Miami is a happening city! You can’t deny that the city has so much to offer its visitors. If you want to experience the influence of the Latin community, you can visit several neighborhoods like Little Havana or Coconut Grove. You can find some of the best foodie spots to fulfill all your culinary dreams. Trust me, wherever I go in the world I am eating! Maybe you are a dancing queen; the best thing about Miami is the hottest spot clubs do not close until 4-5 AM. Whatever sparks your interest I promise you can find it in Miami! One district has all the culture feels: bomb foods+ nightlife= Wynwood Art District. If you are active on social media then you have seen or heard of Wynwood. This is one of the most instagrammable spots in the USA. But don’t worry; I am going to show you the best things about Wynwood for your future trip to Miami. Without further ado let’s get into the beginners guide to Wynwood.
Oh did I mention that my round-trip ticket to Miami, FL for 4 days was only $56?!
That should make anybody want to book a trip to the sunshine state.
Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum where murals stretch across walls created by some of the best street artists in Miami. Street art is unique and deserves to be seen as ART. Each canvas has its own distinctive story. Inside of Wynwood Wall gates there are indoor museums that offer more traditional art pieces (i.e. framed pictures and statues). You can easily spend the day hanging out in the faux grass, drinking lemonade, and admiring the artwork.
Eats/Drinks Wynwood Walls the crowds also pour into Wynwood for the diverse food selection and late night/mid-day bar scenes. I was a part of the mid-day drinking scene with a pitcher of white sangria for only $30! That pitcher literally gave me 5 drinks. Hello, wine tipsey-ness my old friend I could never outgrow you! But the food scene has an option for literally every food craving you can think about. Also cheap cocktails! Like the $30 pitcher that came from Wynwood Diner but the other cocktails ranged from $8-$12. Check out some of these budget-friendly < $30 foodie spots.
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Fashion District for all my shopaholics, Wynwood is calling. The fashion district is small slice of fashion week dropped into boutiques in Miami. You can go and look at the latest fashions and creative pieces from upcoming and established designers. Even if you cannot afford the big pieces go buy small accessories or window shop. I got my cute shades for Pitusa for only $10, but I could not afford anything else #brokegirlproblems. But, I enjoyed the creative displays.
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Step outside of Miami Beach and go explore Wynwood because it has so much to offer.
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