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Miami Shore Excursions
South Beach is Miami's biggest tourist attraction with elegant restaurants, boutique shops, beautiful Art-Deco hotels, chic shops, an enormous oceanswept beach, laid-back cafes and great people watching. SoBe is a 20 minutes cab ride from the cruise port.
Coconut Grove, dating from the 1870s, is Miami's oldest district. It is a neighborhood of bars, fashionable shops, chic galleries and fine restaurants. Visit the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, commissioned by a businessman from Chicago who aimed to reconstruct an Italian styled 16th century palace.
Coral Gables was built in the 1920’s, and here there’s an assortment of cool bars, classy eateries, modern galleries and stylish shops. Take swimming gear and call in at Venetian Pool, an amazing public pool in the bowl of a rock quarry.
Fairchild Tropical Garden
For a serenity-inducing outing go to the Fairchild Tropical Garden, where a group of beautiful lakes are set in acres of lush greenery and trees.
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
Bill Baggs Cape Florida is located on the southernmost tip of Key Biscayne barrier island. At the park you’ll discover the famous lighthouse originally built in 1825 then rebuilt in 1846. There's lots to do on over a mile of gorgeous coastline like hiking, swimming, sunbathing, surfing and picnicking.
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