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Miami, the second-largest city in the "Sunshine State" (after Jacksonville), is one of America's premier holiday destinations, both with overseas visitors and domestic holidaymakers. It's easy to see why, the city exemplifies the good life. Long palm tree lined boulevards, top quality shopping, gourmet restaurants and all permanently drenched in the sub-tropical sunshine that beams down all year round. It seems that everyone loves Miami, and nobody moreso than the millions of tourists that flock here every year.

Like Florida's other big resort city of Orlando, Miami isn't visited solely for itself, and is surrounded by out of town attractions which tempt visitors into the environs. The unique ecosystem of the Everglades is just a day trip away while coastal Florida and the idyllic chain of holiday islands known as the Keys can be reached easily. Visiting any of these is a must, as is taking a trip to the Seaquarium, the theme park that epitomises Florida, with leaping dolphins and orcas performing for the crowds. You can also take a jaunt to Cape Canaveral and see where America's space race took off. The Kennedy Space Center will tell you everything you need to know about the past, present and future of space exploration.

But don't forego the charms of the city for these extra-urban attractions. Miami is one of the US's most laid back places and has a cosmopolitan air brought by its large populations of Latinos and Cubans. Little Havana is a slice of the Caribbean in the city. Spanish speaking, you'll find cigar factories, restaurants serving up Cuban cuisine and monuments to the political heroes of the island.

Art Deco District
Everglades Safari Park
Miami Seaquarium
Vizcaya Villa and Gardens
Biscayne Bay & Millionaire's Row
South Beach
Lincoln Road
Little Havana
Jungle Island
Venetian Pool
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