The sunny southern city in the sunny state of Florida is the Miami. Extending through about 2,054 square miles of land, Miami is a huge and cosmopolitan city.
The city of Miami is also known for its tall buildings. The city has some of the tallest skyscrapers in Florida. The city also is a very environmentally friendly city of U.S.A and has been classified as “Cleanest City in America” by Forbes magazine. The city of Miami also ranked third in the Richest City in the United States in 2008. The city has the highest density of banks in the U.S.A. The construction industry is also at an all time high in the city.
Also known as the “Gateway to the Americas”, the 15 miles/24 kilometers of beautiful beaches make Miami a little different from other large cities, and is understandably popular with all ages, attracting a wide range of tourists.
For most people who have never taken a trip to Miami, like Sonny Crocket and Ricardo Tubbs in a speedboat chasing some drug dealers. Be your own judge and take a vacation in Miami to find out what this city is really like: a melting pot of cultures, a warm and welcoming city in one of the most beautiful places in the world, a city of great architecture and the perfect base to explore the rich variety of images and sounds in Florida.
But most people think Miami is just a city of fun and games based solely on tourism. Miami is a lot of fun, but it is also a major financial center in the world. Downtown Miami has the largest concentration of International Banks in the United States.
Miami was named a Gamma world city in terms of its economic importance, especially in Latin America. U.S. Southern Command headquarters in Miami, also the National Hurricane Center calls Miami home. Miami also how the highest percentage of residents born in the world. 59% of Miami residents were born outside the U.S.A. This makes it one of the world’s most diverse cities in Miami.
Miami is also known as the capital of Latin America and the Caribbean for economic development, transportation, and cultural reasons. Miami is home to 150+ ethnic groups and 60+ languages.
When you are in Miami, one thing is certain, you will not be bored. There are many activities in Miami to enjoy, like going to museums, hanging out at one of Miami’s many restaurants, cafes and bars, and dance till dawn in a hot nightclub. The restaurants in the Miami area are quite surprising, and at a reasonable price.