Española Way in Miami
Española Way is an exception within the "very american" landscape of South Beach, made of skyscrapers, huge beaches and lots of sport: the road runs perpendicular to the ocean, connecting Collins Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue.
Espanola Way is a particularly interesting street in the heart of South Beach. The buildings are in spanish style as well as the atmosphere of the place. It is very accurate and it seems almost every venue in the countryside because it is surrounded by plants and flowers. It is a very special way, small but very characteristic. As one of the most beautiful streets of Miami Beach, with scents and flavors of Spain from paella to sangria, the clubs are full of people where you can breathe a nice air, very lively and fun. This is the most eventful of the whole area, there's people of all ages and of all types at any time of the day or night. It is very well thought out for tourists and it is a street that you have to visit if you are in Miami. You can’t miss to visit it both day and night, it is full of restaurants and the evening is full of lights, where you can eat good food and have lot of fun.
In addition to catering, the protagonist of Española Way is the art: the road is in fact characterized by the presence of numerous art galleries, among which the Española Way Marcel Art Center and Gallery, with works of the contemporary artist Pierre Marcel, born in France, star of the cultural scene in Miami at the end of the last century.