Coronavirus in Miami
Due to the spike in the COVID-19 cases and increase in hospitalizations, reopening measures are being rolled back and new emergency orders are being enacted by the city and county: The county-wide curfew has been modified to be from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am until further notice. Masks are mandatory INDOORS and OUTDOORS. Effective July 8 indoor dining at restaurants will close. Concerts, sports and major festivals have been cancelled through July. Zoo Miami, Jungle Island, and the Seaquarium have closed again. Latest update July 8, 2020.
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Coconut Grove Hotels
Coconut Grove hotels are a short 12-minute ride from the Virginia Key and Key Biscayne beaches, 25 minutes to South Beach. Also convenient to the Port of Miami and a free trolley ride away from adjacent Brickell and Downtown. Coconut Grove is a charming area just south of Downtown Miami on the mainland side, packed with waterfront restaurants, sidewalk cafes, chic boutiques, art galleries and a bustling marina, all in a pedestrian and biker-friendly upscale neighborhood with lush vegetation
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Top 10 Art Deco Hotels in Miami and South Beach
Our city is home to the Miami Art Deco District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this is where the largest concentration of Art Deco architecture in the world is found. A stay in one of these gems is quite a treat, specially to architecture and design aficionados. Here are some top picks Art Deco Hotels in Miami and South Beach.
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Miami 4th of July Celebrations 2020
Because of Covid-19 precautions, our usual repertoire of 4th of July events, the picnics, concerts, parades and fireworks may be taking place in a different format or not at all. City of Miami's signature fireworks over Biscayne Bay have been CANCELLED and large gatherings are banned during the holiday weekend and parks and beaches will be closed in Miami-Dade County. Fireworks that will go ahead MUST be watched from homes or parked vehicles. Let's follow the guidelines so we can all enjoy a safe and joyful occasion! Here's what's different this year.
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July 2020 Miami Events, Holidays and Festivals
Front and center this July in Miami are the 4th of July celebrations, even though some events have been cancelled including the City of Miami's fireworks on the bay, many are still on schedule or being held virtually. Beaches, parks, green spaces and beachwalks have reopened and although most sports and concerts have been cancelled or postponed, the city has brought forward a Miami favorite: Miami Spice is on this July. Please adhere to the rules to prevent further spread of Covid-19! This is also Miami Spa Month and don't forget if you are heading out to the beaches, our turtles are nesting.
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Oleta River State Park
Oleta River State Park is a gem tucked in the middle of cosmopolitan Miami and offering a wealth of recreational activities, from swimming on the beaches, canoeing and kayaking, camping and even mountain biking.
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Mountain Biking at Oleta River Park
Mountain biking in Miami? In the middle of the city the several miles of paved and off-road trails at Oleta River are one of the park's main attractions.
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Kayaking at Oleta River
Kayaking at Oleta River State Park is a great and fun way to explore the park's amazing natural habitat and see the native Florida vegetation and wildlife.
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