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WT-Miami 01:9-Day Tour of Miami
  • Day
    1
    Entry Miami

    Take flight to Miami and transfer to the hotel. The rest of the day is free on your own.

  • Day
    2
    Miami

    In the morning, you will have a guided walking tour of Miami Beachs Historic Art Deco District - Led by Miami Design Preservation League guides. You will discover the architectural crown jewels of this one-square-mile of Traditional Deco, Streamline Moderne and Spanish Mediterranean Revival styles. You may enjoy your lunch at one of the trendy eateries of the Art Deco District. Visit the Holocaust Museum, a tribute to the victims of Nazi terrorism; this inspiring memorial is dominated by a giant bronze arm reaching skyward. Then to the Wolfsonian-FIU which is devoted to the decorative, design and architectural arts, this international museum and study center contains nearly 50,000 objects dart and rare books from the late 19th to the mid-20th centuries. Experience the essence of revitalized South Beach, home to a myriad of performing arts organizations, art galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants in Lincoln Road Shopping District. And encounter exotic animals and birds from all over the world in a natural habitat - Jungle Island. Have dinner on Lincoln Road, the simple delectable dishes from the worlds cuisines and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the Art Deco District. Spend the night in South Beach. If it is a specific club atmosphere you crave, South Beach offers a nightspot to suit all tastes: options include great reggae, jazz, pop, merengue and salsa venues, to name a few.

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    3
    Miami

    Bal Harbour Shops is an internationally renowned collection of specialty boutiques, restaurants and cafes in a tropical-garden setting. You will browse through Bvlgari, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Tiffany & Co., Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Lunch is arranged in North Miami/Sunny Isles Beach/ North Bay Village. This areas restaurants offer everything from all-you-can-eat stone crabs to homemade pasta. Visit the Aventura Mall in the afternoon. Anchored by Bloomingdales, Macys, JCPenney and Sears, the mall features more than 250 shops and restaurants, with self and valet parking. The new revitalization includes a Nordstrom’s, and new, exciting restaurants such as Grand Lux Cafe, Rosalias, and Bella Luna, and coming soon, Ocean Prime and The Grill on the Alley. Enjoy a fun-filled dinner cruise along Biscayne Bay with spectacular views of Cruise Ship row and our magnificent skyline.

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    4
    Miami

    Today we will lead you to Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park, which are two of the largest National Parks in the U.S. Visit more than a million acres of rare and beautiful ecosystems. Enjoy a hiking or bike trail, rent a canoe or kayak, and try fishing. Then visit Miccosukee Indian Village and Airboat Rides, witness craft making and alligator wrestling, learn about Native American folk traditions and take a fantastic journey on an airboat. In Monkey Jungle, watch from special observation "cages" as nearly 500 primates of 50 species roam free in their tropical habitat. Visit Fruit & Spice Park which has more than 500 varieties of exotic fruits, herbs, spices and nuts from around the world growing in a 30-acre living plant museum and Cauley Square Historic Village. Strolling this nostalgic village which offers a glimpse of Old South Florida at its best. Its quaint cottages have been restored into a labyrinth of antiques, boutiques and specialty shops, featuring unique items to delight the discerning shopper. Dinner in the Airport Area. Visit one of the fine restaurants located in the area around Miami International Airport. Dolphin Mall is the Greater Miamis newest value center offering shopping, dining and an entertainment center complex. The mall features a 19-screen cinema, restaurants and more than 240 outlets, retailers, specialty shops and restaurants.

