Among the well-known spring break hot spots around the nation, Miami, Florida should definitely be at the top of your spring beak bucketlist. But what is there to do in such a diversely cultural location? Here's a list of must-sees and must-dos for the next time you find yourself in this tropical paradise.
AC's Icees Frozen Lemonade
AC’s Icees https://t.co/a4ehPAcRJH— Chris Rodriguez (@Chris Rodriguez) 1523326158.0
A local fad located in Coconut Grove, AC's Icees Frozen Lemonade can be found in Kennedy Park with various mixable flavors.
One of many popular spots in Miami is Wynwood, the epicenter of artistic expression. Wynwood Walls offers new and upcoming artists a giant canvas to create their art.
A popular marketplace in which one can dine and shop in the same place. It even offers boat tours of famous people's houses.
If a full Cuban emergence is what you want to experience, Calle Ocho will gift you with exactly that.
Versailles, a staple of Miami-Cuban culture, serves popular Cuban dishes and can be found in the famous Calle Echo.
Located in Calle Ocho, Domino Park is full of Domino games constantly going.
You can now stay at Gianni Versace's Miami mansion https://t.co/6sfMca2fO8 https://t.co/hBiMn8UuQ7— Harper's Bazaar UK (@Harper's Bazaar UK) 1520962682.0
A popular attraction in Art Deco is Gianni Versace's mansion.
Lincoln Road is an outdoor mall in Miami Beach full with luxurious stores and a variety of restaurants.
Ocean Drive is located next to Miami Beach and features many restaurants to eat at while looking out on the beach.
2 South Point Park Pier - South Beach Miami, Floride #SouthBeach #Miami #Florida https://t.co/3PP6YB4BqX— Philippe Paillé (@Philippe Paillé) 1521164646.0
An alternate to Miami Beach that offers beautiful, clear waters and the famous pier.