Though Buena Vista's unique heritage originated over a century ago, this central Miami community's charisma is ageless. Lush tropical foliage provides a cozy canopy for quiet strolls amidst home-grown boutiques, locally-owned cafés, and a quirky blend of vintage Craftsman, Mediterranean, and Art Deco homes. It’s no wonder much of this neighborhood is within the kindly confines of an official historic district—Buena Vista nurtures an aura worth preserving.See 13 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Buena Vista's Timeless Miami
[Our neighborhood] has a great tropical forest vibe and is in the center of the city, an island of tropical plant life and vintage homes bordered to the south by downtown Miami. Having cool places to walk to [like the Design District] from your house is almost unheard of in Miami and we feel so lucky..."
Buena Vista's Culinary Charm
Totally friendly and safe neighborhood where there are weekly filmings of the TV show "Magic City.""
Hosts 1920's Bungalow in Miami
At Home In Buena Vista
It costs $2 to take the bus to South Beach."
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Graciela Cattarossi is a lifestyle/travel photographer based in Miami. She graduated from Parsons School Of Design in New York and her work is currently published in magazines such as Condé Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, and Food and Wine. When she is not traveling, she enjoys shooting weddings or other intimate events in Miami or wherever it takes her.
Angel Valentín has been a professional photojournalist since 1990. His career has taken him all over the Caribbean and Latin America. Valentín has photographed world leaders, executives, athletes and celebrities in countless situations. He is a Pulitzer Prize finalist, winner (staff) and recipient of countless awards. After 18 years as a staff photographer, he has been a freelance photographer since 2009.