San Francisco Hotels

The hotels below are divided into three different price categories: Luxurious (over $ 300) Moderate ($ 150 to $ 300) Inexpensive (up to $ 150) These are minimum prices for a double room without hotel tax and breakfast, unless otherwise specified. Accommodation in San Francisco is subject to a 15% hotel tax, which is not […]

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Miami Travel Guide

City Overview of Miami Miami is hip, sexy and sensual, a city full of emotion, color and texture that couldn’t be more Latin American. Miami is no longer the city plagued by drugs and crime, which became known in the 1980s through the Miami Vice television series, but a modern, cosmopolitan metropolis with the nickname America’s Casablanca, magical city or America […]

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Art deco hotel in Miami

Miami Hotels

There is a large selection of hotels in Miami that offer something for every budget. The South Beach coastline is known for its international upscale hotel chains, but there are also cheap hotels in Miami, from affordable boutique hotels to budget hotels in colorful Art Deco buildings. All hotel bills include a municipal hotel tax of […]

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Ocean Drive by night, Miami

Events in Miami

Junior Orange Bowl The world’s largest festival with events in the field of sports, culture and art for children and young people. One of the highlights is the November parade. Date: August 1, 2019 – March 8, 2020 (not yet determined) Location: Various venues. Website: Martin Luther King Day parade Parade in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. […]

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Miami beach lifeguard hut

Miami Nightlife

Miami never sleeps because when the sun goes down, the stars and starlets emerge. Many entertainment celebrities spend the balmy tropical evenings enjoying a glass of martini in the chic street cafes and bars before heading out to the lively clubs and countless reggae, merengue and salsa bars. The nightlife mainly takes place in South Beach. Simply […]

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Miami Restaurants

Miami has a huge selection of restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. In addition to a state sales tax of 7%, Miami’s restaurants charge a 2% tax for homeless people. These taxes are not included in the price shown on the menu, but will be added to the bill at the end. In some restaurants, the tip is also […]

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Things to Do in Miami

Sports Miami has a lot to offer in spectator sports. Several well-known American teams are from Miami, including the successful basketball team Miami Heat (Internet:, which runs from November to April in its home stadium, the American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Boulevard (Tel: (786) 777 14 60. Internet:, plays. Miami’s best football team, the Miami Dolphins […]

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Attractions in Miami

Attractions in Miami Bass Museum of Art The Bass Museum of Art exhibits art from the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Address: 2100 collins avenue, Miami Phone: (305) 673 75 30 Hours of Operation Hours: Wed – Sun from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Website: Entry fee: With admission fee. Disabled access: Yes UNESCO: No Coconut Grove Coconut Grove, on the edge of […]

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Transportation in Miami

Public transportation Getting from A to B in Miami can be difficult, especially because of the size of the city, but there are a number of good public transportation options that are managed by the Miami-Dade Transit Department (Tel: (305) 770 31 31 . Internet: With a length of 34 km, the Metrorail (Tel: (305) 770 […]

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