- Shopping Slide 1 of 3: Soak up the sun while you shop, eat, stroll and then shop some more at beautiful outdoor malls, high-end fashion boutiques, vintage stores and souvenir shops.
- Venetian Pool Slide 2 of 3: This former rock quarry was turned into a Venetian Pool in 1924, and is today one of Coral Gables' most famous landmarks.
- Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Slide 3 of 3: Located on Biscayne Bay in the Coconut Grove neighborhood, this historic attraction features extensive Italian Renaissance gardens, native landscape and a notable village.
Miami is a tropical hub filled with authentic flavors, historic architecture and a vibrant art scene. Stroll the Wynwood neighborhood to take in the outdoor murals, known to be one of the largest collections in the world. Hang out with the locals in Little Havana, or join the party in spectacular clubs and modern bars that serve tantalizing mojitos.
With year-round sunny skies, Miami is the ultimate destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Deep-sea and freshwater fishing, luxury yachting and speed boating, and dining and gaming cruises are just a few activities Miami is known for. With two national parks and more than 250 county parks, there are plenty of reasons to get some fresh air. Take a walk on a nature trail, snorkel along the shore, kayak through a mangrove, or simply soak up the sun on sandy white beaches all year long.
Explore Miami’s diverse neighborhoods to find all kinds of inspiration. The Wynwood district has the largest display of street murals in the world, where art is everywhere — on walls and shutters, in restaurants and bars and even on cars. Miami’s architecture is amazing, from North Beach to South Beach to Coral Gables. You're also less than an hour from the Everglades and miles of outdoor adventure. No matter what you chose to do, you’ll discover new and unexplored sides of Miami.
People from all over the world travel to Miami just to shop. High-end stores, like Saks Fifth Avenue, Cartier, Prada, Chanel and Gucci, will more than satisfy your appetite for retail therapy. Hit the streets of South Beach on iconic Lincoln Road where you’ll find the largest concentration of shops. It’s also the perfect place for people watching. Cuban cigars, guayabera (Spanish-style shirts) and Haitian art are just some of the cultural treasures you can take home.
Miami hosts an exciting dining scene to arouse your taste buds. No matter where you stay, Miami encapsulates a plethora of unique neighborhoods offering international cuisine, like Little Haiti and Little Havana, as well as fine dining establishments serving surprising blends of eclectic options. You’ll find fresh seafood next to classic comfort dishes, and pub food alongside world-renowned, upscale establishments.
Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) or Miami International Airport (MIA). Round-trip airport to hotel shuttles are available for purchase. Miami is 24 miles from Ft. Lauderdale, 24 miles from Hollywood Beach and 160 miles from Key West.