, more than 700 tropical flowering trees and some 30 species of butterfly await you at the 34-hectare Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. You can easily spend the whole day here, admiring both the rare blooms and the works of art on display throughout the park. A fabulous world that is not far from the Miami lifestyle.

    10901 Old Cutler Road
    Coral Gables, FL 33156
    +1 305 661 8953
  • Helium

    Deluxe bric-a-brac
    The perfect place to find a gift, whatever the occasion. The pretty boutique right on the corner of Ocean Drive is a veritable treasure trove of delightful and unusual designer objects. It’s all colour: vases, salad bowls, flip-flops, cake plates and umbrellas in every colour of the rainbow. It also has amusing notepads, calendars and gift wrap.
    760 Ocean Court
    Miami Beach 33139
    +1 305 538 41 11
  • ETC Miami

    Owner Monika Kalpakian is a high-profile Miami socialite, and well-known for her exquisite taste. Her boutique radiates personal charm, and stocks a gorgeous array of home accessories that she has sourced from around the world, including handcrafted jewellery, unusual tea sets, silver trays and vintage watches.
    1628 Jefferson Avenue
    Miami 33139
    +1 305 673 43 82
  • Frangipani

    This pretty shop with the lovely name of Frangipani gives you a warm feeling. On the one hand, the creams smell so delightfully of pretty flowers, and on the other you can hardly get enough of the many different bags, home accessories, books, stationery and clothing. You’ll find more and more things that you simply have to take with you. Maybe go for a stroll through the popular Wynwood district, and it might be easier to make a decision after a coffee at the Panther.
    2516 NW 2nd Ave
    Miami 33127
    +1 305 582 63 96
  • Osklen

    Cool and sporty
    The Brazilian label is famous for its cool, casual outfits. Sporty and active people in particular appreciate Osklen’s popular styles and exclusive materials. Whether surfer, climber or cyclist, there’s something for everyone. And now there’s even a slightly smarter version for the less athletic.
    1101 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach 33139
    +1 305 532 89 77
  • Base

    Trendy and stylish
    This cutting edge lifestyle store is hipper than any short-lived fashion trend. The products at Base are chosen carefully and with a keen sense for the unusual and the special. The collections by young designers are definitely worth a visit, as are the terrific skincare products, accessories, CDs and books.
    939 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach 33139
    +1 305 531 49 82
  • The Falls

    Open-air shopping mall
    The Falls has more than 100 shops, restaurant and cafés as well as entertainment. It is one of the biggest open-air shopping malls in the USA, and with shops such as Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Gap and Victoria’s Secret, it is also extremely popular. There are plenty of restaurants to provide fortification on a shopping trip, although even non-shoppers will enjoy strolling through the pergolas and water landscapes with their luscious tropical vegetation.
    8888 Southwest 136th Street
    Miami 33176
    +1 305 255 45 70
  • The Webster

    Luxurious concept store
    This former art deco hotel is also home to a luxurious concept store with goods ranging from exclusive jewellery and accessories to designer fashion by labels such as Givenchy, Tom Ford, Lanvin and Chanel. Strolling through the airy aisles and looking at the delightful offerings is just heavenly – who cares if most of us can’t afford them!
    1220 Collins Avenue
    Miami Beach 33139
    +1 305 674 78 99
  • Art Miami

    International art fair
    Once a year, the most important and most famous exhibition of contemporary art in the USA takes place in Miami. And every year over 65,000 collectors, curators, museum specialists and art lovers from all over the world come to Miami to see the most important works of art of the 20th and 21st centuries.
    48 NW 29th Street
    Miami 33137
    +1 305 515 85 73
  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    Contemporary art
    The aim of the Museum of Contemporary Art – MOCA for short – is to make contemporary art accessible to as many people as possible. The museum organises exciting events to enrich the residents’ lives, and create an interest in art. There are regular special exhibitions as well as the permanent one.
    Joan Lehman Building
    770 NE 125th Street
    North Miami 33161
    +1 305 893 62 11
  • Rubell Family

    Mera and Don Rubell first started collecting art back in the 1960s. The couple has now accumulated well over 1000 works of art, which means it has one of the biggest privately-owned collections of contemporary art in the world. It includes works by Damien Hirst, Julian Schnabel, Keith Haring, Cindy Sherman and Jeff Koons. The collection is presented in the halls of a former warehouse. Closed on Mondays.
    95 NW 29th Street
    Miami 33127
    +1 305 573 60 90


My tip for a relaxed beachside afternoon in Miami – Keep walking down 5th Street towards South Pointe Park until you’ve left the South Beach crowds far behind you. Although there are not so many restaurants and bars here as in South Beach, it’s a lot more peaceful and pleasant here.

South Pointe Park
1 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 33139