Miami Cruises, Florida
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This half-day tour showcases Miami’s best bits, from its skyscrapers to its Art Deco District. Start with a scenic drive through downtown, then go past the towering skyscrapers of the financial district on Brickell Avenue. You’ll learn a bit about Miami’s Cuban heritage, too, as you make your way in to the heart of Little Havana. Then tick off historic Coconut Grove and South Beach’s Art Deco District before arriving at Bayside Market Place. Here, you’ll board a boat and take to the water for a 90-minute tour around Biscayne Bay. Pass Fisher Island – it’s dotted with multi-million-dollar homes owned by A-listers like Oprah Winfrey, Boris Becker and Mel Brooks. You’ll also sail past Star Island and Palm Island where places of interest include Gloria Estefan's estate and Al Capone's old house.
Get an eyeful of Miami’s glitz and glamour on a half-day walking tour of South Beach. This neighbourhood’s known for its bee hive-buzzy nightlife, celebrity chef-run restaurants and toothpaste-white beach. In fact, the 2017 film remake of Baywatch was filmed here. On the tour, you’ll walk through the colourful Art Deco District, then take a scenic drive through downtown Miami and past the towering skyscrapers of the financial district. You’ll also visit the area known as Little Havana – grab a rum-based CubaLibre cocktail as you pass through. The tour finishes in the historic Coconut Grove neighbourhood, which is known for its leafy sidewalks, pavement cafés and shopping malls.
Get a bird’s-eye view of the Magic City on this 20-minute helicopter ride. You’ll fly over Miami’s beaches – from Hallandale in the north, all the way down to the famous South Beach. As you head inland, you’ll see the American Airlines Arena – home to the former world champion Miami Heat basketball team. Then hover over Fisher Island – a manmade island reachable only by boat. It’s Florida’s priciest piece of real estate, and you’ll want the camera handy to snap its eye-popping mansions. Finish up by flying over Miami’s downtown district, home to Marlins Park where the Miami Marlins play baseball.