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Miami. Recreation and entertainment

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Without exaggeration, Miami can be called one of the   most popular resort cities in America, there is absolutely everything for a varied vacation for   every taste.

The city is more than 15   sandy spacious equipped beaches (in   including world famous Miami Beach and   South Beach), on which you can engage in various types of water sports. It provides all conditions for diving, swimming, fishing, windsurfing, canoeing and   sailing.

For fans of land beach sports, there are football, volleyball, basketball courts. The   city has about 250 tennis courts, about 30 golf courses, auto racing tracks, horseback riding and   much more.

Anyone can also try extreme and   water sports: scooter, parasailing, skydiving, wakeboarding and   kitesurfing.

Numerous cafes and   restaurants of the city are always glad to their visitors, here you can taste dishes of the East, exquisite European, Cuban, American cuisine, original dishes from   seafood and   specialties of Florida.

Miami is also famous for its vibrant nightlife. There are many discos, nightclubs, sports bars and   restaurants with   live music throughout the city. Here you can listen to jazz, Latin and   Afro-Cuban rhythms, dance, watch colorful performances and   shows.



Numerous shops located throughout the city offer a wide variety of destinations: fashion boutiques, shopping malls, gift shops and   shops .

Dolphin Mall is a popular shopping destination with over 200 small shops and   over 10   department stores, and   in a   mall Prime Outlets has about 30   boutiques.

First-class shopping can also be found in the   Bal Harbor, which is located on   Collins Avenue. There are boutiques Prada, Tiffany & Co, and   Neiman Marcus and   Saks Fifth Avenue.

Attractions and   tourism

Art Deco, located in   South Miami, is the center of the city's nightlife. The area is mainly composed of     Art Nouveau buildings in   1920s, which are also national monuments.

Police Museum was originally dedicated to the police officers who died in the line of duty. Today in the   museum you can see and   take pictures with   local exhibits, such as an electric chair, a gas chamber, guillotine and   much more.

Villa Vizcaya is a palace built in the   Italian Renaissance style. Today, the building of the palace houses the Art Museum.

During   while relaxing with   children should visit Children's amusement park and   Aquarium Miami Seaquarium.

Also interesting will be a visit to the Parrot Jungle Park, which is home to over 1000 species of tropical birds today. The park is also decorated with exotic plants and   lakes with   waterfalls.

In the   tropical reserve "Monkey Jungle" you can watch the   monkeys living in   natural conditions.

Reserve"Country of Lions" will acquaint with   local inhabitants living in   natural conditions. Here you can observe   antelopes, giraffes, rhinos, elephants, lions, chimpanzees and   zebras.

John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, located on   Key Largo Island in the   Florida Keys, is the first underwater park in the United States. The main attraction of the reserve is the 3-meter bronze sculpture of Christ, which is at   six meters deep. The weight of the statue reaches 1.8   tons.

Just   30   minutes from   the beautiful Everglades Park, which is one of the   largest US parks, where excellent the wild subtropical nature has been preserved. Here, on the   territory of the park, you can visit the alligator farm and   Indian villages, in   one of which the Seminole tribe lives.


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Topic: Miami. Recreation and entertainment.Miami. Recreation and entertainment

Author: Kelly Costine