Miami Beach Walking Tours Plus Attractions

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  • Author Bruce Scher
  • Published March 21, 2023
  • Word count 422

Miami Beach Walking Tours plus attractions offer a variety of things to see and do in Miami Beach. The weather is always great so we'll give some options for being outside and enjoying the sunshine. One of the first things I like to do when visiting a new city is to go on a walking food tour. A local will show you the best places to eat and attractions to see along the way.

Best Miami Beach Tours and Experiences

Miami Beach walking tours should be your preferred choice, their tours showcase the best local foods, attractions, culture, and walking all in one tour. They offer the South Beach Sunset Walking Dinner Tour. Starts with a get-acquainted Margarita at a tikki bar overlooking Biscayne Bay and welcomes the evening's sunset. You'll have a local Latin-flavored chicken empanada, and a shrimp empanada followed by a seafood taco and homemade Italian gelato for dessert. The tour costs $75.00 per person and includes food and beverages. The tour begins at 5pm and ends at 7pm. Dietary options are available.

In addition, you’ll visit well-known attractions; the South Point Pier, where our famous South Beach ocean and Key Biscayne Bay meet. The next spot to visit is Nikki Beach, a beautiful beach resort, and then you'll walk through the famed Art Deco district. The last stop on the tour will be the Versace Mansion.

Discovering Miami Beach Attractions

Another event you should not miss is exploring South Beach by bicycle. Citi Bike has many locations for you to rent and drop off that are conveniently located throughout the city. Make sure you bicycle along Beach Walk. It's an excellent car-free road with other bicyclists, walkers, and joggers. It's the first road opposite the beach and runs north for miles. If you get up to 44th Street make sure you stop and visit the famed, Fountainebleau Hotel, a beautiful art deco piece of history.

And before you go home make sure you visit the Miami Beach Welcome Center, which is the photo in this blog post, to record the temperature and date of your visit. It's located at 1001 Ocean Drive.

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Bruce is a local who is passionate about sharing his love for his newly adopted hometown and its history. He was born in Brooklyn, NY, and came to South Beach on vacation and never went back. He knows the area well and loves telling stories to visitors. He offers personalized Miami Beach tours: local food tours combined with sightseeing.

If you have any questions contact Bruce at; or phone/text; 917-576-8970

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