Miami is a city located on the Atlantic coast of south – eastern Florida. It is the most populous county in Florida and the 7th most populous in the U.S. with population of over 2,500,000. It is a center of entertainment, culture, finances, media and international trade. The area offers number of opportunities for some quality shopping at one of Miami malls with world quality offerings inside. The city was ranked the cleanest city by the magazine Forbes. It also was ranked as the richest city in the U.S.A. and fifth richest in the world in terms of purchasing power. Other than all these facts, the city is very well known as a Spring break center and a big time party place. Many famous celebrities chose Miami as their home town.

Well known for its nightlife, Miami attracts people from all over the world and during the Spring Break it just becomes alive in another different way. To be completely honest, some call Miami the nightlife capital of the world. Anyhow, the city is ready for everything. Downtown welcomes everybody with its premium cocktails, beer and everything that goes with it. Pulsing nightlife and after-work crowds hanging out, creating an unique atmosphere. Coconut Grove is a place offering college bars, and smaller local restaurants which are enjoyed by the students as well as locals. Get a beer and a fish taco and enjoy night view on the Biscayne Bay. Midtown and Wynwood may not appear like much of a nightlife center and the reason for that is that the majority of places to go are kind of hidden. Maybe a bit harder to find at first, these places offer a cozy atmosphere, hidden live music and charming unique experience. If Miami is the nightlife capital of the world than South Beach is the capital of Miami’s nightlife. It’s the club capital where world-class DJs fire up them parties. South Beach also is home to an internationally known Ultra Music Festival that attracts thousands of people every year. South Beach is a party place during the night, but when the sun comes up, it is one of the best beaches in Miami area. Get a coffee, some water, maybe a little bite along the beach, than grab yourself a chair or umbrella and you should be all set for a hot and sunny day at the beach.

The city is home to numerous museums as well, many of which are in Downtown. These include the Frost Art Museum, Miami History museum, Miami Art Museum, Miami Children's Museum, Miami Science Museum, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and the Miami-Dade Cultural Center, home of the Miami Main Library. Miami is also the home of the world's largest art exhibition, called the "Olympics of Art", Art Basel Miami. The event is held in December, and attracts thousands of visitors from around the world. Miami fauna and flora is worth your while too. Palms, wonderful waters full of wildlife, mangroves and the Everglades with the local predator - alligator. Take on an adventure that suits families as well as group of friends and head up to the Everglades Safari Park. You will be accompanied by a professional tour guide as well as alligators, turtles, deer wild hogs and many more creatures wondering the lush vegetation. Miami Seaquarium is a popular destination for tourists and there are many reasons for that. Watch killer whales, manatees, sea lions or the TV star – Flipper a well known dolphin from the popular TV series. There are few programs You can take advantage of. Either deep or shallow water encounter with the dolphins, underwater walk on the tropical reef with no need for scuba or snorkel.