THE GUD TRAVEL GUIDE Vol. 2: Uncovering Miami Beach 🇺🇸
THE GUD TRAVEL GUIDE
With white, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and an over-the-top cultural scene, Miami Beach attracts millions of visitors to its world-famous shores each year. Boasting some of the best examples of art deco and MiMo architecture, the 7-mile island also offers many of the finest dining experiences anywhere, including two of the newest Michelin-starred restaurants. Suppose your passion lies in health and wellness. In that case, Miami Beach has 44 public parks, two public golf courses, two tennis centers, an uninterrupted Beachwalk from one end of the city to the other, multiple community pools, and even an ice rink for those who miss winter. Pack the sunscreen, book your flight and visit Miami Beach for a vacation getaway unlike any other.
The Miami Beach Boardwalk is a must-see when visiting the Miami Beach. It is a beautiful and scenic pathway that stretches uninterrupted from the southern point of South Beach (South Pointe Park) northward for 7 miles to the Surfside border! You can enjoy the scenic beautiful of the Atlantic ocean on one side and views of lavish Miami Beach hotels, condos and parks on the other.
Located in the heart of Miami Beach, MILA is a transportive venue bringing an elevated dining experience and pleasure together with a magical, glamourous, and vibrant atmosphere, seamlessly merging into one unique experience.
Embracing the effortless beauty of the five elements, MILA offers a unique experience that awakens all of the senses, through refined taste, bespoke mixology, transporting ethnic sounds and an unparalleled ambiance.
MILA’s aesthetic fuses minimalistic Cycladic islands design with Japan’s Wabi-Sabi philosophy of embracing life’s unpredictability and accepting imperfections as beauty. Sculptures, paintings and art made of metal, clay and wood are placed throughout the restaurant to further enhance the theme and aesthetic, curating a sanctuary.
South Pointe Park is a beautiful green space at the southern tip of Miami Beach. It offers stunning panoramic views of the South Beach shoreline, PortMiami’s cruise ships, Downtown Miami’s skyline and Fisher Island. The park has direct access to the beach as well as walking trails, picnic and barbecue areas, benches, a cafe and an off-leash bark park. There is also a mini water playground perfect for cooling off on a warm day, along with a jungle gym and lush landscaping. Perfect to watch the sunset.
Serving heavenly sandwiches in Miami Beach since 1988, La Sandwicherie captures the best French savoir-faire in the simplest of settings to transport your taste buds to another world without costing you the earth. Daily fresh ingredients, crisp baguettes or soft croissants and the added magic of the infamous vinaigrette make for a true taste sensation.
Wynwood is an eclectic district in the urban core of Miami. It is home to art galleries, retail stores, antique shops, eclectic bars, artisanal eateries and one of the largest open-air street-art installations in the world.
Since the introduction of Second Saturday Art Walk and the arrival of Art Basel (2002), the influence and relevance of the arts community in Wynwood has become undeniable. Artists from around the world have sought inspiration in the area’s windowless facades and used them as canvases to showcase their work, leading to the vivid murals that adorn the district.
Wynwood is recognized globally as a premier destination for art, fashion, innovation and creative enterprise. It is one of the largest and most prominent creative communities in the United States, and where a new generation of creative and entrepreneurs want to live, work, eat, play and learn.