Living in the high-end Miami neighborhood of Brickell is both chic and convenient. At Solitair Brickell, residents enjoy high-rise luxury living in one of the most popular neighborhoods in Miami. Fine dining, shopping, and entertainment are only steps away. However, there’s so much more to see and do in Miami and the surrounding area. Here are some places you should explore:
Miami’s famed Cuban neighborhood is teeming with a thriving Cubano arts and culture scene that transports you to Cuba’s capital. Explore Calle Cocho, Little Havana’s main strip, where you can experience Cuban art, music, and food at every turn. Watch locals play dominoes at Máximo Gómez Park. Make your way to Cubaocho, a community center and art gallery, for some live music and dancing. Or sample some Cuban cuisine at restaurants like Versailles.
This is truly a park like no other in the United States. Described as a tropical botanical garden, the Fruits and Spice Park has over 500 varieties of exotic fruits, veggies, spices, herbs, nuts, and other edible foods. Visitors can take guided tours of the 37-acre subtropical paradise, weather permitting. Not only is this an educational environment that’s sure to bring out the botanist in you, all the tropical plants make for great photo ops.
As an everlasting testament of love for his former fiancé, Edward Leedskalnin began building a sculpture garden entirely out of coral rock in 1923. Upon its completion in 1951, Ed opened the garden to the public. Today, you can take a self-guided tour with the help of audio stands. Visitors can see some of the awe-inspiring sculptures, such as a Polaris telescope and functioning rocking chairs all made completely from coral stone.
Tour the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens to learn about the history of this old villa and the surrounding community. This National Historic Landmark features art and furnishings spanning two millennia. Not to mention, there’s plenty to discover in the expansive formal gardens, terraces and fountains that overlook Biscayne Bay.
The Glades create the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. At Everglades National Park, visitors can camp, fish, hike, canoe or kayak, and even tour the historic Nike Missile Base. You can even explore the Everglades and wildlife on Ranger guided tours. Some activities and tours are seasonal, so be sure to visit the website before planning your trip to Everglades National Park.
Miami and the surrounding area features the best historic and educational attractions, as well as natural beauty. Schedule a visit to our apartments for rent in Brickell Miami and find your new home at Solitair Brickell.