Experience the wonder of Magic City! From the gorgeous turquoise waters of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach to the delicious Cuban food and vibrant culture in Little Havana, Miami is a fantastic destination for your next family vacation.

Family Guide to Miami

Check out the top spots for families in Miami (including lots of free and budget-friendly attractions!). Ready to pack your bags? Download the Miami coloring page so the kiddos can keep track of every place you visit.

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Miami: Make Your Dollar Go Further

Heading to Miami with your family? Get the best bang for your buck when you check out these affordable kid-friendly spots in this bustling beach town.

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Catch the Creative Wave: Art Basel Miami 2018

Mark your calendar for the 2018 Art Basel Miami in Miami Beach, Florida. Use our guide to plan on where to go, what to do, and where to stay.


Miami’s Best Family-Friendly Restaurants

If you’re headed to Miami with the family and are hungry for some kid-friendly places to eat, check out Dollar Car Rental’s kid-approved restaurant guide.

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5 Miami Destinations That Locals Keep to Themselves

If you’re looking for the best of Miami without the high prices and throngs of tourists, consider some of these top local hangouts.

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Couples Retreat: 3 Romantic Days in Miami

From Little Havana to Coconut Grove, there are all kinds of romantic things to do and see in Miami. Here’s a guide to your next long-weekend couple’s retreat.

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How to Visit Miami on a $30 a Day Budget

Despite its reputation as an expensive city, Miami offers plenty of options for the budget-minded.


Little Havana: A Quick Escape in Miami

Looking for a Miami escape that’s a little different? Skip the downtown high rises and the flashy glitz of South Beach (not to mention the crowds) for the spicy side of Little Havana.

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