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Miami Travel Tips

Miami, FL, is known for its sunny skies, palm trees, and sandy beaches. It is little surprise that it is a popular destination for tourists, even those traveling with children. Because of its beauty and favorable temperatures, Miami hotels can be crowded and expensive. Miami vacation rentals are a smart solution for vacationing families and will ultimately save them money. At Vacation Home Rentals, we list some of the best Miami rentals that you’ll find online. Our rentals are clean for-rent-by-owner properties. We set high standards for the rentals that we list on our site, and you can trust that they have been well-maintained. There are some tips that tourists should follow when vacationing in Miami. Reserving one of our listed homes or apartments for rent in Miami is one of these tips. Other valuable tips involve scheduling the best time to visit. When planning a travel date, consider when the best time for your family visit may be. From March to May, average temperatures are in the 70s, a comfortable temperature for most tourists. From June to August, Miami is at its rainiest. These months also mark hurricane season, making them the least desirable for vacationing. When packing for your stay in Miami, bring sunglasses and clothes for warm weather conditions, but also pack light sweaters for potentially chilly evenings. Because activities will likely involve a good deal of walking, pack comfortable walking shoes as well. If traveling with a pet, you’ll also want to confirm which of the homes or apartments for rent in Miami allow pets and which do not.


Once you’ve found your ideal house for rent in Miami, it’s time to discover the attractions and activities that will be most enjoyable for your family members. Selecting which attractions to see and things to do can be fun for the whole family. With the input of family members, you’ll be certain that everyone is happy with the attractions and activities that are on your agenda. Fortunately, there are plenty of attractions that are fun and appropriate even for the smallest children in your family. Naturally, families staying in Miami vacation rentals will gravitate outdoors and head to the area beaches and parks, including Central Miami Beach, Virginia Key Beach Park, and Crandon Park Beach. Other outdoor attractions for active families include Oleta River State Park for hiking and bicycling and Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. While in the downtown Miami area, plan to visit the museum HistoryMiami. Museums are interesting, and most family members will find them enjoyable. Browse the Coral Gables museum alone or with a knowledgeable guide, take the kids to the Miami Children’s Museum, and ride the Miami Trolley. Go see the wild animals at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation or Zoo Miami. Jungle Island and The Kampong are also outdoor destinations that the family will enjoy.


Miami vacation rentals are in high demand when there are events taking place. It is important to know what events are taking place when looking for houses for rent in Miami, as it will help in the planning of your itinerary and you’ll know when to make reservations early in order to ensure a rental. You’ll find that there are plenty of events that take place during the year. Many of these events are suitable for families and can enhance your vacation. If visiting in January, catch the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade. In March, there is the Ultra Music Festival and Carnaval on the Mile. In November, the Great Grove Bed Race is a silly yet fun event involving homemade beds and costumes.


Whether you're seeking art and design, great beaches, or top-of-the-line nightclubs, you'll find what you're looking for in Miami. Choose from Miami apartments in just about every corner of the city, and plan an unforgettable getaway in this vibrant city.

Miami Climate

Visitors to Miami will enjoy warm or hot temperatures year-round. Temperatures climb to about 90 degrees in the summer months, and they top out around 75 or 80 degrees during the winter months. June and September tend to be the rainiest months in Miami, while the winter season tends to be the driest time of year.

How to Get Around Miami

With two convenient airports, Miami is easy to access from just about anywhere in the U.S. Miami International Airport is just 15 minutes west of the city, while Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is about 30 minutes north of the city. Once you've landed, use the Metrorail or Metromover to travel between Miami apartments and most of the city's top attractions. If you'd rather drive, you'll find plenty of paid parking throughout the city.

Best Things to Do in Miami

Start your trip with a visit to Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, where you can get your fill of Cuban coffee, Cuban sandwiches, and a wide selection of cigars. Head over to Miami's Design District, where you'll find the city's cutting-edge art, architecture, and fashion. This neighborhood is also home to the Institute of Contemporary Art and several independent art galleries. For even more great art, visit the Bass Museum of Art in South Beach, where you'll find art spanning several centuries.

Continue your jaunt through South Beach with a tour of the neighborhood's legendary Art Deco architecture. From storefronts to residential homes, South Beach has some of the most well-preserved examples of Art Deco you'll find anywhere. When you're done sightseeing, get ready for some people watching in South Beach's Lummus Park. Located right along the neighborhood's legendary Ocean Drive, Lummus Park boasts several blocks of sand, sun, and celebrities.

Lummus Park is far from the only great beach in Miami, and many visitors prefer Haulover Beach Park in the North Beach Neighborhood. Join a volleyball game, fly a kite, or soak up the sun on this clothing-optional beach. For a more upscale swimming experience, make your way to the Vizcaya Museum and Garden, which boasts a stunning vintage villa with one of the most unique swimming pools in Miami.

Top Miami Nightlife

If you're looking for nightlife, you can't go wrong in Miami. For a craft cocktail in a bohemian setting, you can't go wrong with Wynwood's Wood Tavern, where you'll find plenty of outdoor seating and draft beers. When you want to dance the night away, head to South Beach and stop by LIV, which attracts upscale patrons with bottle service and great beats. For a truly decadent night, make the St. Regis Bar and Wine Vault your destination, where you can relax in luxury with intimate seating and top-shelf drinks.

From morning till night, you'll never be bored in Miami. Take your pick from the many distinctly designed Miami apartments, and enjoy an indulgent vacation in this Florida hotspot.
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