Adventure lovers will enjoy the Everglades National Park, offering various biking trails but look out for the alligators along the sides of these trails!
Also worth a visit are the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami Metro Zoo, Miami Museum of Science, Dinosaurs of China Exhibit, Miami Seaquarium, Monkey Jungle, Venetian Pool, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, The Gold Coast Railroad Museum, Oleta River State Park, Deering Estate at Cutler, Miccosukee Indian ... More Village, Dade Cultural Center, Freedom Tower, Wings Over Miami Museum, and Cloisters of the Monastery of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux.
With various shopping and clubbing venues mixed with cultural and heritage sites, Miami has something for everyone. If you can try and plan your trip around the international five-day Miami Boat Show.
Miami has a tropical climate. Summers are hot and are accompanied with thunderstorms. The climate in winter is warm and dry (the best time to visit).
Incorporated as a city in 1896, the area was originally inhabited by the Tequesta Indians and was later claimed for Spain. The city prospered after the arrival of the railroad and is now an important port of entry and cruise ship stop.
The population ... More of the city is around 600,000 with about half of the community of Hispanic origin. Due to its easy access to the ocean, mild climate, tantalizing beaches, and the flamboyant lifestyle of the people, the city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the US.
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