Amidst toasting yourself by a Miami beach and letting your hair down and partying all night at the best clubs that are in the limelight, slow down, branch out to explore a bunch of other attractions in Miami.
Get grooving at the Ball & Chain with some Salsa moves
Largely influenced by the Cuban and Jewish communities, Ball & Chain has been a host to some of the greatest Jazz legends, like Chet Baker and Count Basie. Sample some exotic Cuban mocktails like the Canitta and Mojito Criollo while grooving to the tantalizing jazz music.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for Azucare Ice Cream Company!
The brainchild of the company, Suzy Batlle, churns out the best Cuban ice cream drawing inspirations from her favorite flavor combinations from childhood and the local ingredients. One of the ferociously popular combinations is the Abuela Maria.
Boasting of over 150 specialty shops, cafés, and live entertainment, this outdoor style mall attracts the locals and the tourists. It’s situated on the Miami's waterfront overseeing the boats and docks, and tourists flock to this place to just bask in its atmosphere.
Little Havana and Calle Ocho
The Cuban district, Little Havana, stands out for its peculiar cultural flavor. Flanked by murals of prominent Cuban figures, this place is the go-to spot for the best Cuban cuisine. The district Calle Ocho diverges into the surrounding avenues and streets. With the Latin music wafting through the place all around, Calle Ocho is home to the best Cuban entertainment.