Discover the most popular attractions of the Magic City in the comfort of our spacious air-conditioned vehicle. Since this is a small cultural group guided tour, you’ll learn, see and experience a lot more than a regular city tour. We’ll take you on an enjoyable and revealing ride around the neighborhoods of Miami, including South Beach - for a super nice and fully-guided Art Deco Walking Tour, Downtown Miami, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Little Havana, and the now popular Wynwood, where we'll make another stop to give you the opportunity to explore this amazing outdoor museum that showcases large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists.Get to know the whole city on one trip from a local, learn all about Miami, and have plenty of photo opportunities while you enjoy the city’s breathtaking views!
In South Florida we are considered “the small groups specialists”. The Miami tour has been carefully designed to ensure our passengers enjoy an in-depth exploration of all sights visited, always with the presence of one of our super knowledgeable and licensed live tour guides who speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian.You’ll discover the wonders of South Beach and its famous Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and Española Way and the Art Deco District, where we’ll have an exciting walking tour revealing the largest concentration of 1920s and 1930s architecture in the world. Next, we’ll take you to Downtown Miami, where innovative skyscrapers line the sky and make up Miami's iconic skyline. You’ll be able to see the Freedom Tower, an example of a Mediterranean Revival styled structure with design elements borrowed from Spain. Next, you’ll ride along Brickell Ave, located in the heart of Miami’s financial district.After exploring Downtown Miami, it’s time to take you to the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami – the bohemian and laidback Coconut Grove, which is also one of the greenest regions of the tropical city!Then we’ll visit Coral Gables, where its architecture is almost entirely Mediterranean Revival style. Among the landmarks in Coral Gables are the Venetian Pool, Douglas Entrance, the Miami Biltmore hotel, and many fine residences.Of course, we could not forget to discover Little Havana, the best-known neighborhood for Cuban exiles in the world characterized by its street life, restaurants, music, mom and pop enterprises, political passion, and great warmth amongst its residents. How about trying the delicious cafezito, the famous Cuban coffee?Our next destination will be Wynwood. We’ll make a stop at Miami’s arts district that contains over 70 galleries, museums and art collections and is also home to Wynwood Walls, an outdoor mural permanent exhibit featuring some of the worlds most renowned street artists. You’ll be amazed by the size of the paintings on the walls and by the diverse forms of art that is virtually everywhere, in Wynwood.After Wynwood, it’s then time to head north and take you back to your original pick-up point.