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Welcome to Miami

Home of the Latin Beat and Crazy Nightlife

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Miami was named after the Mayaimi Indian tribe in the 1840’s. Julia Tuttle arrived in the early 1890’s and purchased an enormous citrus plantation. Tuttle convinced Henry Flagler to extend his railroad to Miami in exchange for a 100 acre tract of land.

Thousands of people moved to Miami in the early 1900’s and Miami Beach was developed in 1913. Hurricanes and the depression slowed Miami’s development but prosperity returned during WW II. In the 1960's, Castro’s Cuban politics brought more than 400,000 Cuban refugees to Miami-Dade County. Since 2000, Miami has seen an extensive boom of high rise architecture.

Miami now has great art and international dining. Enjoy it.

Your FREE Sites and Bites™ Map and Guide is easy-to-use and easy-to-download. Just click the “Download Sites and Bites™ Map” link and you will get a full-color map followed by a page showing the best places to see, shop and dine. Each listing includes all pertinent information — brief description, hours of operation, address, phone number and/or map coordinate. As an added bonus, the final section of the download has coupons and special promotions you can print and use when you visit the destination city.


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