Spend a Saturday in the “Magic City“.
Enjoying Miami at its best is waking up early before dawn to see the sunrise at South Beach, even though there are endless ways to spend your Saturday in Miami: the most beneficial and great way to start your day. A morning jog or a walk or even skating could be a great way to kick off your day. One of the easiest and pleasant is walking along Miami Beach Boardwalk, a wooden two miles walkway along the beach between 21st and 46th streets.
When you walk along South Beach Miami you’ll pass cafes, restaurants and shops on one side, perfect ocean views on the other side. If you woke up at the right time, you’ll see the perfect sunrise bright orange sky. The popular local spot where to watch the sunrise is South Pointe Park.
After enjoying the most spectacular breakfast, it’s time for breakfast. Head for the South Beach strip’s most well-known sidewalk café. One of our favorite restaurants is the Dolce Italian Miami restaurant. Nominated the “Best New Restaurant” new restaurant from Bravo, Dolce Italian is the perfect setting for starting your day in Miami. Dolce is a modern Italian restaurant that captures the effortless elegance of Fellini’s Rome of the 1960s. It opens at 7 am in the morning offering Italian and American typical breakfast menus. Another great place where to start your Saturday in Miami is the Traymore Restaurant by Michael Schwartz. Right on the terrace enjoy a healthy breakfast that includes house-made granola and other tasteful food.
Since you are right on the Art District of Miami you should walk and visit more pastel gems of the 1930s and 40s.
Explore Miami’s vibrant art scene through a series of monthly art walks. Each month on the second Saturday, the city’s eclectic artists’ district hosts the Wynwood Art Walk. There are at least 60 galleries to visit and many of them stay open late. You can visit the work of local and global artists.
ArtCenter South Florida Studios hosts also an art walk on the first Saturday of each month. You’ll enjoy walking through the complex during the ArtCenter’s Studio Crawl. The event usually includes entertainment.
If you like shopping, Miami won’t disappoint anyone also known for the dozens of shops, boutiques, showrooms, and galleries right in the Miami Design District. Looking for something with a designer tag? Miami Design District is your place. From a wide range of popular clothing most boutique to an impressive lineup of jewelry and watches brands (Rolex, Tiffany & Co.) and home furnishings…you can find everything.
Miami is without a doubt beautiful if you view it from the surrounding waters. Miami Aqua Tours’ Sightseeing Cruise provides late afternoon and an immersive evening excursion. During your cruise through Biscayne Bay and along downtown and the Venetian Islands, you’ll be provided narration in English and Spanish. On the weekends you shouldn’t miss the Island Queen Cruises offering the Miami Dance Cruises: a 90-minute journey through Biscayne Bay, from Bayside Marketplace, down to the Port of Miami.
Throughout various parks, you enjoy some unique forms of entertainment in Miami. Bayfront Park is home to high-fly adventures. The two-hour trapeze class they offer is a must. New World Center, home to Miami’s cutting-edge New World Symphony, is a South Beach concert hall with an attached outdoor green urban space. Throughout the year, the venue simulcasts concerts occurring inside the music hall by projecting a live feed onto the park’s 7,000-square-foot wall. There are a series of Yoga Mornings at the New World Center held on Saturdays (next appointments Saturday, November 9, 2019, Saturday, December 21, 2019, Saturday, January 25, 2020, Saturday, February 22, 2020, Saturday, March 14, 2020, Saturday, April 11, 2020, Saturday, May 9, 2020). The events offer a unique experience that combines many of the best things that Miami Beach has to offer: being outdoors, a lively and enthusiastic yoga class, classical music, and the opportunity to connect with others in the community. There are also great appointments on scheduled Saturdays when the New World Symphony WALLCAST® concerts, allow you to experience live classical music performances throughout the season at SoundScape Park through a striking use of visual and audio technology on the soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall. We suggest to bring a blanket, usually the concerts start at 7.30 pm, perfect for all the family members.
Miami truly comes alive on Saturday evenings, when well-dressed crowds fill the streets of South Beach and downtown Miami.
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