Zip all over town while this little, yellow car takes you on a GPS-guided tour. Your personal, talking GoCar navigates and shows you the way - but that's not all. As you enjoy the drive, it takes you to all the best sites and tells the stories that bring this unique city to life. It's like having a local show you around. Go where tour buses can't. Best of all, the adventure happens at your pace! Stop for photos, take detours, grab a coffee and break for lunch. Or, blaze your own trail and explore the city streets, neighborhoods and parks on your own.
1671 Collins Avenue Sagamore Hotel Miami Beach, FL 33139 +1 305 535 8185
Situated within the famous Sagamore, this art collection features contemporary art. The art collection has videos, oil paintings, acrylic, water colors and many more by famous national and international artistes. It has videos made by the artistes and the works exhibited mostly have a theme that is based on the society and the people at large. The Sagamore hotel is known as the "Art" hotel for the very reason that it encourages art in all forms.
Palm Island is one of the premier neighborhoods in the Miami beach surroundings. With property worth millions, this place is a residential complex with houses belonging to the rich and famous. It's a man made island situated close to the Miami beach. The houses leave one gaping and wondering at the enormity of the grandeur of the place. There are various schools within the premises and the place boasts of having Al Capone and the likes as residents. A must visit for all those looking for luxury in the arms of nature.
Between 12th Street and Ocean Drive Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 539 8070
Miami is known for all the attractive beaches but this particular beach specializes in attractive visitors as well. With an eclectic mix of people, both straight and gay, the 12th Street Beach is the place to be. Apart from being an ideal place to hang out, what makes this place absolutely rocking is its friendly atmosphere. For those looking for a quick dose of fun to beat the stress, this place offers on the spot parties and impromptu gossip sessions. Just the right weekend spot at a shoestring budget.
The Miami Design Preservation League, the oldest Art Deco Society in the world was founded in 1976. They conduct walking tours of the famous Miami Beach Art Deco District. No advanced reservations are accepted; you have to be at the starting place 20 minutes before the departure time to buy your ticket. The MDPL also has a Gift Shop located at 12 Ocean Drive Street and some of the tours start from there. These are incredibly interesting and the buildings are beautiful. Going on one is a must when visiting Miami Beach. - Mercedes de Marchena
21st Street and Collins Avenue Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 539 8070
Collins Park is one of the most scenic and picturesque locations and the elite and classy neighborhood. Along the broad side walks, joggers enjoy their strolls. With the sunset and breeze, its a purely blissful experience. Musical events are held in this park. The low rise buildings lining up against the street complete the serene picture.
1205 Washington Drive Miami, FL 33139 +1 866 969 9326
Though not exactly for the faint of heart, WEAM is otherwise a must-see venue. Internet aside, where else can you claim to have seen the "Greatest Collection of Erotica"? Located next to the Wolfsonian Museum and only minutes from Ocean Beach, WEAM offers exhibits that run the gamut-there's art, sculpture, artifacts and tapestries that span both the globe and the centuries.
Whether you are looking for an exciting sightseeing adventure around Miami Beach or a laid back cruise, Beach Scooter Rental provides a cool and comfortable way to ride with the wind in your hair and the sun in your face. Renting a scooter is a convenient and economical way to experience Miami Beach, and not having to worry about parking will save you time and money!
5582 North East Fourth Court Miami, FL 33137 +1 305 758 7556
You will find an astounding array of contemporary works in a diversity of art forms on display here, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs by talents such as Eric Kunde, David Baca, Deborah Carfagno, Lothar Nickel, and others. The gallery caters to private collectors and corporations alike. Individual and group exhibitions are held monthly. Private appointments are also available.
Normandy Shores Golf Course is an older, 18-hole public golf course designed by William S. Flynn and Howard Toomey and opened in 1938. The course is 6,402 yards, par 71 with a slope of 120 from the back tees and 5,527 yards, par 73 with a slope of 119 from the front tees. Although caddies are not available, walking the course is permitted at certain times, and golf carts are included in the greens fees. The facility rents clubs and does permit spiked shoes. The course offers reduced fees on weekdays, during the low season (May-October), for juniors and for twilight plays.
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