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        For most of the action that comes with Miami's nightlife, head over to Mary Brickell Village. This is where most of Miami's upscale bars and restaurants are. For live music, fine dining and great entertainment, this is your Downtown destination. This section of Downtown runs along Miami Avenue from SE 6th Street to Broadway, which is also known as SE 15th Road.

        Arguably the most vibrant corner of South Florida, Downtown Miami is a small section with a lot of fun sprawled across boardwalks, beaches, and bars. Connected to a strip of other cities that include Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, and Boca Raton, the area is just as renown for its diversity in shops and restaurants, plus the jungle-like trails of Everglades and Francis Taylor Wildlife Management Area. See it all at your own pace by booking the right ride, choosing between the luxury of a stretched limousine for spectacular drop-offs, or a handy shuttle perfect for pick-ups at the airport.

        Have fun with everything that’s in the immediate area by booking a hotel close to it all, the most popular options located along Brickell Avenue, which include the upscale rooms and bay views at JW Marriott, easy access to the River Walk courtesy of The W, and an outstanding poolside bar accompanied by modern rooms at The Four Seasons. Other unique luxury stays include SLS Lux Brickell, an easy-to-spot stay due to its gleaming, futuristic exterior, while the stylish cocktail bar and rooftop views at EAST Miami provide not one, but four pools to mingle by.

        With so many places to do, finding something fun can almost be overwhelming if you’re downtown. Take it slow to enjoy every second of it, choosing between relaxed views at Bayfront Park or thoughtful exhibits at the many facilities across Museum Park. Spend the rest of the afternoon shopping, choosing between the open-air retailers at Mary Brickell Village, which transforms into a festive nightclub scene, while Brickell City Centre provides storied indoor shops down the street. And don’t forget to enjoy the many eateries across town as well, choosing between world-famous Peruvian at CVI CHE 105 Downtown or acclaimed oysters from The River Seafood.

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        Many of the neighborhoods in and around Miami are experiencing explosive growth as people pour into South Florida. But none of them can keep up with Downtown. You’ll often hear it referred to as the Central Business District as the businesses grow right alongside the residential sections.
        About Downtown Miami
        If you want to experience all that Downtown Miami has to offer, you’re going to need about a week to see everything. There are museums, art galleries, bars, restaurants, theaters, and shops galore in Downtown. Some of the oldest buildings in the city, dating back to the very early 1900’s sit alongside the newest high-rises. You’ll have your work cut out for you if you want to do a lot of sightseeing, but the Metromover, with its rides and 22 stations, will do its part to help you get there.

        There are a lot of parks Downtown, but the Bayfront Park and Bicentennial Park usually have the most going on. Bayfront Park hosts the DWNTWN Concert Series, which puts on a free show in the park’s amphitheater every week. Several other notable Miami events take place at the park, including the Orange Drop at New Year’s and America’s Birthday Bash on Independence Day.

        Bicentennial Park holds the Warped Tour every year and the Ultra Music Festival. Construction is going on in the park now for the Miami Art Museum and the Miami Science Museum. The third largest park in Miami is also Downtown. That would be Pace Park.

        Flagler Street is the retail center of Downtown and is currently making a comeback after several years of decline. Macy’s has been on the corner of Flagler and Miami Avenue since 1912 and still hold that prime spot. Four blocks of Flagler are known as the Miami Jewelry District, where many of the world’s best known jewelers do business. The oldest of these is Moray’s Jewelers, who first opened their doors on Flagler Street in 1900.

        Bayside Marketplace is another popular shopping destination in Downtown. If you are looking for souvenirs, this is the best place to go. It is Miami’s most visited tourist attraction with over 15 million visitors each year. This outdoor shopping mall has beautiful views of Biscayne view and sits right beside Bayfront Park. In addition to many well known national chains the center also holds many local stores.