Top 4 Budget-Friendly Things to Do In the City Of Miami

An international city located at Florida’s southeastern tip, Miami is best known for its wild parties, enthralling Art Deco buildings, luxury cruises, Cuban culture and the glitzy South Beach. Aptly termed as the Magic City, Miami is a haven for celebrities, socialites, aristocrats and wealth travelers worldwide. Though Miami is not the cheapest of cities to visit in the USA, there’re definitely many activities to be enjoyed in this city on a budget.


Next time you are planning for a sightseeing tour in Miami; don’t forget to incorporate these below-listed budget friendly things to do in Miami.

Hit the beach:

If you are a beach bum, in Miami you don’t need to spend a fortune to relish a breathtaking beach escape. After all, the southern cost of Florida is speckled with free-access beaches, for example, the Haulover Park, South Beach, Surfside, South Pointe Park and Lummus Park Beach. Majority of the beaches in Miami are colorful, trendy, vibrant and full of shops and bars, so you are never sort of entertainment.

Check out the Holocaust Memorial in Miami:

From 9:30 in the morning to dusk, the Holocaust Memorial in Miami is free for everyone. Artistic & intensely moving, this memorial demonstrates a photographic mural and also a wall engraved with names of thousands of camp victims.

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A leisurely walk around Little Havana:

Acknowledge Miami’s Cuban roots & dig deep into its Hispanic culture by opting for a leisurely walk around Little Havana. This is also the place in Miami where you get to feast your eyes on a few beautiful monuments, for example, the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame, which is the Hispanic version of the star-studded sidewalk in Hollywood.

Head to Everglades National Park:

With more than one million acres of dense sub-tropical forests, prairies and huge swamps, it is not difficult to understand why people call this park as one of the most exceptional public parks in the United States. Snuggled on the southern tip of Florida, this national park is abode to over a dozen rare species, including the Florida Panther, American Crocodile and the West Indian Manatee. The park also offers ample opportunities for camping, walking and canoeing. As far as the admission is concerned, you only need to pay 10 USD per day – which is certainly more than affordable.

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