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    5
    Miami

    Miami Metrozoo Rated one of the top 10 zoos in the U.S., this 300-acre cageless zoo showcases more than 1,300 animals from Asia, Africa, Australia, and North and South America. Enjoy lunch at your choice of restaurants within this open-air center surrounded by waterfalls in the Falls Shopping Center. Youll find more than 100 shops, including Bloomingdales and Macys and a 12-screen movie theater. Dadeland Mall is a Miami icon offering shoppers an array of sophisticated styles and celebrated classics from an extraordinary collection of department stores, shops and boutiques designed to meet your diverse needs. Work up an appetite at this unique entertainment destination, Game Works which is located in The Shops at Sunset Place. Created under the direction of Steven Spirlberg, Game Works features sat-of-the-art games that offer virtual experiences from fighting aliens to drag racing to skiing, as well as the full-service Game Works. Dinner in South Miami. Strolling along the Shops at Sunset Place and choose from the many quaint restaurants that the South Miami area has to offer.

  • Day
    6
    Miami

    In Miami Seaquarium, thrill to the shows starring Flipper and Lolita the Killer Whale, and encounter sea lions, sharks and manatees; experience dolphins hands-on through the swim with the Dolphins Program at Dolphin Harbor. Lunch on Key Biscayne - Sample marvelous steaks or seafood at one of Key Biscaynes popular eateries. Afterward, depart to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. This Renaissance-style bayfront villa houses a priceless collection of 15th- through 19th-century furnishings and decorative arts. Outside are 10 acres of formal gardens, graced by several ornate fountains. In Miami Art Museum and Historical Museum of Southern Florida, overlooking a delightful Spanish-style plaza, the museums are two of the showpieces of the landmark Miami-Dade Cultural Center. Shop and stroll through this lively retail and entertainment complex, Bayside Marketplace, with its shops, artisans, open plazas, street performers and free nightly entertainment. In the evening, experience fine dining in one of Downtown Miamis upscale restaurants. Mary Brickell Village is right in the center of everything. Restaurants include P.F. Changs, Oceanaire Room, Starbucks and Rosa Mexicana. Take in a performance at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County. With three state-of-the-art theaters – the 2,400-seat Ziff Ballet Opera House, the 2,200-seat Knight Concert Hall, and the intimate Carnival Studio Theater – plus the beautiful Thomson Plaza for the Arts, designed as a perfect stage for outdoor performances – this is a premier showcase for the performing arts.

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    7
    Miami

    Enjoy a relaxing morning. You can pamper yourself at pas or just relax on our beautiful beaches. Whether you prefer the excitement of jet-skiing and diving, the challenge of deep-sea fishing or would rather take it easier in a kayak or canoe, Greater Miami and the Beaches has a water sport for you.

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    8
    Miami

    Have a guided walking tour of Little Havana which highlights the historic significance of this unique Miami neighborhood. Visit the boyhood home of George Merrick, founding father of Coral Gables, South Floridas "City Beautiful." This historic landmark has been restored to the 1920s period. Lunch in Coral Gables. Some of the most innovative cuisine in Greater Miami and the Beaches can be found in Coral Gables restaurants. The Village of Merrick Park is South Floridas newest luxury retail forum. The Mediterranean-style Village is set in an attractive garden setting and is anchored by Neiman Marcus and the first Nordstrom in Miami along with 115 internationally renowned retailers and a variety of upscale restaurants. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is a 83-acre garden paradise of tropical plants from around the world features a rain forest, a sunken garden, a rare plant house and the magnificent overlook featuring Bailey Palm Glade vistas. The Barnacle State Historic Site is built in 1891 by Coconut Grove pioneer Ralph Munroe and the home and grounds exemplify the spirit of early Coconut Grove. Visit the Venetian pool. This 820000 gallon pool is fed with cool spring water daily, and features underwater caves and waterfalls. And visit Charles Avenue Historic District which contains the first Black, primarily Bahamian, community on the South Florida mainland. In the evening, enjoy one of the areas oldest neighborhoods, Coconut Grove, which charms visitors with an elegant, old-fashioned village ambiance. Set in the heart of "The Grove" is CocoWalk, a Mediterranean-style shopping, dining and entertainment complex. You will also find the Streets of Mayfair, a modern town square featuring a myriad of outdoor cafes, nightspots, theaters, restaurants and shops.

  • Day
    9
    Exit Miami

    Transfer you the airport and see you off. End the tour. 

     
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