Miami, FL, USA – 23 September, 2019 – Miami hits a new record in tourist arrivals for 2019. Miami is home to a vibrant multi-ethnic culture that has transformed the city into a major tourist destination, as well as a thriving international commerce mecca. The Port of Miami is one of the biggest and busiest ports in the world. It wouldn’t be a bad idea for tourists to brush up on their Spanish before visiting, as Miami boasts a population that is 65% of Hispanic descent, according to the recent US Census reports. Roughly 19% of Miami’s inhabitants are of African American or Black heritage. But those are just figures; Miami is anything but static or mundane.
Miami is one of the few places where almost every ethnic background from the globe comes to meet, mix, and, of course, mingle. If what they say is true that “America is a melting pot” of immigrants, then Miami is one of the front burners of that stove. With a splash of Russian and Baltic, a pint full of Europeans, a full serving spoon of Haitians, and plenty of sprinkles and dashes of this and that, Miami is like a fine consume that is sure to cure even the most demanding of multi-cultural appetites. Miami is one of those places that just kind of stays with an individual no matter where he goes next, or no matter what one might do afterward. If not by a hypnotic trance, then by some kind of magical spell, Miami lures one right in, with an invitation not only to dance on her white sands but with the all too common dream and expectation of never having to leave its mesmerizing beauty.
It should, therefore, come as no surprise to the reader that Miami is quite appropriately nicknamed “the Magic City.” As such Miami has been a steadfast and reliable haven for immigrants and refugees alike over the decades. It is no wonder, therefore, that Miami is the fourth largest and eighth most populous urban area in the United States. The booming port of Miami contributes 18 billion dollars to the Miami economy, as well as close to a sweltering 200,000 jobs. Geographically and historically, Miami’s international influence should not be underestimated. Miami is blessed with a bountiful and brilliant history, not only in the arts but also in every other category that defines culture and civilization. Yes. This city may stand very proudly indeed. And she does this quite magnificently, with her colorful sky scrapper horizon.
Trending for 2019: Miami offers some amazing places to visit and see for tourists aside from offering unforgettable sunsets, sand white beaches, and plenty of sunshine year-round. If your thing is seeing the historical and charismatic Art Deco architecture, the prestigious Coconut Grove area with its world-renowned European buildings, the diversified restaurants, museums, the many shopping districts, you are going to want to do plenty of homework to ensure you get the most out of your visit!
Below are some Key Money-saving tips and links to get the most bang out of your hard-earned money.
When Possible, Use Public Transportation Services:
These services are not only affordable but sometimes FREE! Below are some good search phrases to get started learning more online.
FREE Miami Metro Mover!
Miami Dade Transit Authority – South Beach Local Bus Only 25 cents!
Some FREE Things to See and Do in Miami and the Beaches For 2019 and 2020:
Miami Freedom Tower Downtown:
The Miami Freedom tower was built in 1925 and was the design was inspired by the Giralda Tower, part of a 13th-century Muslim mosque in Seville, Spain.
Miami Holocaust Memorial:
The Miami Holocaust Memorial was dedicated in February of 1990, after six years of convincing and preparation. A small group of Florida Holocaust survivors formed the
Holocaust Memorial Committee in 1984, in the hopes of making their dream of the Miami Holocaust Memorial a reality.
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens of Miami:
The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a breath of fresh air amid a busy city. It was once the home of James Deering, vice president of the agricultural machinery imperium Deering Harvester Company.
Venetian Pool in Coral Gables, Downtown Miami:
The Venetian Pool in Coral Gables was first opened in 1923. Rather than having been built, the pool encompasses an already formed coral quarry. Each day the pool is naturally drained and filled by an underwater aquifer.
Biltmore Hotel in Miami:
Built in 1926, the Biltmore Hotel has been a long time historically important landmark in Miami. Its founder was George E. Merrick, who teamed up with John McEntee Bowman to build this Miami gem.
Discounted Miami Tours
Miami tours are a great way to get an overview of all that South Florida has to offer. The most popular tours are the Miami Everglades Tour, The Miami City, and Boat Tour, and lastly, the Miami to Key West One-day Tour. You can learn more about pricing and what’s included and what’s not by following the links below:
These tours will get you started in learning the very best South Florida has to offer.
Don’t forget, stay away from Starbucks as Miami has some of the best coffee shops in the world! The local grocery store will gladly sell you a café con leche for just a dollar.
Company Name: Miami Discount Tours
Contact Person: Raul Arenas
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Address:401 Ocean Dr # 1019
City: Miami Beach
Country: United States