Miami Beach, a slender, nine-mile-long barrier island along the Atlantic Ocean, known for swaying palms and the pastel-colored Art Deco buildings that have become synonymous with this iconic destination and render it so undeniably photogenic.
Those who are passionate about art and culture flock to the Magic City to enjoy the exciting combination of fairs, galleries,
installations, pop-ups, and activations that await at almost every corner.
As you come out of Pelican Hotel, you will be instantly amazed.
The city is at its best, offering experiences not only for art fanatics but also catering to nightlife fans and foodies.
Already in South Beach? Slip on your sneakers or rent a CitiBike and join locals at sunrise or sunset for a run or ride on the
The Lincoln Road, the mile-long pedestrian thoroughfare boasts brand-name stores and independent boutiques, an array
of restaurants, street entertainment and superb people-watching.
Travelers and locals alike can expect an extra dose of creativity.
Eating, boozing, and people-watching aside, Ocean Drive is famous for its tremendous ensemble of art deco architecture. Development boomed here during the height of the Art Deco movement (the 1920s and 1930s), and the original buildings, the iconic beach views, cafe-style dining and the Art Deco architecture, form the backdrop for your fun-filled day. When travelers first think of Miami, no doubt the colorful image that comes to mind is Ocean Drive. Lined with quaint, pastel-hued Art Deco buildings and hotels, this oceanfront street is the place to go for a quiet cup of coffee, an oversized margarita, and enjoy some excellent people-watching.