3 Days in Miami Beach


Day 1: Beach & Miami’s Ocean Drive


Hit South Beach Miami


person on beach at dusk, Miami


Spending time on Miami’s coastline is the best way to de-stress after traveling. Your hotel is likely to have a pool and hot tub to explore as well, but taking advantage of the city’s beach is a necessity. Spend a couple hours enjoying the sun, beauty, and peacefulness.


Eat at Suviche Miami


Suviche is an excellent introduction to dining in Miami Beach. It’s a Puruvian and Sushi restaurant known for its delicious ceviche and elegant hand rolls. Suviche is a local favorite, and includes creative sushi concoctions with ingredients like truffle, plantain, and torched jalapeno.


Explore Miami’s Iconic Ocean Drive


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When the evening hits, get ready to walk down Ocean Drive in South Beach. This iconic stretch of land includes some of the best restaurants, bars, and shopping in the city. You’ll see the Art Deco influence first hand, as buildings light up and the lively crowd comes out. Ocean Drive is visually beautiful, with views of the beach on one side and manicured palm trees lining the street. Explore the lavish boutiques, then stop for a drink at The Clevelander Bar or Mango’s Tropical Cafe.


Day 2: Shop & cruise on the coastline


Shop on Lincoln Road


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After a relaxing morning, head over to Lincoln Road in Miami Beach for the most extravagant shopping experience. At this robust shopping hub, you’ll find the trendiest stores like Valiant Paris, Zara, Garmin, J Crew, Athleta, and more. Not to mention, the 10 block district is as aesthetically pleasing as you could imagine, with Art Deco and Venetian design influences. Issabella’s is a great place to grab lunch or dinner, with exceptional seafood and a romantic personality.


Go on a Miami boat tour


boat on the water during sunset, Miami


Boat tours are the most glamorous way you can see the beach, city, and coastline. You have your fair share of options when it comes to boat tours, from party boats to speedboats and everything in between. However, the most desirable tour is Miami Beach’s sunset cruise, where guests have the privilege of watching the intoxicating sun go down while the city’s energy grows. 


Eat at Area 31 Miami Beach




Area 31 is an epic rooftop restaurant that overlooks downtown. The stunning establishment carries a gourmet menu of small bites and entrees like seafood, Maine lobster, pasta, and steak. The cocktails here are some of the best in Miami, and the remarkable views at night are picture-worthy. 


Day 3: Lummus Park & Collins Ave


Stroll down Collins Avenue 


Collins Ave is another notable street in Miami Beach, full of art & culture, wineries and bars, restaurants, and boutique shops. Its opulent selection of businesses and attractive layout makes Collins Ave a great place to shop, relax, and enjoy your last day. 


Visit Lummus Park, Miami Beach



Lummus Park is a beautiful, verdant green space right near the beach. At Lummus Park, you’ll often find bikers, families, athletic classes, and photographers. Lummus Park in Miami even features two outdoor gyms, and has been a photoshoot hub for several years. 


Savor your hotel’s amenities 


palm trees at a luxury hotel


Most hotels in Miami Beach have amazing amenities and an on-site restaurant and bar. Actually, many of the city’s hotels are home to some of the best restaurants in Miami, so you shouldn’t have to travel far for some exceptional food. Miami Beach’s hotels often exhibit fantastic views, so you can relax during the evening and soak in the scenery before your trip ends. 

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