is home to many Cuban immigrant residents and, therefore, some of the greatest Cuban culture in America. It's also home to the Bay of Pigs Museum and Library, the Cuban Memorial Boulevard Park and several of the best Cuban restaurants in the country.
Miami Beach Art Deco District Tour
The Art Deco District was the first 20th-century neighborhood to be recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. It has 800 structures built between 1923 and 1943 of historical value. A walking tour will give you a chance to experience some of Miami's historic landmarks.
21st-45th Street Beach
This area is a short walk from the Fontainebleau and serves as a backdrop for some of Miami Beach's exclusive beach clubs and hotels. It also has a boardwalk running through that is ideal for a jog.
The Seaquarium is spread out over 38 acres and combines conservation and education. The park houses sea lions, manatees and endangered sea turtles, among many other sea animals. It has eight varying marine animal shows and several other daily presentations.
Middle Beach Loop Trolley
This free trolley route is a useful method of transportation if you want to explore the area or venture further out for dinner. The Middle Beach Loop runs as far south as Lincoln Road on Collins Avenue from the Fountainebleau. The trolley picks up passengers at 44th and Collins Ave.