For those traveling in the spring, Miami is a great destination. The weather is warm but not scorching, with daily highs ranging from 76 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 27.8 degrees Celsius) and lows getting down into the mid-60s/low 70s Fahrenheit (about 18 to 22 degrees Celsius). Additionally, there are enjoyable outdoor attractions, beautiful gardens, seasonal festivals and fun sports events. To help you plan your itinerary, here is a guide to Miami in spring.
While no trip to Miami would be complete without spending some time in the sand, it’s important to know there are an array of non-beach experiences to also be had. Whether you like comedy shows, desserts, rooftop bars, art of something else, you’ll have no trouble finding something that interests you in this diverse city.
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!