|Miami Beach is its own incorporated city, separated from Miami proper by Biscayne Bay. The city’s Art Deco district is the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world and in 1979 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.|
About Miami Beach
One of the most common ways to get around Miami Beach is on bicycle. The bulk of the residents have their own bikes that they use for everyday transportation. Visitors can use on the bikes placed around the city by Decobike LLC, who established a bike sharing program in Miami Beach in March of 2011.
If you are driving in Miami Beach, the best place to park your car is 1111 Lincoln Road. Yes, one of the biggest attractions in Miami Beach is a parking garage. But it’s much more than just that. This Miami Beach landmark includes 16 retail shops, showcasing some of the world’s hottest designers. Juvia is an Asian/Peruvian restaurant that takes up the top floor of 1111 Lincoln Road and offers spectacular food and even better views.
Once you get out of the parking garage there is even more to explore along Lincoln Road. Some of Miami’s best restaurants, hottest music, and trendiest boutiques can be found along this stretch of road. Here you can find everything from handcrafted jewelry to the latest fashion to the newest books hot off the press.
South Beach is the place to go if you are looking for action on your vacation. The clear blue water and the white sandy beaches of South Beach define Florida for many visitors. After a day of playing in the surf you can experience Miami’s hottest nightlife. The parties here often last clear through the night until the following morning.