It is a tourist-friendly city nestled in the state’s Miami-Dade County, USA. It is a south Florida island city connected by bridges to mainland Miami. According to the 2020 statistics, the population is 92,246. This island city embodies a land territory of 7.67 square miles and a water territory of 7.55 square miles.
Wide seashores stretch from North Shore Open Space Park, past palm-lined Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern tip, South Beach, is known for its global cachet with models and famous people, and its mid-twentieth-century engineering in the Art Deco Historic area with pastel-hued structures, particularly on Ocean Drive.
Also situated in the renowned art district area is the visited Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts. This high-class infrastructure accommodates residents and visitors with its year-round jampacked theater performances, ballet shows, orchestra performances, and even the famous Broadway shows.
Built years ago, the city’s heart of its cultural district, the Bass Museum of Art hosts magnificent displays, not just from its local collections, but also from international ones. And the city’s highly-celebrated annual Festival of the Arts offers thousands of art displays from a wide variety of materials gathered from local artists to the national-renowned professionals.
The Gulfstream Park and Calder Race Course make ground for thoroughbred racing, bringing the name as the two primary tracks situated in the city.
Also, sports enthusiasts from basketball, to football, and ice hockey have the chance to watch professional games live because the Miami Sports Stadium is only a short drive away from the city.
Miami Beach transportation in land, water, and air are all easy to access. The Airport-Beach Express (Route 150), managed by Miami-Dade Transit, has connections to Miami International Airport to significant places in South Beach.
The city’s metropolitan ambiance and the multi-cultural community engage tourists to visit the place annually.
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