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Immortalized by movies, TV shows, and one that’s been both, South Beach is Miami’s scene-stealing sultry star. With its reputation as a Floridian Vegas, SoBe’s short shorts, high heels, and chiseled abs never slow down. When it comes to sunning, shopping, dining, and dancing until tomorrow morning, prepare to indulge. No matter how many senses you have, South Beach stimulates them all. Sleep? You can do that on the plane.
Just west of Downtown lies Miami’s Cuban capital, Little Havana. Almost exclusively Hispanic, this zealously colorful neighborhood's streets criss-cross an area where music sounds livelier, food tastes zestier, and the air seems to embrace visitors with a don't-worry-about-a-thing warmth. Don a guayabera, order a plate of ropa vieja, and grab a cafecito on a patio filled with domino-playing locals. ¡Bienvenidos a Little Havana!
Young professionals, fine diners, and sunburned tourists stroll Coral Gables' specialty shops and eateries both frivolous and fancy in this southeastern Miami neighborhood. The popular Village of Merrick Park offers an unparalleled mall experience and local happy hours that pour half-price martinis when the clock strikes five. Whether boutique-bopping, gallery-hopping, or jalapeño-popping, it's easy to enjoy the upscale Latin flavor of "The Gables."
Fifteen minutes north of South Beach’s energetic flurry, Bal Harbour is a picturesque respite of sand, shore, and shopping. Private beaches, playboy penthouses, and prestigious labels reign supreme in this upscale Miami neighborhood. When in Bal Harbour, expect red convertibles, white linen, perfectly tanned skin, and a colossal credit card bill.