City, Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: Yes. Suitable for mature children. This is a four-hour tour so it could be trying for younger children.
You must be able to get in and out of a car or mini-van.
Maximum travelers: 10
English (fluent), Portuguese (fluent), Spanish (fluent)
Enjoy this half-day private tour with a local guide!
Get to know Miami like an insider. We'll take time to drive leisurely around to get to know the city and surroundings, including Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Little Havana and of course, South Beach! We'll take time to stroll along famous Ocean Drive exploring on foot the unique Art Deco Historical District, then we'll continue our drive crossing over Biscayne Bay to the mainland. You will pass through downtown Miami, its Financial District and Coconut Grove. In Coral Gables walk through the magnificent lobby of the historical Biltmore Hotel; swing by the remarkable Venetian Pool and then enjoy a Cuban coffee watching the old-timers playing dominos on Calle Ocho.
South Beach Art Deco and beach stroll, Versace Mansion, Art Deco hotel lobbies, Downtown Miami, Bayside Marketplace, Brickell Avenue and Financial District, Miami City Hall (PanAm's first headquarters), Coconut Grove, Charles Street cemetary, Plymouth Congregational Church, Coral Gables Cartagena Circle, Coral Gables International Villages, Historic Biltmore Hotel, Venetian Pool, Downtown Coral Gables, Miracle Mile shopping street, Little Havana, Calle Ocho, return to Miami Beach. Approximately four hours.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel in Miami or Miami Beach.
End location: Your hotel in Miami or Miami Beach.
Duration: 4 hours
We will be using your own or your rented vehicle.
Regrettably I am not licensed to pick up guests at Port Miami or Port Everglades in my own vehicle.
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What a fabulous morning with Martin. Our tour was customized to our needs and time. Martin made sure we had an opportunity to see Miami, Miami Beach. Coconut Grove and so much more. So much culture and history! Thanks Martin for a great visit.