Things to do

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Dolphin Mall – Located near the Miami International Airport. This shopping center is full of designer name brands and outlet stores.

Aventura – This massive two story mall is located in Aventura just a few minutes from the beach. Glamorous high fashion names are around every corner.

Miami International Mall – Just across the street from the Dolphin Mall is its much quieter counterpart. Shopping is more laid back in this mall.

Sawgrass Mills – Looking to get the most for what you pay? Sawgrass Mills is an outrageously large outlet mall that will make any shopping fanatic swoon.

Lincoln Road – In the heart of South Beach this open air pedestrian mall caters to the tourist and high end fashion seeker alike. Every type of store from souvenir to brand name designers can be found here.

Miracle Mile – In trendy Coral Gables is the place to be for beauty, bridal, furniture, specialty stores, and boutiques.

Coco Walk – Located in historic Coconut Grove this shopping plaza is home to art galleries and “grove style” clothing stores.

Bal Harbour – These shops offer upscale, open-air shopping mall just blocks from the beach north of Miami known internationally for its luxury retail.

Things to do

Museums – Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

Animals – Zoo MiamiMonkey JungleJungle IslandMiami Seaquarium

Day Trips –

Key West:

Just a few hours south and you are in the islands! Stroll through Mallory Square, see the Hemingway House, or visit the landmark 90 miles to Cuba marker, no matter your choice Key West will put you in island time.

Orlando:

Take a day and visit the mekkah of theme parks. From Disney, Universal Studios, to Water Parks Orlando has everything between kid friendly and adventure seeking that will please any appetite. The Walt Disney Resort has 6 parks to choose from; Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon, or Blizzard Beach. Just a few miles down the road is Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure are the place to go to visit Hogwarts or other Universal Pictures inspired attractions. Wet’n’Wild is the classic water park of Orlando which was first opened in 1977. At SeaWorld and Aquatica you’ll be able to swim with the dolphins and see the world famous Shamu performance!

Tours – Thriller Miami Power Boat Tour

Beaches – Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, Hundefreundlich, South Beach, Deco Bike

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