Welcome to Miami
Welcome to Miami, the city that never sleeps
Though most people think of Miami when they hear “Florida” it’s not only the capital of the sunshine state, but the most popular city in the Florida. It is definitely the place to be if you prefer going on a trip to the sunny side of America. Whether you love to take a sunbath at Miami's “celeb” beach, just relax with your family or friends or if you like to party till the morning light, Miami offers everything for everyone.
Huge impressive buildings, similar to New York but with it’s own certain charm, show that Miami is not just for parties, but is also a business city.
To give you an idea of the weather during the 4 seasons in Florida, the fact is that in general the weather is mostly very warm there, because the state is located in the south of the USA. In summer it’s possible to become very hot and it’s also the seasonal time for hurricanes. When it comes to the winter season you can celebrate a nice Christmas eve “under palm trees” and almost every single house will shine with lovely if slightly tacky decorations – but that’s the typical American style. The spring and autumn are usually very mild here.
Miami is also known as a very sport oriented city, because a lot of football, hockey, basketball and baseball teams call it their home. The 4 main teams are the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Heat (NBA), Florida Marlins (MLB) and Florida Panthers (NHL). Further sports which are written big in this city are tennis, racing, golf and diving.
Information and Facts
Miami is known for its high-octane nightlife.The hidden hipster haven of Midtown and Wynwood; the glam of South Beach’s world famous clubs; the river view bôites of Downtown Miami and some long standing staples sprinkled about the city.
Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd. Monday - Saturday 10AM-9:30PM, Sunday 12PM-8PM.
Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave Monday – Saturday 10AM-9PM, Sunday 12PM-6PM
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours
There are two seasons in Miami, hot and wet season from May through October and a warm and dry season from November through mid April.... Miami's public transit system is the most diverse and extensive of any locality in Florida.The Metrorail is a dual line, Green and Orange Line, elevated rail system serving Miami and surrounding cities, running 24.9 mi with 23 stations.