Discover why Miami in Florida, USA, ranked #64 in our countdown of ‘100 Most Incredible Cities in the World’.
In the ’20s, Miami was nicknamed the Magic City because its population had rapidly grown, seemingly overnight.
Those who haven’t been can be dissuaded by plastic fantastic preconceptions – bikini babes, rollerblades, palm trees, golden sands, multi-million dollar speed boats, cocktails with little umbrellas…
But a host of hip hotels (The EDITION, The Thompson and the Metropolitan by COMO come to mind) and restaurants have made an appearance in recent times, bringing a wave of sophistication to Miami that has nothing to do with Spring Break.
Once a run-down warehouse district, The Wynwood Walls is now an uber-cool art district, with more than 7400 square metres of street art.
Each year the display grows – it has seen more than 50 artists from 16 countries worldwide.
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