Here at Viator we love providing helpful tips and interesting guides to help you travel better. Sometimes, however, it’s useful to look beyond what you should do, and learn what you shouldn’t do in order to have a successful vacation. To help you plan your itinerary and prepare you for your trip, here is what not to do in Miami.
For those looking to enjoy Miami’s nightlife but don’t want to deal with stuffy atmospheres, long lines and expensive cover charges, a dive bar is your answer. While cheap drinks, smiling bartenders and beer pong aren’t typically the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Miami’s club and bar scene, there are some excellent no-frills venues in the city.
A city infamous for setting party trends throughout the year, Miami has some crazy New Year’s Eve events you won’t find anywhere else. If you’re going to be in this part of Florida for a celebratory transition to 2014, here are some ideas on how to spend New Year’s Eve in Miami—just don’t forget to pack some classy attire!
When planning a trip to Miami, one of the most difficult but important decisions to make is where to stay. This isn’t just about what hotel to choose, but also what neighborhood will give you the vibe you’re looking for while putting you near the attractions you’re interested in.
One of the best times to visit Miami is in the fall. During this season you can enjoy mild temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s Fahrenheit (low 20s Celsius). Moreover, because it’s shoulder season it will be easier to find great deals on flights, accommodations and tours.