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Miami: Bus Tour South Beach Tour & Little Havana

1. Miami: Bus Tour South Beach Tour & Little Havana

Explore Miami's most exciting attractions on our sightseeing tour of the whole city! You'll have a friendly guide who speaks both English and Spanish, so everyone can enjoy the experience. First, we'll visit the famous South Beach and see its beautiful sandy shores. Then, we'll head to Lincoln Rd, known for its Art Deco style and vibrant atmosphere. Next stop is Little Havana, where you can experience the rich Cuban culture and delicious food. We'll also take you to Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, two charming neighborhoods with unique charm and history. And of course, you can't miss the incredible beaches that Miami is famous for. Our tour operates every day, so you can choose a date that suits you best. We'll start the journey with a city tour on a comfortable bus. But if you want to upgrade your experience, you can join the 90-minute Biscayne Bay tour. This special tour takes you on a 2-level yacht, where you'll get to see the Millionaire Homes, the stunning Miami Skyline, and more of South Beach. Don't miss this chance to explore Miami's top spots with us. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure filled with culture, history, and breathtaking views!

Miami: Guided City Tour and Boat Ride

2. Miami: Guided City Tour and Boat Ride

Explore Miami's best places and most popular neighborhoods with a guided tour of the city. Drive through South Beach, explore the Downtown, Wynwood the Street Art District, and more. Then, embark on a boat ride of Biscayne Bay and see Millionaire's Row. Begin your tour with pickup at the Bayside Marketplace or South Beach and delve into the sights of Miami. Explore the stunning Art Deco architecture in South Beach before admiring the towering skyscrapers of the Downtown Miami Skyline. Next, visit Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and learn about its history and main attractions. Take some time for lunch in Calle 9, Little Havana, and taste a Cafecity Cubano Coffee. In Wynwood, discover the colorful Street Art District, full of Modern Art that demands each visitor's attention. Finally, arrive at the Bayside Marketplace to board a boat and experience the Biscayne Bay from the water. Admire the famous Millionaire's Row, and get a peek into the opulent lifestyles of celebrities and their mansions. Afterward, take time for shopping, enjoying food souvenirs, taking photos, and relaxing in an entertaining atmosphere before heading back to your desired meeting point.

Miami: Half-Day City Tour Highlights

3. Miami: Half-Day City Tour Highlights

Join and discover Miami, the “Magic City.” This tour will take you to the heart of the Art Deco District. The pastel colored buildings of the American Riviera will bring back the atmosphere of the fabulous golden age of Miami Beach. While crossing the water of Biscayne Bay, you will admire the artificial and exclusive islands, dotted with luxury waterfront mansions. The causeway will take you downtown for a brief but intense visit of Brickell Avenue, the economic gateway of Latin America. The next stop will be the lavish vegetation of Coconut Grove, the retreat of the rich and famous: Madonna, Stallone and many others have selected this peaceful waterfront side of Miami as their residence. This will just be a prelude before “City Beautiful” better known as Coral Gables - inspired from a Mediterranean town with homes built from local coral stones. The old quarry is now home of the picturesque site of the Venetian Pool. Last but not least, learn about the folklore of Little Havana for the illusion of going to Latin America without showing a passport.

Miami City Tour

4. Miami City Tour

Let's explore in the comfort of a luxury SUV or a van (for larger groups) all the best that the "magic city" has to offer, from Miami Beach with its iconic Art Deco District and beautiful beaches, Brickell which is the financial district, to the beauty of Coral Gables, "the city beautiful" to the historical neighborhood of Little Havana and Calle 8 where you will see the old Cubans playing domino. We can not miss Wynwood to admire the beautiful murals and the Miami Design District, a trendy neighborhood filled with luxury fashion brands. Other nice places and venues will be disclosed during the tour. I visited this wonderful city in 1983 for the very first time and I feel like I was born here. Miami has a unique history, many places to see and a diverse culture to enjoy, that's why I love this city so much!

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4.9 / 5

based on 5 reviews

The tour was quite good so far and the guide gave a lot of information along the way. He was very nice and helpful and the schedule was kept. Unnecessary and not worth the stop was the stop in the art district or whatever you want to call it. There was nothing spectacular to see here and no shopping. Great was Little Havana and the boat ride at the end, which is really long. If you are only in Miami for a short time, do this tour to see a lot in a short amount of time.

The bus tour was great and our friendly driver/guide had interesting information ready on all points. We skipped the boat trip because we thought the boat was too full and the seats (made up of plastic chairs) didn't make us want to go on the trip. Instead, we took a look at the Bayside Marketplace. After asking, we were dropped off right in front of our hotel. From our point of view, the tour was worth it and our wish to get an overview of Miami was fulfilled.

Excellent tour! Josè was super friendly, very informative and a pleasure to listen to! We wondered around the city, we could have not seen so much in one day without this tour! Down side: the boat tour. Too touristic, too crowded and not so enjoyable!

The tour is fine but shorter than announced... Begins at 10H30 and ends at 17H00. At the end of the tour you have to chosse between the Market Place o going back to South Beach. No water in the bus.

It was good , could have been better if water or light refreshments like cookies were provided for participants,