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Miami is much more than sun-drenched beaches of sparkly white sand, designer boutiques and celebrity sightings. Miami is a string of glittering urban areas and picturesque villages set in a subtropical paradise of lush green lands bordered by the beautiful turquoise ocean. It offers the relaxed feel of a vacation resort area paired with stylish urban sophistication and a lively fusion of cultures that sets the city alight. It's certainly no secret why tourists flock to Miami or why there is a broad selection of Miami hotels to choose from. Whether exploring history, relaxing on the beach or world class shopping is on the menu, Venere makes finding the perfect Miami hotels easy with reliable reviews and ratings from real customers and a fast, easy online booking system.

What's Miami Like?

Miami consists of a series of interconnected communities. Miami Beach is the quintessential beach town and a big city all rolled into one exciting package, full of unique boutiques and stores. After the sun goes down, there is an active arts scene including the stunning Adrienne Arsht Center. South Beach is also called the American Riviera. Playground of the rich and famous, it is home to a wonderful cache of Art Deco architecture. For the history buff, there are historic buildings and museums and for lazy afternoons, people watching along Lincoln Road. In contrast, Coconut Grove is a bayside village with a friendly vibe. Downtown Miami is business-like and dominated by modern skyscrapers, with the chic Brickell neighbourhood that is home to hip bars and restaurants and the Miami Jewelry District for fans of gems and precious metals. Part of midtown, the Design District features both established and trendy new art galleries, designer shopping opportunities of the highest order and high end bars and restaurants. Just outside the city, the Everglades await exploration of lush subtropical wilderness thick with vegetation and wildlife - including alligators.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Miami

Miami's population is diverse with a distinctly Latin flair. The locals are renowned for speaking something called Spanglish, a combination of English and Spanish that can be confusing to visitors. It is possible to get by on English alone but travelers are best advised to brush up on at least a few Spanish phrases. Despite their fun-loving nature, the natives of Miami are a resilient and hardy group who have survived tropical storms together. Yet, despite that fact, travelers - especially those who hail from colder climates - are often amused when they see local people huddled in parkas and winter gear whenever the temperature drops below 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Despite their low tolerance for cooler weather outside, tourists will find the air conditioning turned up to high indoors - and by far the majority of people to be found on the white sand beaches are tourists and not natives.