Miami neighborhoods

Miami is one of the main tourist destinations in the United States, thanks to things like that it has spectacular beaches, is a port for many cruise ships or has been the star of many series and movies. In 91 square kilometers that the city covers you can find practically everything, especially beaches and shops, many shops for all kinds of budgets.

Like any other city, Miami is also divided into neighborhoods , and today I would like to make a brief summary of the most interesting and the best that you can find in each of them. Take note:


This is where the main tourist attractions are, such as Virginia Key , Brickwell, Watson Island, the spectacular Port of Miami or the economic center known as South Florida.


It is a neighborhood that has a great Caribbean influence and most of its population is Spanish-speaking .


The highlight are its residential buildings , towering towers that attract attention in any panorama. It also stands out for the graffiti in every corner, a whole museum of street art.

Upper East Side

As in New York, this neighborhood is the one with the richest residents in the city.

Coral way

It is in the southern part of the city and it is a residential neighborhood with a lot of history, the typical North American neighborhood with trees in the streets and many little houses that have been seen so many times on television. Its architecture is of Spanish heritage and it has a spectacular shopping center with many shops and bars. There are many discos here too.

Coconut Grove

It is one of the most touristic places since it is the Biscayne Bay, a beautiful bay where there is a lot of leisure activity. In this area there are also many parks and gardens, including Barnacle State Park , the largest green space in the city and worth visiting for several hours.