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Things To Do & Best Places to Go in Miami in 2022

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 Things To Do in Miami & A Guide To Your Visit

This is Miami, so of course there is a big list of things to do here! From shows and comedy clubs to dinner, from a relaxing day by the beach to Boating, partying and dancing, clearly Miami has one of the biggest selection of activities that people from all over the world love to experience. In other words, whatever party you are looking for, most likely Miami might have it.

Where are the best places to go in Miami?

Answer: Literally everywhere. It’s a tough process narrowing it down, but with a little bit of planning, this city will entertain you for a long time.

Here Are Some Ideas of Trending Activities & Things To Do in Miami:

So, where are the best bars in Miami?

It’s hard to list them all, for this reason, we will list our favorite locations:

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Brickell is trendy and a hub for the coolest bars. There’s a great range of nightlife and buzzing cocktail lounges.

Downtown Miami is hipster paradise with a multifaceted arts scene, bars, and a multicultural ambiance.

South Beach includes the Beach of course and Bars and nightclubs all ready to be explored. The bars around here are always bustling and a social media lover’s heaven. Every bar is either sun-lit and bright or low-lit and sleek. The coolest nightlife places can be found here. Let’s not forget, since the city is by the water, there are bars and restaurants all through the coast from South Beach all the way up.

Sights & Sounds (You might want to add one of this places to your list of things to do)

Things to do in Miami

Sights – Miami baby! If it’s culture you’re after, then you can tourist yourselves happy in the beautiful Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) which has plenty of exhibits, hands-on workshops, educational programs, lectures and community events.

Or if you’re totally new to the city then start at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Maurice A. Ferré Park (Museum Park) , then wander down the Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College, with a permanent exhibit on the Cuban culture as well as rotating visual arts exhibitions.

Sounds – For live music and theater, check out the calendar at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. This gleaming structure is home to the Ziff Ballet Opera House, Knight Concert Hall and Carnival Studio Theater. It stages touring Broadway shows and productions by local companies like Zoetic Stage, Miami City Ballet, New World Symphony and the Florida Grand Opera. For major touring concerts and Miami HEAT games, the FTX Arena is just down the street.

For more laid back sounds, head to down town Miami and meet some of our amazing hidden performers. If this is not on your list of things to do, let’s move on to the next one!

Best Shopping Spots

Furthermore, on our list of things to do are definitely shopping:

Things to do in MiamiAventura Mall– A great place to shop in Miami. Aventura Mall is defined by renowned luxury boutiques, a world-class art collection, and international indoor and outdoor dining. But be warned, it could be damaging to your credit card’s health.

The Shops at Midtown – Well worth a wander for those who love to shop. The Shops at Midtown Miami is an open-air shopping center with more than 50 retailers and restaurants located in the heart of Miami, FL. This shopping center hosts monthly community events and on-site activations.

Fifth and Alton – Highly visible landmark – situated at the Gateway to South Beach and is the terminus of the MacArthur Causeway.

Mary Brickell Village – Highly sophisticated and totally fun. This isn’t a stuffy shopping mall. It’s a place to be yourself, find your own fashion voice, and enjoy the breezy attitude that comes with living, shopping and loving every moment in downtown Miami.

Bayside Marketplace

Things to do in MiamiBayside Market Place is located on Biscayne Bay in the heart of Downtown Miami. Visitors of Bayside Market Place can experience the real Miami – home to amazing restaurants, fine shops and live music in a beautiful, waterfront setting.  This two-level, open-air festival center features more than 150 shops including unique and national retailers such as Guess, GAP, and Victoria’s Secret, as well as 12 delicious restaurants, such as Bubba Gump, Hard Rock Café, and The Knife. In addition to the numerous shopping and dining options, visitors can also enjoy free live music performances every day from Miami’s best local musicians.

Enjoy a few drinks by the water or hop on a refreshing Bay cruise, from tours of the celebrity homes on Star Island to gambling cruises, fishing and party charters.

There is so much more to see, from Bayside to Miami Beach Marina, Key Biscayne, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Eden Roc Miami Beach and Coconut Grove and much more. Let’s save some information to our next Blog on… Where to go in Miami?

The Ultimate Ideas of Things To Do & Group Party Activities

Boating in MiamiYou must enjoy a water activity at one point. Boating should be your top pick on the list of things to do in Miami. The Sea is Miami Ultimate’s background . There is no better way to experience this city than to do it from the water. Climb aboard your own personal yacht or even better, get your entire group in a party boat and drift lazily along the crystal blue Miami waters. While cruising towards the swim stop, you can chill in the deck, soak up the sun and take in the stunning scenery.

You might be thinking that boating in Miami can be expensive, but there are so many options out there. It’s worth the search. If you still haven’t had a chance to party hard enough then we’ll arrange a boat party for you and your peeps so you can avoid leaving Miami with the most fun and be swept through the blue ocean. See more…

This is the ultimate class-factor activity if you’re not scared of a little bit of cash splashing. It is your vacation, after all!

 Sightseeing Cruises

View of Bayside Bay

Miami can be expensive, but there are easy and unexpansive ways to experience it. Explore Miami aboard a fully-narrated bilingual sightseeing cruise along scenic Biscayne Bay. Cruise around the coast and see the spectacular sites including the beautiful downtown Miami skyline, the Port of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach and “Millionaire’s Row” and the Homes of the Rich and Famous. This cruise is a laid-back sightseeing experience. You will enjoy the gorgeous views of Miami and in addition relax in a climate-controlled main level or on an open-air top-level aboard one of our larger yachts on this exciting 90-minute boat tour.

Things To Do in Miami Beach

How can your Miami tour be complete if you don’t visit one of the hottest and hippest vacation spots in the country? Aside from parties and bikinis, Miami Beach has a lot more to offer. Miami Beach is also home to the world’s largest deco architecture, featuring more than 800 art deco buildings. And, of course, it’s the best place there is if you want to party. You could also never go wrong with boating here in Miami Beach!

Things To Do in Little Havana (Calle Ocho)

Known as “Miami’s Cuban heart”, Little Havana will give you a great experience of the Cuban culture. Calle Ocho or “Eighth Street” is Little Havana’s most famous spot. As a result, you’ll find many Latin American art galleries, busy restaurants, Cuban coffee shops, and more. The moment you arrive in Calle Ocho, you’ll feel as if you’ve entered a different world.

Getting Around Miami

Despite its size, Miami is surprisingly easy to navigate. If you’re not too familiar with the city you can always pick up map and follow Google’s plan of action. By the way, try to follow the order.

  1. Car. If you plan to venture all around the city from Miami Beach to Coral Gables, your best bet is renting a car.
  2. Uber. For those planning to stay in Miami Beach, Edgewater or Downtown, Uber comes cheap!
  3. Trolley (which apparently is free by the way, but you can always check).
  4. Metromover.
  5. Metrorail.
  6. Bus.

Please note: DO NOT go by bus, unless you really have too… or there is no rush to arrive.