An Instagram Tour through Miami, Florida
In honor of World Tourism Day, Australia’s helloworld organized an Instagram relay for destinations across the world to showcase their favorite local hotspots and can’t-miss experiences. 60 countries and 75 influencers posted from sunrise to sunset on one of social media’s most popular platforms - Instagram.
This World Tourism Day, Miami, Florida teamed up with local travel bloggers Tracy & Curt at @TravelsWithTracy, for a fun-filled day of arts, local eats and festive images. Tracy took followers through some of her favorite must-see sites and neighborhoods, all while capturing the energetic, lively vibes of Florida’s beach city.
Miami's Matheson Hammock
Hello! We're bringing you this great view from Miami's Matheson Hammock thanks to @MiamiAndBeaches & the experts everywhere @helloworldAU. Catching the sunrise at Matheson Hammock is a must do on your bucket list when visiting Miami and Beaches.
Ocean Drive, South Miami Beach, Florida
Hmmm...the beach! When visiting Miami Beach, sun safety is a must! @MBSuncare offers free sunscreen throughout the beaches. Seen here at Ocean and 5th.
Art Deco Architecture on Ocean Drive
Art Deco architecture is #SoMiami. Most of the Art Deco buildings in Miami were built in the 1930's and '40s. Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue in Miami Beach houses some of the hallmarks of Art Deco architecture.
@WynwoodMiami is Miami's 'art and soul. The area is located north of downtown Miami, and houses galleries, restaurants, bars and more. Want to see amazing art? This is the place to visit! Check out Wynwood Walls while here.
Peréz Art Museum
Situated directly on Biscayne Bay and designed by world-renowned architects Hertzog & de Meuron, Perez Art Museum is a favorite hotspot in downtown Miami. Think experiential art and exhibits...and shaded outdoor verandas with hanging gardens and panoramic water views.
Get a taste of Cuban culture in Little Havana! Enjoy the sips of Cuban coffee (cafesito), visit the art galleries in the area and take in the clack of dominoes at Maximo Gomez Park and more. Join locals for Viernes Culturales, or Cultural Fridays, a monthly gallery night showcasing the cultural arts scene of the neighborhood.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Beach, located on the tip of Key Biscayne, is home to an historic lighthouse, the oldest standing building in Miami-Dade County. Spend the day at the beach, tour the lighthouse, enjoy walking and bicycle trails and more!
Coconut Grove Marina
One of my favorite spots is the Coconut Grove Marina. I bet you can see why it's a favorite of mine. Get the full view of the marina and surrounding areas of Coconut Grove and beyond.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Nature's beauty can be found at @FairchildGarden. Here, it's all about exploring, explaining and conserving the world of tropical plants.
@DeeringEstate is a 444 acre environmental, archaeological and historical preserve. It was the Florida home of Charles Deering. Enjoy canoe rides, butterfly hikes, nature guided tours and more at the estate. Get this: Charles Deering's valet, Eusebio, kept a pet alligator named Chocolata in a bathtub. Odd...I know.
Everglades National Park
Sunsets in the Everglades are breathtaking. This is the third-largest National Park in the Continental U.S. and the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S.