Bordered on three sides by the temperate water of Biscayne Bay and the Miami River, the city's downtown doesn't really exude the bustling atmosphere of a Latin city. The mood is even positively sleepy the farther you stray from Bayside Market, the favorite spot of the cruise passengers. In the middle of the construction sites stand office towers and government buildings, whose wide-ranging styles span Neoclassical to Art Deco with a touch of Mediterranean Revival and contemporary architecture.
All your travel news: our automobile, motorcycle and tyre tips and good deals, routes, traffic updates and road network flashes, motoring services on your route and future innovations. Subscribe to the Michelin newsletter
Michelin Travel Partner will process your personal data to (i) to manage your subscription (ii) and measure the performance of our campaigns and analyze your interactions with our communications. Your data can be shared with Michelin (MFPM) in order to know you better and sending you marketing offers with your consent. You can manage your communication preferences at any time. To exercise your rights: email@example.com. Learn more