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  1. Miami-Dade County

    Miami-Dade County is in the Florida Gold Coast region of Florida.



  2. Miami/Downtown

    Downtown Miami is a district in Miami, steel-and-glass buildings have sprung up around downtown, the heart of the city. By day there's plenty of activity downtown, as suited lawyers and bankers share the sidewalks with Latino merchants wearing open-neck, intricately embroidered shirts called guayaberas.

  3. Miami/Overtown

    Overtown is a historically African-American neighborhood located just north of downtown Miami and is considered part of Miami's Central District. It is also Miami’s poorest neighborhood.


    People near Miami-Dade County


  4. Miami/Brickell

    Brickell, which includes the Financial District, is home to the majority of the major corporations and large businesses in Miami. Along Brickell Avenue, you will find headquarters for major banks, real estate companies and law firms.

  5. Miami/Little Havana

    Little Havana is located just west of Downtown Miami. Also known as the Latin Quarter, it received its name by being a Cuban neighborhood from the 1970s until the 1990s, but now consists of many Central and South Americans.



  6. Miami/Design District

    The Miami Design District is a small neighborhood in Miami about two miles north of Downtown, with several blocks of filled with furniture showrooms, art galleries, fashion boutiques and hip eateries. Many creative services, such as architects and graphic designers, have also set up shop within the district.

  7. Miami/MiMo Boulevard

    MiMo Boulevard is in Miami and it runs along Biscayne Boulevard from 50th Terrace up to 77th street. The term MiMo stands for Miami Modern Architecture since this district has become famous because of its post World War II modern architecture.

  8. Miami

    Miami is a major city in the south-eastern United States and the second most populous city in Florida. The Miami metropolitan area is the largest in the state with an estimated population of over 5.

  9. Miami Beach/South Beach


  10. Miami Beach

    Miami Beach is a city in Florida. This small barrier island near Miami was originally cleared of mangroves in the late 1800s to make way for a coconut farm, and was later incorporated as a city by real estate developers in 1915.

  11. Miami Beach/Mid Beach

    Mid Beach is the middle section of Miami Beach. It is the area between 23rd Street and 63rd Street.

  12. Biscayne National Park

    Biscayne National Park is a United States National Park located in South Florida. It is the largest marine park in the National Park System, protecting the southern section of Biscayne Bay, including the northernmost several Florida Keys, mangrove shorelines, a shallow bay, and living coral reefs.

  13. Miami/Coconut Grove
  14. Coral Gables
  15. Miami Springs


  16. Miami Beach/North Beach
  17. Miami International Airport

    Miami International Airport () is located just west of the city of Miami in an unincorporated suburban area. It is an important hub for traffic between North America, the Caribbean and Latin America, and one of the largest airports in the world.

  18. Surfside (Florida)

    Surfside is a city in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It is just north of Miami Beach.

  19. Hialeah
  20. Sunny Isles Beach

    Sunny Isles Beach, the City of Sun and Sea, is located on a barrier island in the northeast corner of Miami-Dade County.

  21. Hallandale Beach
  22. Miramar (Florida)

    Miramar is a city bordering Miami-Dade and Broward counties in South Florida. It is about 15 miles to the west of the Atlantic Ocean.

  23. Hollywood (Florida)

    thumb|230px|Hollywoods paved "Broadwalk" along the ocean

  24. Fort Lauderdale
  25. Broward County
  26. Plantation

    Plantation is a suburb of Fort Lauderdale in the US state of Florida. The area is the base for many large corporations, such as Motorola, Nortel and American Express.

  27. Weston (Florida)
  28. Sunrise
  29. Homestead
  30. Florida City

    Florida City is a city in Florida. It is one of the southernmost cities in the United States that is not on an island.

  31. Tamarac

    Tamarac is a city in Broward County on the Florida Gold Coast of South Florida.

  32. Pompano Beach
  33. Deerfield Beach

    Deerfield Beach is a city in Florida, located just south of Boca Raton in northern Broward County.

  34. Boca Raton

    Boca Raton is a city on the east coast of Florida, located about halfway between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. The name translates literally as "Mouse Mouth", and is believed to derive from a Spanish nautical term for a shallow inlet filled with jagged rocks.

  35. Everglades National Park

    right|thumb|400px|Florida Bay at Flamingo looking North into Everglades

  36. Delray Beach

    Delray Beach is a city in South Florida, in the United States of America.

  37. Key Largo
  38. Big Cypress National Preserve

    Big Cypress National Preserve is a National Park in the state of Florida in the United States of America. It is adjacent to Everglades National Park.

  39. Lake Worth

    Lake Worth is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, about 10 miles (16 km) south of West Palm Beach.

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  41. Bimini

    Bimini is a district of the Bahamas and consists of two main islands located 50 miles east of Florida.

  42. Palm Beach (Florida)

    Palm Beach is a well-to-do town on the east coast of Florida, adjacent to the larger city of West Palm Beach. Culturally known in many ways as the playground of the rich and famous; it is indeed a place full of oceanfront luxury resorts, upscale shopping centers, beautiful landscaping and architecture, nightlife opportunities, and dozens of stately mansions housing its wealthiest residents.

  43. West Palm Beach

    West Palm Beach is a mid-sized city of just over 100,000 residents in the South Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach) Metropolitan area, which has over 5.5 million people.

  44. Islamorada
  45. Riviera Beach
  46. Jupiter
  47. Everglades City
  48. Clewiston
  49. Duck Key
  50. Indiantown

    Indiantown is a small town in the Heartland of Florida. It is part of Martin County, but in the rustic part of the county.

  51. Marathon (Florida)
  52. Stuart
  53. Marco Island

    Marco Island is an island city in Southwest Florida, located at the edge of the Everglades. Popular with vacationers for its beautiful beaches and small-town appeal, Marco Island doesn't offer many attractions, but those looking for relaxation and recreation will find plenty to enjoy.