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Ask your local driver what the best areas of town to visit are, and you’re likely to get directed to the history district, where you can go on fun tours at HistoryMiami Museum and the sleek Perez Art Museum Miami and then return back to your room where you can find transfers to Miami hotels for cheap rates.
Your driver can also help you find some of the best place to eat in town. For instance, if you are hungry for some pizza you can try local favorite Crust. It is well worth your time to find it. Another local favorite is El Mago De Las Fritas, which serves fritas (fried ground beef and pork sandwiches) that you do not want to miss.
Although quaint and relaxing, there’s a lot more to see in Miami than a simple park bench, especially when it comes to the city’s extravagant nightlife. Whether you’re clubber that wants to check out Club Space, a techno dance hall on 11th street, or STORY Nightclub, a multi-faceted high-energy dance club with 5 different bars inside, Miami has so many clubs that you’re bound to find something you love.
Once you’re done painting the town red, have some fun in another way, particularly through food. With so many countries represented, from Ethiopia to China, it doesn’t take long to see the city is teeming with variety. Try Japanese at the modern cuisine, Zuma, and dig into the city’s Cuban specialty by reserving a table at Versailles, the most popular Cuban joint in town.