Hi, how are you? Miami Design District bring the summer to you with the TOP Sport for the best summer in Miami.
It’s getting hot in here, so take off all your clothes. Miami Design District have all these great spots around town! The list below highlights a few of the best places to visit in Miami this summer.
2701 de Soto Blvd, Coral Gables, FL 33134
This is one of my favorite pools that I’ve ever visit and is the largest freshwater pool in the United States! She was built in 1924 and is called The Venetian Pool. She was modeled after an actual Venetian Lagoon in Venice, Italy. Complete with water-filled caves, great tanning spots and a house café, it’s a hot summer spot in Miami for anyone, no matter how old!
1626 Michigan Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
This is Miami’s best spot for all things ice cream. Miami Heat player Chris Bosh has his own signature flavor there, to show everyone that this is the best place to visit! The best part of it all is that they’re open late—midnight on weekdays, 1 AM on Fridays & Saturdays!
401 Biscayne Blvd R106, Miami, FL 33132
If you’re a faithful follower of Miami Design District, you know that Bayside is one of Miami’s best shopping spots, and certainly the most unique shopping spot in Miami! There’s a variety of great restaurants and shops, most of which are located outdoors, food, atmosphere, live entertainment and luxury. Make sure not to miss out on the photo!
170 NE 38th Street, Miami, FL 33137
There are a lot of Pub’s open in summer in Miami, but Miami Design District recommend: The Stage. This place is awesome because he have two bars, comfy couches, an outdoor seating area and live entertainment all night long. See you there?
945 Euclid Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
The South Beach section of Miami is huge but speaks volumes about the party goers visiting the city for a sensational vacation experience. The beaches are broken into sections, some more appropriate for families and others more appropriate for topless beach-goers.
6747 Crandon Blvd, Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Everyone is aware that when they want a real day at the beach, sans the Fat Tuesday mugs and topless tanners, Crandon Park on Key Biscayne is the way to go. This is one beach where you can actually roll out a plaid sheet under a palm tree and simply take in Miami’s sweeping skyline to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.
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